MENTALLY TOUGH TEAMS
There are lots of resources for you to truly help your teams do these three things.
As their coach, you are the one person who can make the biggest difference.
So, do you have clear goals for yourself and your team?
Do you have the ability to help your team improve the vital skills (both tangible and intangible) they need to win?
Do you use unbiased, neutral thinking?
Once you start thinking differently, so will your team!
Here are some of my favorite resources on these topics:
Tim Grover’s excellent book called Winning.
Make it Stick by Brown, McDaniel, and Roediger III.
It Takes What It Takes by Trevor Moawad.
Atomic Habits by James Clear.
From Skill Set to Mindset by Shay Goulding Meurer
One simple way you can help rewire how athletes THINK is by using my Get Better Faster Journals.
Hundreds of athletes have used them to make setting goals, improving skills, and thinking neutrally a DAILY HABIT.
It only takes 10 minutes a day (or less!) to become more mentally tough.
My Coach Guide book goes hand in hand with these journals to help make sure your team gets the most out of every practice in the gym.
By training athletes to THINK differently, you aren’t just creating better volleyball players.
You are impacting an athlete for the rest of their life.
Mental toughness is the key to having:
1. A body that is healthy and fit
2. A successful career
3. Meaningful relationships
4. A happy life
Because the BIG dreams take just as much work as the SMALL dreams.
So go BIG! Start training the INNER game and take your team to the next level.
Want to discuss how to help your team or program go from low performing to high performing?
Contact me and we will create a game plan that will work for you and your team.
IS THIS WHAT YOU NEED? TESTIMONIALS
With the help she received from Dani, Mylie has done amazing this year with managing her thoughts to avoid the anxiety she had experienced in the past. She still got nervous, but she was able to think about it differently and step toward it rather than trying to shy away from it.
If you have a teen athlete who could benefit from some mindset coaching, I can't recommend Dani enough!