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Getting Back to Fundamentals

We each have goals that we want to achieve.  One obstacle which prevents us from continuing to grow, is straying from the fundamentals.  In Howard Schultz Onward, he explains how he returned to his position as the CEO of Starbucks, while they were at their worst (2007). He had noticed that the focus had been laid so […]

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Energy is the Game Changer

Over this past week, I had the opportunity to attend a Tony Robbins one day seminar.  I was admittedly a bit cautious about attending–I typically avoid large crowds in this context, as it doesn’t seem to suit my learning style. To my amazement, the seminar was well worth it. The biggest aha moment for me was when […]

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Three Daily Rituals That Will Change Your Life!

Beginning your day on the right foot, can be as simple as implementing just three daily components.  In Hal Elrod’s The Miracle Morning, he discusses how these things benefit not only your mind, but also your body and spirit.  Watch, as your focus and performance improve!   Meditation and prayer in silence, is a great way […]

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Positive Self Talk

Many people doubt themselves.  They sabotage their own efforts by telling themselves they can’t do something, before even trying to do it.  Why does this happen? Is it a learned habit? Something that’s been passed down from parents, friends, coaches, or teachers?   There have been over thirty independent studies performed on how self-talk affects the […]

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How We Eliminated ACL Injuries for Our Athletes

ACL injuries are a big problem in sports.  Every year there is about 200,000 ACL surgeries that take place in this country.  We have had no non contact ACL injuries since we implemented our system 7 years ago.   How do we do it?   The image above is how we approach training our athletes […]

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