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How You See The Whole Wide World Matters!

By Special to the Prep Sports Report/Robert W.H. Price, LCPC, LPC, NCC CEO of Elite Minds, LLC | April 5, 2021

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Every sport is beginning to look at how to build Mental Toughness and make sure their athletes are resilient. Commentators mention it much more than just a few years ago no matter what you are watching. Well, I’m here to answer the BIG questions when it comes to mental toughness and resilience and what impact mental training truly has on your athlete’s performance.  Let’s go on the Journey together!!!

The Whole World Matters?

For matters of changing your mindset you must be aware that the World does matter!  If your mindset is fixed then you will struggle with seeing yourself as unchangeable.  Life is about discovering yourself and searching where you fit into the world.  When change and growth are very limited we see ourselves not “cut out for” some areas of our life. This impacts how we go about being great and achieving the goals that we have set for ourselves to conquer.

Journey Forward?

If you’ve identified that your mindset is stuck on what the world thinks of you then we need to Journey Forward!  Next steps will include the following:

·Know life does not limit your choices

·Know your basic characteristics are changeable

·Visualize success

·Decide what you want to be and create the abilities to reach new goals

Solve The Mental Mystery

For decades, the mystery of peak performance was unsolved. Coaches, athletes, trainers wanted to know…

  • Why do some athletes reach their potential and others don’t?
  • Why do some athletes crave challenges and others shy away?
  • Why do some athletes crumble under pressure while others thrive?
  • Why do some athletes bounce back from failure and others implode?

Special Invitation

Do you want to know more about the mental game? Do your athletes struggle mentally? Do your athletes need to improve their mental game? Do you want to know how to help your athletes build mental toughness? Do you want tangible tools to help you coach the mental game?

If you answered YES! to any of those questions, then I invite you to check out a FREE ASSESSMENT on my website (www.elitemindsllc.com).

Visit Robert at www.elitemindsllc.com or email at Robert@elitemindsllc.com.

Robert Price is the owner of Elite Minds, LLC is a mental performance consulting service that promotes professionals exceeding their potential in every field of human endeavor. This is accomplished through proven mental skill techniques that will lead the professional to more consistent performances even in the face of adversity. We understand how to get the brain and body working together as a team. Robert W.H. Price founded Elite Minds in 2000 as a graduate student and has created successful inroads since for hundreds of clients.  He is an expert applying specific mental skills and techniques that cultivate the mental and emotional strength necessary to thrive in an era of overwhelming demands and persistent conflict.

Elite Minds has worked with a wide variety of clients in various settings. We’ve improved performance with Soldiers, NBA, NFL, USL, PGA, NCAA athletes, Junior Golf, gymnasts, hockey players, lacrosse, ice skating, field hockey, track, and many other recreational athletes.

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