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The Mental Training Zone
Is your MIND your greatest   asset or your greatest        weakness?
Turn it into your greatest asset
with the Mental Training Zone
•   Gain confidence•   Find consistency•   Learn how to deal with Frustration•   Reduce pre-game anxiety•   Have fun playi...
• You mind is like a muscle- it gets stronger  the more you train it• To be successful athletes need both  physical AND me...
You are here at the Zonenot to be good….. but to beGREAT
What does Greatness Require?1.mental skills hard (focus,concentration)2.Mental skills soft (relaxation)3.physical skills (...
Physical skills• Hard work• talent
Mental skills• Hard mental skills• Soft mental skills
• Concentration, focus, mental toughness,  confidence, desire, will, intensity,  concentration
Soft mental skills• Ability to relax• Calmness under pressure• Handle the ups and downs of athletics
That‟s what greatness requires.So now the question remains….
Do you have a desire forgreatness?
Are you putting in the physicalwork and not seeing the results          you want?
Do you have a nagging feelingthat you aren‟t playing to your potential but can‟t figure out             why?
Are you willing to invest timeand energy into mental training  to optimize your potential?
If so, you‟ve come to the right place…..
At Positive Performance mental training zone, we teach elite   athletes the mental skills   necessary for Greatness.
Because just like you train your            bodyYou must also train yourmind
Mental training• Can have a huge impact with less than 10  minutes a day• Will not only improve your performance,  but can...
It‟s time to start training yourmind just as you train your body
Starting with our BAVS mental       training process:
You will develop the• Soft mental skills-alpha zone• Hard mental skills-BRICSNecessary for GREATNESS!
Hard mental skills
Soft mental skills
Key takeaways• Your mind is like a _________- it gets  stronger the more you train it.
• Your mind is like a _________- it gets  stronger the more you train it
• There are two types of mental skills  needed for success: ________mental  skills and ________mental skills•
Congratulations on completing             Unit 2You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
Unit 3: Personal Vision
• What do you want?• And• Why haven‟t you achieved it yet?
Fear“If you knew you could not fail, if successwere guaranteed, what would you work for?”
It‟s impossible (for me)“Most of life’s failures are the people who  didn’t realize how close they were to success when th...
Other people‟s wants• Society• Friends• family
• But what do you want?
Where do you see your life in 1           year?
Now fill in the details of that                  vision•   Who is there with you?•   Where are you?•   How does it feel?• ...
Personal vision• Fill in the details• Gives yourself barometer• It‟s more real when you can „see‟ it
Key takeaways• Your personal vision is based on what  (you, your parents, your friends) want.
• To be successful, your goals and visions  must be filled in with (details, extra work,  potential roadblocks)
• Goals are easier to achieve when you are  driven (internally, externally) to get them.
Congratulations on completing             Unit 3You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
Unit 4The MIND
Your mind is Powerful• It can assist you in being successful• Or it can ensure that you fail
• Thumbs up exercise video
KEY TAKEAWAYS• The mind is (powerful, weak, just  average).
• (visualization, breathing, affirmations) can  help us by preparing our mind for success  with a picture.
• Mind training is like anything else, you  (improve, get worse, stay the same) over  time.
• *The mind is powerful!• *The mind can be programmed for  success.• *Visualizing expectations makes it easier  to achieve...
Congratulations on completing             Unit 4You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
UNIT 5: THE MIND cont….• What does the thumbs up exercise teach  us about our sport?
• Clutch exercise video photos etc.
• How many times were you successful?
Every time?• Congratulations- you can use that power  to optimize every aspect of your life
If you weren‟t successful every  time, that‟s okay. Here at the    zone you‟ll learn why you weren‟t, how your mind works ...
Why would we ever visualize     being unsuccessful?• We have complete control over our mind• If we can do something correc...
Our self image• Contains a picture, a blue print for our life  at what we are good at and what we aren‟t  good at.• We can...
