I signed up for an 8 week Improv class last week. Not because I wanted to but because I DID NOT WANT TO.
In the Mindset Coach Academy we are Running Towards Failure this week. Which means we are doing something that scares the s*** out of us. Something we are not good at yet. Something where we will stumble and be uncomfortable and fail and grow.
And I DO what I teach. So, I’m right there with my students, running towards failure. I have to be…. No, I GET to be an example of what is possible. So, I went first. And I signed up for an Improv class.
Much like playing, I know speaking and communication often comes down to practice/preparation and then BEING in the moment, trusting yourself, being totally vulnerable and going for it.
I felt that so much on the court as a player and it was the BEST feeling. But it takes guts to really trust yourself and to really leave it all out on the court. And I feel that way about speaking and selling and just...
Life. IS. CRAZY. With kids, a business, a house, and a hubby- It's complete chaos in my life most of the time.
But even in all the chaos, I keep life moving forward and manage to get things done. And I've learned a TON about how to do that better and better.
So whether you are running a business, a household, a team or all of them, this is how I do it. And while I truly believe, we all have to find our OWN way, I have found it helpful to learn what works for others, even if it just helps me back to what I know I should be doing in the first place:) And yes, for me it all starts with MINDSET... and some time management mixed in).
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Last week, I shared a Facebook live where I taught my method for evoking real and lasting change. Above, you’ll find the video and below a summary of this Facebook Live training. If you’re a coach and want access to more resources like this, we have a special group for you called Positive Performance Training for Coaches, and if you’re interested in becoming a mental training coach, join our group, The Mental Training Coach and Entrepreneur Community.
You can also watch the video here in the facebook group and read the synopsis below.
How much change can you really evoke in an athlete if they’re not ready to change?
The first step to evoking real and lasting change in your athlete is to find out if your athlete wants to change. This might seem like an obvious question, but it’s very critical. As a coach, you see your athlete’s potential, know that they can change, and want to help get...
Welcome to Day 2 of #MT30! If you haven't yet, seen it, Day 1: How to use music to compete like a champ can be found here. Now for today's tip...
One of the most difficult parts of journaling is staying honest with yourself which is why I've found it super helpful to have rules when I journal or when I have my clients do it. When you free write without any rules, you run the risk of editing your work as you write, defeating the purpose entirely. The point of journaling is to get your raw feelings out on paper, not to be 'correct' or to work on your writing style, punctuation etc.
In the following video and subsequent article, I lay out my 4 rules that have taken my journaling to 'ehhh' (and not that helpful) to creating goals, visions, and insight that just flat out weren't happening before. Plus, with these new rules, I feel so much more motivated to journal because I KNOW it's a great use of my time.
Here are a few tips for staying honest while journaling. You can use...