Build Confidence In Your Youth Sports Athlete

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Mental Toughness Academy has developed a simple, quick 3 step process to build self confidence in your youth athletes.

You will learn strategies to get them into a peak performance state anytime and anywhere!

At a minimum, you can expect this webinar to significantly boost your athlete's performance and lower their performance anxiety.

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  • Build Confidence In Your Youth Sports Athlete

    1. 1. H i , I m C ra i gSigl, the MentalTo u g h n e s sTrainer.I ’m s o g la dyou’re here!
    2. 2. I know how busy you are as parentsof yo uth athlete s, so I havedeveloped a simple, quick 3-STEPPROCESS that will immediately buildself confidence in your child. 
    3. 3. By the end of this webinar, you willlearn strategies to get them into apowerful, peak performance stateanytime and anywhere they want it!    
    4. 4. At a minimum, you can expect thiswebinar to significantly boost yourathlete’s confidence and lower theirperformance anxiety.
    5. 5. I u n d e r s ta n d t h epressure kids are underthese days. Everythingis so much morecompetitive at youngerand younger ages ando u r k i d s h ave tocompete against kidsfrom all over the world.
    6. 6. Not only for colleges c h o la r s h i p s a n d i nprofessional sports, butfor their future careersand jobs…and it seemsto be getting tougherevery year with no endin sight.
    7. 7. For every kid coming outof college in the U.S.,there are 10 more fromother countries, who willwork for less.
    8. 8. Our kid’s self-esteemgets destroyed by toughcoaches, worrying abouttheir mistakes, lossesand having roughd e a li n g s w it h ot h e rplayers.
    9. 9. You probably don’t have the time tohelp them by reading a book onmental toughness or spending big $$$on a sports psychologist, but theseissues will hold your child back.All coaches agree an athlete’s mentalstate and confidence is as importantto their game as physical skills.
    10. 10. You are going to save your childmonths of wasted hard work inpractice and training by developingreal mental toughness. The 3 simplesteps I am going to teach you herewill help get your athlete pastanything that could hold them back.
    11. 11. These 3 Steps will getthem to the next levelin both their sport andtheir life. You are goingto be blown away!How does that sound?
    12. 12. What I am offering here isnt therah-rah, go-get-um type of traininga lot of sports psychologists andperformance coaches teach that lastsfor only a short time...The skills and tools you will learnright here will change your athletes’outlook on life forever!
    13. 13. What is unique about TheMental Toughness Academyis our entire focus isdirected toward teens andpre-teens an d thetrainings are specificallydesigned for them.
    14. 14. The big problem in youth sports isthat a lot of coaching and mentalgame advice is for adult athletes.That advice actually HURTS youthathlete’s performances!Yes, you heard me right, hurts theirperformance.
    15. 15. Stay with me hereand you will getthe correct advicethat is tailored toyouth athletes andbuilds real mentaltoughness.
    16. 16. Let me tell you what my definition ofMental Toughness is:
    17. 17. Let me tell you what my definition ofMental Toughness is: FOCUSED
    18. 18. Let me tell you what my definition ofMental Toughness is: FOCUSED CONFIDENT
    19. 19. Let me tell you what my definition ofMental Toughness is: FOCUSED CONFIDENT DETERMINED
    20. 20. RESILIENT
    21. 21. RESILIENTESPECIALLY UNDER PRESSURE
    22. 22. RESILIENTESPECIALLY UNDER PRESSUREThese are important life skills thatonly truly get developed from theinside out.
    23. 23. Wo u l d n’t yo u h a v eloved to learn successan d emp o we r m entprinciples when youwere a teen?Think of how your lifewould have beendifferent today...
    24. 24. Here’s the bottom line. To achievepeak performances, athletes need to:
    25. 25. Here’s the bottom line. To achievepeak performances, athletes need to:1. CREATE A PEAK PERFORMANCE STATE
    26. 26. Here’s the bottom line. To achievepeak performances, athletes need to:1. CREATE A PEAK PERFORMANCE STATE This simply means an athlete’s body is completely ready to perform.
    27. 27. This means eliminating nervousness,tension, tightness or the opposite...beingsluggish, lethargic or just plain slow.