Congratulations on completing             Unit 5You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
UNIT 6• The subconscious
• The subconscious brain is the most  powerful component to your success
The Mind
Conscious• Your senses, your reality, brings in  information, judges, thinks logically,  understands verbal language, uses...
Subconscious• Contains your ideas about about who you  are on the inside: your self-image.• · It communicates in pictures ...
• Is great at tasks that you have practiced  and can now do automatically: riding a  bike, driving, playing your sport.• ·...
Critical factor• Is the go-between for the conscious and  subconscious.• · Ensures that the conscious and  subconscious ag...
• Story about taylor and free throws audio
• 1st- (Conscious brain): collects the  information about the situation.(a game  winning free throw)
•       2nd- (Subconscious) The information is    bounced down to the subconscious in    milliseconds to his memory. Taylo...
•      3rd-(Subconscious) Evaluation: Taylors    brain asks “Am I good at this?” (i.e what is    my self-image) Answer: no...
• 4th-(Critical Factor) When the information  about Taylor‟s self-image came back, his  critical factor works to make sure...
Performance Process• (C) Current situation:  game winning.• (SC) Memory: have I  seen this before?• (SC) Evaluation: am I ...
Attributes• The SC is dominant• The CF want you to act like YOU• The CF makes sure SC & C match up• The SC beliefs are not...
• Trying and wanting and working for  something is NOT enoughBecause…..
• The subconscious wants what it wants: for  your current self image to stay the same,  regardless of what your conscious ...
The great news• Is that with the zone training, your  subconscious self-image can be  programmed for success!
• The subconscious is very slow to change.• T or F – The subconscious doesn‟t  understand verbal commands.
Key Takeaways• T/F• T or F – The conscious almost always  wins out over the subconscious brain.• T or F – Your subconsciou...
Congratulations on completing             Unit 6You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
UNIT 7: Belief in your purposeThis causes a strength or mental toughnessthat is internal and personal.
• When everything else is taken away:  money, ego, success…. What is it that you  believe in? What higher purpose do you  ...
• Great athletes have a strong belief in  purpose
What do you believe in?•   Family is first•   Working hard is important•   I sacrifice for the team•    myself when no one...
• One way to ensure your believe in your  purpose is to ignite your passion,  love,positive energy. If you don‟t have that...
Passionate purpose• Audio repeat• worksheet
Congratulations on completing             Unit 7You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
UNIT 8: bRics• Resilience
• Ability to weather the ups and downs of  athletics• Toughness to get back up and fight after  being knocked down
• All successful people have had to  overcome obstacles• Every single one of them
Michael jordan commercial• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45mMio  J5szc&noredirect=1
resilience• Not based on talent• Not based on skill• Not based on intelligence
• It‟s a decision
A decision to not allow quitting        to be an option
It isn‟t easier for other people                because•   Of smarts•   Of money•   Of beauty•   Of height, athletic abili...
• The only thing resilient people have in  common is this:• The decided to keep going
• Resilience worksheet
How can you use this           information• Replay using visualization the times in  your life you were resilient
Key takeaways• Success isn‟t (easy, difficult, special) for  anyone, it always required resilience.
• You‟ve shown (resilience, stubbornness,  anger) before, so you can do it again.
• Resilience is a (decision, genetic trait,  easy for some)
Congratulations on completing             Unit 8You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
UNIT 9: brIcs• Internal Motivation
• Every great athlete is internally motivated
Best way to develop internal         motivation?• Figure out what you truly want by turning  your personal vision into ach...
Personal visions•   What we see in our future•   General or specific•   Achieved by accomplishing goals•   Realistic or a ...
