Why do you practice long hours, put in time at the gym, run stairs on the weekends, go back to school, apply for that internship, or work overtime at the office? Oftentimes, you do it because you believe that it will all pay off.
You believe that it will earn you the result you really want.
Being greedy for results can be a good thing. It can keep your goals high, give you energy, and act as motivation when you’re approaching burnout. That little girl who says she’ll play in the WNBA someday might just make it because she has her eye on the prize, she’s greedy for results.
But being greedy for results is not always a good thing. When it goes too far, it can result in self-destruction.
In this video, I’ll talk about:
This 5-minute video will help you- not only in your coaching, but also in the rest of your life.
The Coaches Cheat Sheet includes elements of visualization, positive self-talk, breathing, and mindfulness.
This is simple enough to be a great starting point for coaches who want to begin mental training their team, and robust enough to be a great addition to any existing mental training program.