How To Deal With a Disruptive Player Before They Ruin Your Team’s Culture
The first question to ask yourself is, “Does the player feel dismissed or undervalued by this new culture?” There has to be a reason why they’re acting out, and it could be because they’re feeling sidelined, excluded, or minimized.
How to Help Your Injured Athletes Get Their Motivation and Drive Back
You need to learn to love your comeback more than you hate the setback. Your recovery is your new sport until you’ve healed, so embrace the challenge with the same level of dedication and commitment you usually bring to training and competition.
The Mental Skills that Make Students Classroom Champions
What I hope kids get from our athlete-mentors is that they need to keep grinding. Even looking back at my own career, the pattern was injury, injury, success, failure, failure, success. I would never have achieved anything if I hadn’t persevered." Olympian Steve Mesler
Seeing the Strike Out: How a Pitcher Uses Visualization on the Mound
"The visualization part is huge for me, because the more I can see it and the more I can see myself doing it, the more successful I become. Then I have my best games." Softball pitcher Jordan Dail tells Champion's Mind creator Jim Afremow how she uses mental rehearsal to play her best and win.
Build Mental Toughness On and Off the Field
Using the Champion’s Mind app is one of the first things I do in the morning. I think it benefits me by improving my mental training skills and it helps me to be consistently confident. And most importantly, it helps me to build mental strength just as much as I build physical strength every day.