    28. 28. 2. GET CONTROL OF THEIR THOUGHTS
    29. 29. 2. GET CONTROL OF THEIR THOUGHTSA ll c h a m p i o n s le ar n thisf u n d a m e n ta l s k i l l.
    30. 30. Athletes must eliminate destructivethinking...
    31. 31. Athletes must eliminate destructivethinking...comparing themselves to the competition
    32. 32. Athletes must eliminate destructivethinking...comparing themselves to the competitiondoubting their game plan
    33. 33. Athletes must eliminate destructivethinking...comparing themselves to the competitiondoubting their game planbeating themselves up after a mistake
    34. 34. Athletes must eliminate destructivethinking...comparing themselves to the competitiondoubting their game planbeating themselves up after a mistakeperfectionism
    35. 35. Athletes must eliminate destructivethinking...comparing themselves to the competitiondoubting their game planbeating themselves up after a mistakeperfectionismnegative self talk
    36. 36. 3. LEARN TO MASTER THE PRESSURE
    37. 37. 3. LEARN TO MASTER THE PRESSUREThey do this by learning to deal withtheir difficult emotions like fear andanxiety.
    38. 38. Before we start, let me quickly tellyou about my own journey into mentaltoughness…
    39. 39. Heres a picture of me when I was inlittle league.As youca n s e e,Im thes m a l le s ton theteam.
    40. 40. In fact, I was the smallest player formy age in the entire league. I led theleague in walks, because pitcherscouldn’t find my strike zone, it was sosmall!In high school, I was the shortest guyin the entire 4000-student school upthrough my junior year.
    41. 41. During those years of competing, Iwas able to keep up with far biggerand faster opponents by using mysmarts and honing my mental game.Unfortunately, even though I learnedsome mental toughness skills in thoseyears, I still carried into adulthoodsome mental baggage about beingsmall.
    42. 42. I remember, very clearly, how thebaggage I carried hurt my abilities tomanage the $50 million operation I wasre spo nsible fo r at aFortune 500 company. Ih a d j u st e ar n e d a naward for best in thedistrict, the first ever forour station...
    43. 43. I was charged with making a majorc h a n g e t o o u r o p e rat i o n a n dcommunicating it to my employees. I knewthey werent going to like the changeone bit. So as I stood up there andpresented the “bad news”, I couldfeel tho se sam e gut-wrench in gfeelings of being small all over again.
    44. 44. The mental garbage an d beliefsformed playing sports as a teen, hurtmy ability to lead as an adult. Thinkabout it.What m ental bag gag e have yo uc a r r i e d f r o m y o u r y o ut h i n toadulthood?I urge you...Do not let this happen toyour child!
    45. 45. Today, since I was able to destroythose mental blocks,I now run my ownsho w. I lo vespeaking in front ofaudiences and haveeven been on NBCTV for my workwith youth athletes.
    46. 46. Im a book author been on , “Can a golfer play better without practice? Thats the question we asked “What you have heard about me is true. I don’t practice.” several of our Top 100 Teachers, and their answer was a resounding ‘Yes!’ ” !"#$%&()!!!"#*$%&#(#)(*+,#-(.,#/(01#23(,+#*45(.#6,$343+7### Bruce Lietzke, 20 wins on PGA and Champions Tour (2005, Links Letter) Golf Magazine, March 2004 p. 105 “It’s time to set a clear intention that you are !"#$%&() interested in lower scores and that you are going to do everything in your power to allow &&&&+,&*$-.&/0&102#"&304"&5067&890"# that to happen-now aren’t you?” 8,$49#2490:#;5+#<=4>6,$343+#?@A+, &&&&&&*:/;04/&<"$9/:9#) “Five minutes in an easy chair, mentally rehearsing the Morrisson Keys which afford you a successful swing, will improve your game more than weeks of hip-swiveling on the practice ground with a blank mind.” Alex J. Morrisson (golf instructor to Jack Grout, Henry Pickard, Bob Hope and Bing Crosby from the book “Better Golf Without Practice” numerous radio shows and featured in major newspapers. “The effectiveness of mental practice (MP, i.e., the imagination of performing a motor skill without overt movement) has been well documented.” Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport (Sept. 1995)cover design: starlogicsystems.com printed in USAIve got a client database of over 3000professional an d youth athletesworldwide in 26 countries and today... I THINK BIG!