Goals• Specific• Measurable• Can stand alone or be part of a personal  vision• Long term is made up of short term goals
Vision to goals• Worksheet
KEY TAKEAWAYS• Visions can be general and more dream  like
• Goals are specific and measurable (you  know if you accomplished them or not)
• Visions and goals will help you be  internally motivated every day
UNIT 10: briCs• Control
Think of all the things in your sport that get in your way offocusing on your best game:
•   Referees•   Coaches•   Teammates•   Opponents•   Parents•   Friends•   media
•   Playing time•   Mistakes•   Bad plays•   Injuries
• Think of how much energy you spend on  those things: frustration, anger,  concentration
• There are distractions all around you in  athletics.
• Great athletes learn to control what they  can control
• And let go of the rest
• They also use that extra energy (that used  to be wasted on things they couldn‟t  control) on the things they can contro...
•   Effort•   Attitude•   Focus•   Working hard•   Communication•   Proper preparation
• Great athletes spend their energy on what  they can control…. They let go of the rest.
• Control worksheet
Congratulations on completing             Unit 9You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
Congratulations on completing            Unit 10You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
UNIT 11:bricS• Self-Belief
• Different than confidence in that it isn‟t  contigent on your abilities in one area.
Self belief is:• Believing in yourself and your abilities,  judgment, and potential• ·   Being aware of your strengths,  w...
• never holding back, always facing your  fears, freedom from self-doubt• ·   The courage to give everything you  have -“P...
Self belief is NOT:•     How many points you scored or how  fast or strong you are.• Your awards or accolades.Where you ar...
Self belief is developed…• Through the Zone Training• Self discovery/self awareness• ·     Taking actions to: face your fe...
• Confidence generates more confidence  (fake it till you make it)• ·   Hard work• Purposeful actions and goals
• Confidence is a result of working on your  self belief: a strong belief that regardless  of what situation you are in, y...
KEY TAKEAWAYS• Self belief is based on (looks, money, hard  work)
• (money, fame, confidence) is a result of  developing self-belief
• Self belief is the strong conviction that no  matter what you can (fail, figure it out, quit)
• You have now been trained in our  exclusive BRICS training. You‟ve learned  about….
Brics• The importance of believing in a purpose
bRics• How resilience is developed.
brIcs• How to use your vision and goals to  internally motivate yourself
briCs• The ways to focus on what you can control  and let go of the things you cannot control.
bricS• How to develop self belief so you have  confidence in all areas of your life.
Congratulations on completing      our BRICS trainingYou‟ve received 10 points for this unit and15 for completing BRICS tr...
UNIT 12: Timeline
• The fastest way to find success is to have  a plan
• Our timeline is our plan, made up of our  vision and goals
Vision• They are what we see in the future. They  can be specific goals (I want to be an All-  American) or they can be ge...
Goals• They are specific and measurable. (ie. I  want to shoot 50% from the field)• They can stand alone or be combined wi...
Timeline• Fill out worksheet
Congratulations on completing            Unit 12You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with ot...
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Self-Talk• Self talk leads to…  SC Self-image which determines….  Individual performance• The SC is like a computer
Self -Hypnosis• Makes positive imprints on your  subconscious self-image (BRICS)• Allows you to get into „Alpha Zone‟ more...
Breathing•   Close your eyes•   Breathe deeply•   6 seconds in, 6 seconds out•   Gets you in alpha zone
Six Principles for Affirmations•   First person•   Present tense•   Positive•   Emotional•   Realistic for you•   *Confide...
Visualization•   Real vs. imaginary•   Change self-image•   Expand comfort zone•   Create expectations
Mental Performance Training• BRICS• ALPHA ZONE• GOALS
Thank Youwww.PositivePerformanceConsulting.com
Key Points
Your mind cares more about sanity   than it does about success
You have control overprogramming your subconscious
We subconsciously attract or avoid           success
Your mind is far more powerful      than you believe
We have to act and behave    according to how we see ourselves; change how you seeyourself….. And your life changes.
• Please keep in touch by adding us on  Facebook, Twitter.• Sign up for our free mental toughness  newsletter at  www.myme...
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    1. 1. The Mental Training Zone
    2. 2. Is your MIND your greatest asset or your greatest weakness?
