In the first of this series, I pointed out the power of practicing "catching" the questions you are asking yourself because the instant you ask a question your mind works on answering it! Remember: Lousy Questions  =  Lousy Answers Quality Questions  =  Quality Answers Jacob Rainey, a high school star quarterback out of Virginia, was getting noticed by college ...

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I am writing a series of emails to focus on fast starts on performance goals in the New Year... As I write in my eBook, Peak Performance Mental Game...conquering your mental game is an achievable goal and it starts with a series of steps and practices. One such practice, as you begin the New Year and ...

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You no longer have to worry that ... "All I got was advice."  I will give you much more. Athletes have said to me, "I like what you are teaching because now I have something I can actually do and can depend on to stay calm and relaxed and mentally tough." When I didn't know any skills ...

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Open Sports Science Journal Greg organized and was one of the practitioners for the first formal research project in the nation using EFT in sports. The research was conducted during the fall, 2007 with the Oregon State University men’s and women’s basketball teams. Dawson Church, then director of research for the Association of Comprehensive Energy Psychology ...

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This is the opening of my blog communication with coaches and athletes and other “visitors” from around the world. I intend to keep my “blogs” succinct and to the point; I don’t want to waste anyone’s time. As I sit here enjoying the adventure of writing blog #1, I am reminded of one of my ...

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In mid-March, I made my second trip to the BNP Paribas professional tennis tournament in Indian Wells, California. One thing I was struck by, as I attended each day heading into the championship rounds, was that several of the top players in the world frquently spent time during their match "burning energy" with big, negative emotional reactions to points that didn't go their way

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