    47. 47. Some of you may bedealing with a childwho performsbeautifully in practiceand training, but atgame time freezes up.They can’t bring theirpractice game to thebig event.
    48. 48. Or are they dealing with performanceanxiety? I’ve worked with many kidswho physically shake, cry or throwup, they are so nervous.Or maybe they justplay tim i dly an dlack aggressiveness?
    49. 49. These issues limit your athlete’s abilityto play their best, when it reallymatters...in competition!Helping young athletes get rid of theseproblems is my passion.I’m going to give you some strategiesand tools to deal with these issuesright now!
    50. 50. You are now goingto learn some of thetools I use to takeyouth athletes froma state of total fearto w i n n i n g statechampionships.Are you ready?
    51. 51. CONCEPT #1 Create A Powerful State
    52. 52. CONCEPT #1 Create A Powerful StateWhat does that mean? It meansusing your mind to create feelingpowerful, confident and in control.
    53. 53. It’s much more than just “thinkingpositively” and it must originate in theathlete’s core being, BEFORE theevent begins.Some coaches call this Heart.
    54. 54. Most young athletesjust hope an d praythey will feel “up” fora game and have noidea they have internalmechanisms to createthis for themselves.
    55. 55. What really hurts most athletes’performances, especially teens, isthey ONLY allow themselves to feelgood AFTER a win or success.
    56. 56. They need to create those successfulfeelings, BEFORE the success. This actually gives t h e at h lete a better chance to win!I am sure you are wondering HOWto do this…
    57. 57. For starters, athletesneed to learn how todirect their focu san d impro ve theirconcentration.
    58. 58. We teach them how to bring theirattention to the present moment.What that does is it gets them out oftheir head and into their body!
    59. 59. Let me take you through a quickex e r c i s e to ex p e r i e n c e it fo ryourself... Think about a time when you were under heavy pressure... Notice how you feel as yo u think abo ut that pressure.
    60. 60. Look away from the screen and see ifyou can put all of your attention onwhatever your eyes see in the roomyou’re in.Close your eyes and focus on what youhear…Now go to what your body is feeling…
    61. 61. Turn your attention to your sense ofsmell…Now focus on your sense of taste fora moment…Now, allow your attention to gobetween all senses right where youare.
    62. 62. Hearing
    63. 63. HearingSight
    64. 64. HearingSightFeel
    65. 65. HearingSightFeelTaste
    66. 66. HearingSightFeelTasteSmell
    67. 67. Hearing Sight Feel Taste SmellCan you do it with your eyes open?
    68. 68. Where did those feelings of pressure go?Most people find after doing thatshort exercise, those pressure feelingsare gone by directing their focus tothe present.
    69. 69. You can help yourathlete do this...get them to observe and sense whatis around them when they are gettingtense.
    70. 70. For instance, if you are talking to aswimmer, help her get present by askingabout the temperature of the water, theair in the room,how her musclesfeel.You get the idea...
    71. 71. The problem is thata typical teenathlete thinks andw o r r i e s w a y to omuch abo ut w hatcould happen.
    72. 72. They compare themselvesan d re play imag e s oftheir last performance.They worry if they willrepeat the same errors,about what bad thingscould happen andquestion their abilities...
    73. 73. What they need to understand isthat this type of thinking is eitherpast or future-based and it creates apoor performance state.By learning how to focus, they blockout distractions and get into thezone, preparing their body for thetask at hand.
    74. 74. CONCEPT #2 Getting Control Of YourThoughts
    75. 75. CONCEPT #2 Getting Control Of YourThoughtsIt is an undisputed fact you cannotmake it to the top of any sportwithout believing in yourself and yourabilities…otherwise known as “positivethinking.”
    76. 76. Most sports psychologists stop rightthere and try to just teach you howto “think positively”.That is not enough!You also have tod e a l w it h t h enegative thoughts.
    77. 77. Eliminating negative thinkingh a p p e n s w h e n at h lete su n d e r s ta n d w h e r e t h e i rthoughts come from.To clear destructive thoughts theathlete must feel empowered andCOMMIT to making a change. Itreally is that simple!
    78. 78. S o let m e exp la i n where our thoughts originate…Our brains operate much like aco mpute r. We have a m entaloperating system, just like Windowsor Mac, that is always running.