    3. 3. Turn it into your greatest asset
    4. 4. with the Mental Training Zone
    5. 5. • Gain confidence• Find consistency• Learn how to deal with Frustration• Reduce pre-game anxiety• Have fun playing your sport!
    6. 6. • You mind is like a muscle- it gets stronger the more you train it• To be successful athletes need both physical AND mental training• There are two types of mental skills needed for success: hard and soft
    7. 7. You are here at the Zonenot to be good….. but to beGREAT
    8. 8. What does Greatness Require?1.mental skills hard (focus,concentration)2.Mental skills soft (relaxation)3.physical skills (talent, hard work)
    9. 9. Physical skills• Hard work• talent
    10. 10. Mental skills• Hard mental skills• Soft mental skills
    11. 11. • Concentration, focus, mental toughness, confidence, desire, will, intensity, concentration
    12. 12. Soft mental skills• Ability to relax• Calmness under pressure• Handle the ups and downs of athletics
    13. 13. That‟s what greatness requires.So now the question remains….
    14. 14. Do you have a desire forgreatness?
    15. 15. Are you putting in the physicalwork and not seeing the results you want?
    16. 16. Do you have a nagging feelingthat you aren‟t playing to your potential but can‟t figure out why?
    17. 17. Are you willing to invest timeand energy into mental training to optimize your potential?
    18. 18. If so, you‟ve come to the right place…..
    19. 19. At Positive Performance mental training zone, we teach elite athletes the mental skills necessary for Greatness.
    20. 20. Because just like you train your bodyYou must also train yourmind
    21. 21. Mental training• Can have a huge impact with less than 10 minutes a day• Will not only improve your performance, but can positively impact the rest of your life
    22. 22. It‟s time to start training yourmind just as you train your body
    23. 23. Starting with our BAVS mental training process:
    24. 24. You will develop the• Soft mental skills-alpha zone• Hard mental skills-BRICSNecessary for GREATNESS!
    25. 25. Hard mental skills
    26. 26. Soft mental skills
    27. 27. Key takeaways• Your mind is like a _________- it gets stronger the more you train it.
    28. 28. • Your mind is like a _________- it gets stronger the more you train it
    29. 29. • There are two types of mental skills needed for success: ________mental skills and ________mental skills•
    30. 30. Congratulations on completing Unit 2You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    31. 31. Unit 3: Personal Vision
    32. 32. • What do you want?• And• Why haven‟t you achieved it yet?
    33. 33. Fear“If you knew you could not fail, if successwere guaranteed, what would you work for?”
    34. 34. It‟s impossible (for me)“Most of life’s failures are the people who didn’t realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” -Thomas Edison
    35. 35. Other people‟s wants• Society• Friends• family
    36. 36. • But what do you want?
    37. 37. Where do you see your life in 1 year?
    38. 38. Now fill in the details of that vision• Who is there with you?• Where are you?• How does it feel?• Why is this important to you?
    39. 39. Personal vision• Fill in the details• Gives yourself barometer• It‟s more real when you can „see‟ it
    40. 40. Key takeaways• Your personal vision is based on what (you, your parents, your friends) want.
    41. 41. • To be successful, your goals and visions must be filled in with (details, extra work, potential roadblocks)
    42. 42. • Goals are easier to achieve when you are driven (internally, externally) to get them.
    43. 43. Congratulations on completing Unit 3You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    44. 44. Unit 4The MIND
    45. 45. Your mind is Powerful• It can assist you in being successful• Or it can ensure that you fail
    46. 46. • Thumbs up exercise video
    47. 47. KEY TAKEAWAYS• The mind is (powerful, weak, just average).
    48. 48. • (visualization, breathing, affirmations) can help us by preparing our mind for success with a picture.
    49. 49. • Mind training is like anything else, you (improve, get worse, stay the same) over time.
    50. 50. • *The mind is powerful!• *The mind can be programmed for success.• *Visualizing expectations makes it easier to achieve them physically.• *The mind limits us initially unless we learn how to use it to our advantage.
