Do you doubt your self? Do you crack under pressure? Do you fall short of goals? Do you have the drive but need the mind?
Improve your mental game with Great Sports Minds to achieve the success you deserve!
We help athletes and coaches who need guidance on how to uplevel their mental game so they can excel and advance to achieve their highest goals.
I was a Division 1 Basketball Player. I am a Youth Basketball Coach. I am a Certified Mental Game Coach and the CEO of Great Sports Minds LLC.
I work with athletes, coaches and parents to provide training to strengthen their mental game to improve their performance.
Coaching youth basketball teams over the past two seasons has given me the opportunity to weave some of my mental game training into my practices and games.
After many years of coaching, I made two significant changes to my coaching style...
First, at practice, I modified the beginning of practice to ask each player:
“What skill are you focusing on at today’s practice?”
At the end of each practice, I ask each player:
“How was your effort? How did you do on your practice goal today?”
On Saturday, July 28, 2018 @9am, I had the honor of being interviewed by Derek Volk on The Derek Volk Show.
You can listen to the interview here.
It was so great being apart of Derek's Podcast. He's more than a talk show host, he is a respected business man, community supporter and President of Volk Packaging Corporation in Biddeford, Maine. Volk Packaging is actually the only Maine owned and operated corrugated box manufacturer since 1967!
In this Podcast I talk about how I got into Mental Game Coaching and why I went from working in the office to work in helping athletes and coaches train their brain for success in sports. I also talk about what Mental Game Coaching is all about and the steps we go through together when someone reaches out for my Mental Game Coaching services. Mental Game Coaching is for...
I am believer in the power of positive visualization.
It’s a skill, that when properly embraced can build confidence and lead to success in practice, competition and life.
As a collegiate athlete in the 1980’s at the University of Delaware, we were introduced to visualization. I was not very good at it...
I was a sophomore, at a low point in my career… I went from a key contributor my freshman year to limited bench player.
My confidence was low...
Every night when I closed my eyes and tried to visualize my game, my visualization led to disappointment...
In my mind, I would enter the game, have a turnover, hear the buzzer and be pulled out of the game. No one ever checked in with me to ask how it was going and if it was working.
Today, the experiences that my athletes have with visualization are much different.
We teach what to visualize and how to do it. We don’t leave the visualization process to chance.
During the summer of 2016, I...
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