    79. 79. It regulates all ourautomatic functionssuch as breathing,digestion, balancingyo u r e n e r g y a n dstor ing yourmemories, includingwhat coaches call“muscle memory.”
    80. 80. Our operating system comes with a lot of i n fo r m at i o n a n d programming right at birth.From then on, we start adding our ownprograms and instructions, just likewhen you install a program or game onyour computer.
    81. 81. What the athlete needs to realize is that they are in charge of theirprogramming. NOT outside influences!They can take over the operation and“program in” success! The athlete’soperating system simply responds asprogrammed.
    82. 82. There’s nothing complicated about it.This programming happens the sameway they learn a new physicalskill...by repetition and correctingmistakes as they come up.
    83. 83. But wait, I am sure you are thinking it’s difficult to “ p r o g ra m i n” p o s it i v e m e ssag e s, w hen the athlete has just lost or choked, right? Well this isthe time when it is important to helpyour child “get some height” on theissue.
    84. 84. What I mean by “height” is to help them get a bigger perspective. Teach them to find the positivein a “perceived” negative situation, thent h e ba d fe e li n g s d o n ot g etprogrammed into their mental computer.
    85. 85. The way to do that is to help them lo ok longer term and see the bigger picture...Your wisdom as an adult will be veryimp o rtant havin g alrea dy live dthrough many ups and downs.Let me give you an example...
    86. 86. A father brought inhis ver y upsetteenage son to seeme. The boy was thestar quarterback, butbelieve d his coachhated him. It hadbeen a particularlytough practice.
    87. 87. He felt his coachhad made him domore pushups, runm o r e la p s a n dyelled at him moreoften than any ofthe other players.
    88. 88. After hearing his complaints, I lookedhim in the eye and said, “That’ great!” sHe looked at me as if I was nuts andsaid, “Are you crazy? Didn’t you hearme? I just told you this guy is theworst coach I could ever have. ” Ianswered, “Yeah, I know, isn’t thatawesome and let me tell you why.”
    89. 89. ”If you did not havethis difficult coachyou would never havecome here for help.Just think if you hadgreat coaches for thenext 4 years and then got a toughone your senior year?”
    90. 90. “You wouldn’t be prepared and mighthave melted-down around the timeyou were being watched by collegescouts.”
    91. 91. “Isn’t it great that you are going tolearn to deal with difficult coachesand get mental toughness trainingright now, at this age?By the time you’re a senior, you aregoing to be the most mentally toughplayer in the league and nobody willbe able to touch you.”
    92. 92. He said my favorite words:“I never thought of it thatway.” I helped him see thesituation in a new light andhis entire attitude shifted inan instant. I teach kids how to haveperspective regularly throughout everytalk and training session, so they thenlearn how to do it for themselves.
    93. 93. O u r at h l e t e s l e a r n t o W A N Tcompetition an d dive into toughsituations.That is when they really build mentaltoughness and confidence and havethe ability to come out on top evenwhen faced with extreme adversity!
    94. 94. CONCEPT #3 Mastering the Pressure
    95. 95. CONCEPT #3 Mastering the PressureHow do you master the pressure? It’sreally about overcoming Fear.Fear is the Number 1 issue thatcauses athletes’ problems and resultsin their not pulling out their peakperformances when it counts.
    96. 96. What do athletes fear?Failure, embar rassm ent,disappointment and a wholehost of other difficu ltemotions.Fear destroys motivation,because it causes athletesto procrastinate and putoff working hard.
    97. 97. So how do we helpathletes overcome fear?We teach them whatfear really is and showthem how to processtheir difficult emotionsin healthy ways.
    98. 98. Problems occur when the athlete isdeathly afraid of embarrassment ordisappointing others.WHAT IF they stopped fearing theirdifficu lt emotio ns an d ha d theinternal confidence they can handlea n y t h i n g i n c lu d i n g m a k i n g b i gmistakes and losing?
    99. 99. What if they stoppedfearing “fear” itself?Remember FDR saying, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself?”
    100. 100. Here’s the key to making that areality. Are you ready?
    101. 101. Here’s the key to making that areality. Are you ready? “It’s an AND world”
    102. 102. Here’s the key to making that areality. Are you ready? “It’s an AND world”What does an “AND” world mean? It’san entire change of attitude thatsays I can feel this pressure AND stillplay my best game!!