    51. 51. Congratulations on completing Unit 4You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    52. 52. UNIT 5: THE MIND cont….• What does the thumbs up exercise teach us about our sport?
    53. 53. • Clutch exercise video photos etc.
    54. 54. • How many times were you successful?
    55. 55. Every time?• Congratulations- you can use that power to optimize every aspect of your life
    56. 56. If you weren‟t successful every time, that‟s okay. Here at the zone you‟ll learn why you weren‟t, how your mind works and what to do about it to improve.
    57. 57. Why would we ever visualize being unsuccessful?• We have complete control over our mind• If we can do something correct one time, physically we should be able to visualize doing it correctly 10 times, 100 times, 1000 times in a row.
    58. 58. Our self image• Contains a picture, a blue print for our life at what we are good at and what we aren‟t good at.• We can‟t consistently perform above or beyond our self-image.
    59. 59. Congratulations on completing Unit 5You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    60. 60. UNIT 6• The subconscious
    61. 61. • The subconscious brain is the most powerful component to your success
    62. 62. The Mind
    63. 63. Conscious• Your senses, your reality, brings in information, judges, thinks logically, understands verbal language, uses your full attention
    64. 64. Subconscious• Contains your ideas about about who you are on the inside: your self-image.• · It communicates in pictures or visuals• · It doesn‟t understand verbal language very well.• ·
    65. 65. • Is great at tasks that you have practiced and can now do automatically: riding a bike, driving, playing your sport.• · It is not logical; it doesn‟t argue or weigh the pros and cons.• · Its really good at doing the tasks it knows• · It doesn‟t like changes.• · It wants to be correct all the time.
    66. 66. Critical factor• Is the go-between for the conscious and subconscious.• · Ensures that the conscious and subconscious agree and „see‟ the same thing.• · Sides with the subconscious to ensure subconscious‟ self image is correct.
    67. 67. • Story about taylor and free throws audio
    68. 68. • 1st- (Conscious brain): collects the information about the situation.(a game winning free throw)
    69. 69. • 2nd- (Subconscious) The information is bounced down to the subconscious in milliseconds to his memory. Taylors brain asks his subconscious “have I seen this before?” Answer: yes.
    70. 70. • 3rd-(Subconscious) Evaluation: Taylors brain asks “Am I good at this?” (i.e what is my self-image) Answer: no, I failed before.
    71. 71. • 4th-(Critical Factor) When the information about Taylor‟s self-image came back, his critical factor works to make sure the Subconscious is correct: that his Performance reality matched up with his subconscious self-image.
    72. 72. Performance Process• (C) Current situation: game winning.• (SC) Memory: have I seen this before?• (SC) Evaluation: am I good at this?• (CF) Performance: reality must match up with self-image.
    73. 73. Attributes• The SC is dominant• The CF want you to act like YOU• The CF makes sure SC & C match up• The SC beliefs are not always accurate• The SC beliefs are based on the past not on potential• Changing SC self image is possible
    74. 74. • Trying and wanting and working for something is NOT enoughBecause…..
    75. 75. • The subconscious wants what it wants: for your current self image to stay the same, regardless of what your conscious brain wants, says or does.
    76. 76. The great news• Is that with the zone training, your subconscious self-image can be programmed for success!
    77. 77. • The subconscious is very slow to change.• T or F – The subconscious doesn‟t understand verbal commands.
    78. 78. Key Takeaways• T/F• T or F – The conscious almost always wins out over the subconscious brain.• T or F – Your subconscious doesn‟t want what is best for you; it wants what it has had in the past.• T or F – Your subconscious beliefs have very little to do with your potential.
    79. 79. Congratulations on completing Unit 6You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    80. 80. UNIT 7: Belief in your purposeThis causes a strength or mental toughnessthat is internal and personal.