    103. 103. I can be in this disappointment rightnow AND know that difficult feelingsare temporary, while I take ACTIONto improve from what I learned.My athletes learn to be OK withfeeling their emotions. Once theyh a ve i n g ra i n e d t h i s i nto t h e i rthinking, you know what happens?
    104. 104. They start going for it!!They play with everythingthey’ve got!Pressure, nervousness andanxiety gets diminished tothe point that it actuallyfeels more like excitementand pumped up adrenaline!
    105. 105. They create positive beliefsabout themselves creatingpositive emotio ns, w hichmake s it ea sie r to putthemselve s into a p eakperformance state. Mentalinterference gets eliminatedan d tr ue p e rfo r mancepotential naturally occurs!
    106. 106. Young athletes playingin fear tend to thinkthat embar ra ssm ent,d i s a p p o i nt m e nt a n dlosing are the end oftheir world!Understanding its an "AND" worldmoves them through that state of fear.
    107. 107. All World Class athletes feel pressureAND still perform!So, tell your athlete its OK to feelpressure AND they can still play agreat game. Step aside and watcht h e m b e co m e totally f re e a n dperform in the flow.
    108. 108. I imagine you are saying to yourself, this is all great, but my child does not always listen to me.I understand how tough it is. I’m asports parent myself with 2 teenageboys, have coached their teams andworked with 100’s of kids. So I knowwhat you are going through.
    109. 109. As parents, you seetheir issue s an dproblems firsthandand it’s so obviousto you what needsto change in yourchild.
    110. 110. Lot’s of parents first go to t h e i r co ac h fo r h e l p. M a y b e t h e feedback you got was...“They just need to work harder, tryharder or need to toughen up.” Soyou take that advice directly to yourchild and they shut down.
    111. 111. Unfortunately at that point, nothing yousay will sink in. It gets blocked out orat best, given lip service to. You see nochange, no action from your advice.There is no need to feel bad or worry;this is actually “normal” behavior formost teens...
    112. 112. Unfortunately at that point, nothing yousay will sink in. It gets blocked out orat best, given lip service to. You see nochange, no action from your advice.There is no need to feel bad or worry;this is actually “normal” behavior formost teens... What Do You Do?
    113. 113. How many times have youtried to teach your kidso m ething,then so m eo neelse says the exact samething and your kid lights upand totally gets it?It’d be great if they couldget this learning from theircoaches...
    114. 114. The problem is most coaches eitherdon’t have the time to teach your kidthese mental skills or they simplydon’t know how...Don’t leave this crucialelement in your child’spersonal developmentto chance!
    115. 115. We’ve solved these problems with aneasy solution that flat out WORKS forteen athletes.Introducing...
    116. 116. We’ve solved these problems with aneasy solution that flat out WORKS forteen athletes.Introducing... Mental Toughness Academy’s Online Training
    117. 117. The Training Program is an 8 Week Online CourseFully teaches the 3Main Co ncepts wewent over an ddevelops a Champion’sMindset for life!
    118. 118. For less than the cost of gas driving your kids to and frompractice, you will get a powerful game-changing training they can watch ontheir co mpute r, ipo ds o rcellpho ne s anytim e oranyplace that is convenientfor them.
    119. 119. The Training features two to fivevideos each week that are:
    120. 120. The Training features two to fivevideos each week that are:visually stimulating
    121. 121. The Training features two to fivevideos each week that are:visually stimulatinginteractive
    122. 122. The Training features two to fivevideos each week that are:visually stimulatinginteractiveentertaining
    123. 123. Most importantly, thistraining is specificallydesigned for teensan d pre-teensd e li ve re d i n w a y st h e y w i l l h e a r,u n d e r sta n d a n dWANT to watch.
    124. 124. Eac h week ha s adifferent theme andi n c lu d e s a g u i d e dvisualizat io n au diomp3 to help them getthe knowledge fromtheir brains into theirbodies for automaticperformances.
    125. 125. Here’s what they will learn in eachweek’s training. How to…
    126. 126. Here’s what they will learn in eachweek’s training. How to…WEEK 1: C re ate a b e li ef i nthemselves no matter what, programtheir mind for success and tap intotheir unlimited potential. Learn fromother inspirational teens their secretsto success and accomplishment.
    127. 127. WEEK 2: Use thepower of decisionand commitment tocreate motivationand to build theirown confidence.
    128. 128. WEEK 3: Improve focusand concentration, firethemselves up, controltheir ner ves andi n c r e a s e st rate g i c,c o m p e t i t i v eaggressiveness.
    129. 129. WEEK 4: Get themost out of practiceand training, developa strong work ethicand learn the powerof routines.
    130. 130. WEEK 5: Eliminate negative thoughts,clear destructive thinking and learnf r o m p a stm i sta ke s.Learn toolsto d e f e atfear andworry.
    131. 131. WEEK 6:Maximizem e n t a lrehearsal andvisualizatio ntechniques.
    132. 132. WEEK 7: Learnmy MASTER THEPRESSURE MP-7System for totalEmotional Mastery.
    133. 133. WEEK 8: Play “In TheFlow.” Learn positiveways to deal withcoaches an d otherplayers. Fin d theirmission and acquirelife skills for long-term success.
    134. 134. Imagine seeing your child at themost pre ssu re-packe d situatio ncoming through inthe clutch and thelook on his or herface ce le b rat i n gt h e v icto r y a n dsuccess!
    135. 135. These concepts we teachare life skills that areNECESSARY TO SUCCEEDnot only in sports, but alsoi n t h e i r r e lat i o n s h i p s ,care e r s, a n d to li ve ahealthy, happy life.
    136. 136. You can take your chancesan d hope the ups an dd o w n s i n s p o r t s d o n’tcreate scar s that w illaffect them for the rest oftheir livesOR you can take control...and give them the tools to createmental toughness.
    137. 137. Wouldn’t it be great tohave a kid who is happywhether they win or lose?Imagine the peace andharmony you would havein your home!
    138. 138. Sp o rts can be anamazing opportunity tolear n personaldevelopment and lifeskills. Unfortunately,without mental toughness, many kidsg et wo u n de d an d lear n lifelo n gdestructive mental habits...
    139. 139. Wouldn’t you rather they develop:
    140. 140. Wouldn’t you rather they develop:confidence
    141. 141. Wouldn’t you rather they develop:confidenceability to work hard
    142. 142. Wouldn’t you rather they develop:confidenceability to work harddedication
    143. 143. Wouldn’t you rather they develop:confidenceability to work harddedicationcommitment
    144. 144. Wouldn’t you rather they develop:confidenceability to work harddedicationcommitmentovercoming adversity
    145. 145. Wouldn’t you rather they develop:confidenceability to work harddedicationcommitmentovercoming adversitybeing a team player
    146. 146. This is not taught bym o st c o a c h e s. Allcoaches agree it is thed iffe re n ce b et w e e nwinners and losers. Theability to focus on a goaland bounce back fromadversity are the keys towinning.
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    150. 150. You already spend big $ $ $ o n e q u i p m e n t, t ra v e l exp e n s e s, training camps, private coaching, an d entr y fees.I recently had a parent tell me theypaid $800 just for one baseball bat!
    151. 151. H o w m u c h h a v e yo uinvested in your child’sconfidence and belief inthemselves?
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    153. 153. I want to go over a fewquestions I’m frequentlyasked…“What if this doesn’twork?” or “What if mychild doesn’t like it?”
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    157. 157. “What if they have a question or run into a problem, while doing the training?”
    158. 158. Inside themembership sitethere aremultiple ways toa s k q u e st i o n sfor theirspecific issues.
    159. 159. There’s an athletes’ forum, whereyo u r c h i l d ca n a s k m o n ito r e dquestions. As well as a “Comment”system that they can get directanswers from me and other members.We are here to support your athlete!
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    162. 162. I am on a mission toteach mental toughnessto 1 million kids, bythe year 2020 and givethem the to ols an dstrategies to live happy,successful lives.
    163. 163. “How will I know that the training isgetting results?”Your child will bem o re cal m a n dconfident, beforean event.They may have a different look intheir eye or stand with a morepowerful posture.
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    172. 172. Many athletes loaded with talent stilld o n ot “ m a ke it ” b e ca u s e t h ecompetition continually pushes forthat winning margin.A champion mindset is what turnstalent into being unbeatable!
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