    81. 81. • When everything else is taken away: money, ego, success…. What is it that you believe in? What higher purpose do you have? What is the thing bigger than you that you believe in?
    82. 82. • Great athletes have a strong belief in purpose
    83. 83. What do you believe in?• Family is first• Working hard is important• I sacrifice for the team• myself when no one else does• Independent of accolades, results, other people, media
    84. 84. • One way to ensure your believe in your purpose is to ignite your passion, love,positive energy. If you don‟t have that about your sport (or any other part of your life) its difficult to go very far.
    85. 85. Passionate purpose• Audio repeat• worksheet
    86. 86. Congratulations on completing Unit 7You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    87. 87. UNIT 8: bRics• Resilience
    88. 88. • Ability to weather the ups and downs of athletics• Toughness to get back up and fight after being knocked down
    89. 89. • All successful people have had to overcome obstacles• Every single one of them
    90. 90. Michael jordan commercial• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=45mMio J5szc&noredirect=1
    91. 91. resilience• Not based on talent• Not based on skill• Not based on intelligence
    92. 92. • It‟s a decision
    93. 93. A decision to not allow quitting to be an option
    94. 94. It isn‟t easier for other people because• Of smarts• Of money• Of beauty• Of height, athletic ability, strength
    95. 95. • The only thing resilient people have in common is this:• The decided to keep going
    96. 96. • Resilience worksheet
    97. 97. How can you use this information• Replay using visualization the times in your life you were resilient
    98. 98. Key takeaways• Success isn‟t (easy, difficult, special) for anyone, it always required resilience.
    99. 99. • You‟ve shown (resilience, stubbornness, anger) before, so you can do it again.
    100. 100. • Resilience is a (decision, genetic trait, easy for some)
    101. 101. Congratulations on completing Unit 8You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    102. 102. UNIT 9: brIcs• Internal Motivation
    103. 103. • Every great athlete is internally motivated
    104. 104. Best way to develop internal motivation?• Figure out what you truly want by turning your personal vision into achievable goals.
    105. 105. Personal visions• What we see in our future• General or specific• Achieved by accomplishing goals• Realistic or a bit of a stretch
    106. 106. Goals• Specific• Measurable• Can stand alone or be part of a personal vision• Long term is made up of short term goals
    107. 107. Vision to goals• Worksheet
    108. 108. KEY TAKEAWAYS• Visions can be general and more dream like
    109. 109. • Goals are specific and measurable (you know if you accomplished them or not)
    110. 110. • Visions and goals will help you be internally motivated every day
    111. 111. UNIT 10: briCs• Control
    112. 112. Think of all the things in your sport that get in your way offocusing on your best game:
    113. 113. • Referees• Coaches• Teammates• Opponents• Parents• Friends• media
    114. 114. • Playing time• Mistakes• Bad plays• Injuries
    115. 115. • Think of how much energy you spend on those things: frustration, anger, concentration
    116. 116. • There are distractions all around you in athletics.
    117. 117. • Great athletes learn to control what they can control
    118. 118. • And let go of the rest
    119. 119. • They also use that extra energy (that used to be wasted on things they couldn‟t control) on the things they can control….
    120. 120. • Effort• Attitude• Focus• Working hard• Communication• Proper preparation
    121. 121. • Great athletes spend their energy on what they can control…. They let go of the rest.
    122. 122. • Control worksheet
    123. 123. Congratulations on completing Unit 9You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    124. 124. Congratulations on completing Unit 10You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    125. 125. UNIT 11:bricS• Self-Belief
    126. 126. • Different than confidence in that it isn‟t contigent on your abilities in one area.
    127. 127. Self belief is:• Believing in yourself and your abilities, judgment, and potential• · Being aware of your strengths, weaknesses• · Trusting yourself to make good decisions.• · Trusting that even when things don‟t go well, or mistakes are made, that you can find success again.
    128. 128. • never holding back, always facing your fears, freedom from self-doubt• · The courage to give everything you have -“Play so hard to win, that it hurts so bad to lose.”• Overcoming challenges and maintaining a calm ability to problem solve.
    129. 129. Self belief is NOT:• How many points you scored or how fast or strong you are.• Your awards or accolades.Where you are from.• · Based on looks/popularity.• · Based on your good looking boyfriend/girlfriend/friends.Based on race, creed, sexual orientation, gender, etc.
    130. 130. Self belief is developed…• Through the Zone Training• Self discovery/self awareness• · Taking actions to: face your fears, push past your comfort zones, overcome your limitations, confirm your skills and abilities
    131. 131. • Confidence generates more confidence (fake it till you make it)• · Hard work• Purposeful actions and goals
    132. 132. • Confidence is a result of working on your self belief: a strong belief that regardless of what situation you are in, you will rise to the occasion
    133. 133. KEY TAKEAWAYS• Self belief is based on (looks, money, hard work)
    134. 134. • (money, fame, confidence) is a result of developing self-belief
    135. 135. • Self belief is the strong conviction that no matter what you can (fail, figure it out, quit)
    136. 136. • You have now been trained in our exclusive BRICS training. You‟ve learned about….
    137. 137. Brics• The importance of believing in a purpose
    138. 138. bRics• How resilience is developed.
    139. 139. brIcs• How to use your vision and goals to internally motivate yourself
    140. 140. briCs• The ways to focus on what you can control and let go of the things you cannot control.
    141. 141. bricS• How to develop self belief so you have confidence in all areas of your life.
    142. 142. Congratulations on completing our BRICS trainingYou‟ve received 10 points for this unit and15 for completing BRICS trainingTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    143. 143. UNIT 12: Timeline
    144. 144. • The fastest way to find success is to have a plan
    145. 145. • Our timeline is our plan, made up of our vision and goals
    146. 146. Vision• They are what we see in the future. They can be specific goals (I want to be an All- American) or they can be general (I want a good career). They can also be dreams, things that we maybe unwilling or unsure about working towards but may become specific goals in the future (i.e. I want to play professionally/I want to coach). The pathway to visions is made up of goals.
    147. 147. Goals• They are specific and measurable. (ie. I want to shoot 50% from the field)• They can stand alone or be combined with a vision.• The pathway to achieving goals are smaller, more achievable goals. (i.e. I will shoot 500 shots a da
    148. 148. Timeline• Fill out worksheet
    149. 149. Congratulations on completing Unit 12You‟ve received 10 pointsTo earn more points remember to:• Connect with other athletes on our forums and chat rooms.• Share your completion of units on social media.
    150. 150. • STOPPPPPPPPPPPP
    151. 151. Self-Talk• Self talk leads to… SC Self-image which determines…. Individual performance• The SC is like a computer
    152. 152. Self -Hypnosis• Makes positive imprints on your subconscious self-image (BRICS)• Allows you to get into „Alpha Zone‟ more easily
    153. 153. Breathing• Close your eyes• Breathe deeply• 6 seconds in, 6 seconds out• Gets you in alpha zone
    154. 154. Six Principles for Affirmations• First person• Present tense• Positive• Emotional• Realistic for you• *Confidential
    155. 155. Visualization• Real vs. imaginary• Change self-image• Expand comfort zone• Create expectations
    156. 156. Mental Performance Training• BRICS• ALPHA ZONE• GOALS
    157. 157. Thank Youwww.PositivePerformanceConsulting.com
    158. 158. Key Points
    159. 159. Your mind cares more about sanity than it does about success
    160. 160. You have control overprogramming your subconscious
    161. 161. We subconsciously attract or avoid success
    162. 162. Your mind is far more powerful than you believe
    163. 163. We have to act and behave according to how we see ourselves; change how you seeyourself….. And your life changes.
    164. 164. • Please keep in touch by adding us on Facebook, Twitter.• Sign up for our free mental toughness newsletter at www.mymentaltoughness.com• Please fill out our online Survey
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