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If you want to improve your confidence, culture, or communication within yourself and your organization, then this is the podcast for you. Each Wednesday we have an elite coach on sharing their how-tos for raising performance, as well as solo-episodes by Mental Performance Coach, Tyler Pazik. Scroll back to our first episode to hear more about the podcast or click on the most recent one to dive right in.

Latest Episodes

074. Setting Expectations - Brad Bohannon

With high-expectations in the SEC, how do you help athletes set realistic expectations to make sure they don’t crush their own dreams before they even begin? In this podcast, Brad Bohannon and I break down body language, emotional consistency, and of course, expectation management.

57 min4 d ago
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074. Setting Expectations - Brad Bohannon

073. Catching The Positive - Pete D'Amour

Pete D’Amour and I dive into going pitch-to-pitch, dealing with adversity, and being empathetic with your athletes. We also talk about how important it is to find the positive and create perspective in EVERY situation.

57 min1 w ago
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073. Catching The Positive - Pete D'Amour

072. Question Your Processes - Mike Neu

On this episode, Mike Neu (University of California Berkley) and I dive deep into how you go about your processes moment-to-moment while competing. Asking yourself questions: How do I engage the opponent? What awareness do I need to build to prepare myself? Mike also answers one of my favorite questions: Is it better to treat every play like the championship or like it’s just another play?

53 min2 w ago
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072. Question Your Processes - Mike Neu

071. Be an Elite Communicator - Marissa Young

Marissa Young and I dive deep into how to be an elite communicator with yourself as an athlete, between the coaches, and between teammates. It’s amazing how good you are with poor thought processes and communication skills, imagine what a little fine tuning can do.

49 min3 w ago
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071. Be an Elite Communicator - Marissa Young

070. Bleeding Greatness - JJ Davis

JJ Davis played D1 basketball, played professionally, and then was homeless for 7 years. JJ Davis and I dive deep into the relentless work ethic it takes to reach your potential. We talk about what it takes to play professionally and how he builds leadership skills in his athletes.

44 minAUG 19
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070. Bleeding Greatness - JJ Davis

069. Winning = Playing Free + Good People w/ Kenny Gajewski

Kenny Gajewski and I dive deep into what it means to let your athletes play free, creating expectations with them, and making your athletes better people. Winning is a by-product of good people playing free. Help yourself help your athletes by listening to this podcast and learning how to communicate with them to turn them into better people.

54 minAUG 12
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069. Winning = Playing Free + Good People w/ Kenny Gajewski

068. Adversity and Positive (Productive) Routines - Rick Heller

Rick Heller (Head Baseball Coach at University of Iowa) and I dive deep into the steps you need to take to build quality, positive routines in everything you do. We also talk about how to have athletes deal with failure and the system that he teaches in order to get them to understand the mental game including one of the more interesting topics, which is what a “swing vision” is. Towards the end of the podcast, we also talk about what it takes to be emotionally stable from a coaching perspective and how to use the tools in your toolbelt on purpose instead of reacting to situations and making a mess of it.

57 minAUG 5
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068. Adversity and Positive (Productive) Routines - Rick Heller

067. Role-Setting 101 - Ellie Cooper

Ellie Cooper, assistant softball coach at East Carolina University, and I dive deep into recovering from failure and how to do just that. She shares her own story of picking herself back up and what it truly means to be curious and a lifelong learner.

51 minJUL 29
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067. Role-Setting 101 - Ellie Cooper

066. Building Awareness and Routines - Rob Cooper

On this episode, Rob Cooper (Head Baseball Coach at Penn State University) and I dive deep into his two most important aspects of the mental game: Awareness and routines. Having an authentic awareness of yourself is essential in being able to notice when you need to slow the game down or (a lot less frequently) speed it up. We dive into his culture workshops he has with his team every Friday where they deconstruct what failure is and simplify the game down. He mentions one of his favorite quotes which sums up one of our big topics, “If you don’t focus on one thing, you’ll be distracted by everything.” We also go over one of the best strategies I have heard yet which is a “black box worksheet.” Check out that worksheet in our Mental Game Booklet.

48 minJUL 22
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066. Building Awareness and Routines - Rob Cooper

065. Being Driven By The Right Drivers - Arianna Luther

Arianna Luther (Assistant Strength Coach at University of Nevada) and I dive deep into what it means to be a driven athlete and what happens when you’re primarily driven by extrinsic motivators. We also talk about what to do with the kids who don’t listen to you, and what it’s like being a young female coach in the weightroom.

61 minJUL 15
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065. Being Driven By The Right Drivers - Arianna Luther

Latest Episodes

074. Setting Expectations - Brad Bohannon

With high-expectations in the SEC, how do you help athletes set realistic expectations to make sure they don’t crush their own dreams before they even begin? In this podcast, Brad Bohannon and I break down body language, emotional consistency, and of course, expectation management.

57 min4 d ago
Comments
074. Setting Expectations - Brad Bohannon

073. Catching The Positive - Pete D'Amour

Pete D’Amour and I dive into going pitch-to-pitch, dealing with adversity, and being empathetic with your athletes. We also talk about how important it is to find the positive and create perspective in EVERY situation.

57 min1 w ago
Comments
073. Catching The Positive - Pete D'Amour

072. Question Your Processes - Mike Neu

On this episode, Mike Neu (University of California Berkley) and I dive deep into how you go about your processes moment-to-moment while competing. Asking yourself questions: How do I engage the opponent? What awareness do I need to build to prepare myself? Mike also answers one of my favorite questions: Is it better to treat every play like the championship or like it’s just another play?

53 min2 w ago
Comments
072. Question Your Processes - Mike Neu

071. Be an Elite Communicator - Marissa Young

Marissa Young and I dive deep into how to be an elite communicator with yourself as an athlete, between the coaches, and between teammates. It’s amazing how good you are with poor thought processes and communication skills, imagine what a little fine tuning can do.

49 min3 w ago
Comments
071. Be an Elite Communicator - Marissa Young

070. Bleeding Greatness - JJ Davis

JJ Davis played D1 basketball, played professionally, and then was homeless for 7 years. JJ Davis and I dive deep into the relentless work ethic it takes to reach your potential. We talk about what it takes to play professionally and how he builds leadership skills in his athletes.

44 minAUG 19
Comments
070. Bleeding Greatness - JJ Davis

069. Winning = Playing Free + Good People w/ Kenny Gajewski

Kenny Gajewski and I dive deep into what it means to let your athletes play free, creating expectations with them, and making your athletes better people. Winning is a by-product of good people playing free. Help yourself help your athletes by listening to this podcast and learning how to communicate with them to turn them into better people.

54 minAUG 12
Comments
069. Winning = Playing Free + Good People w/ Kenny Gajewski

068. Adversity and Positive (Productive) Routines - Rick Heller

Rick Heller (Head Baseball Coach at University of Iowa) and I dive deep into the steps you need to take to build quality, positive routines in everything you do. We also talk about how to have athletes deal with failure and the system that he teaches in order to get them to understand the mental game including one of the more interesting topics, which is what a “swing vision” is. Towards the end of the podcast, we also talk about what it takes to be emotionally stable from a coaching perspective and how to use the tools in your toolbelt on purpose instead of reacting to situations and making a mess of it.

57 minAUG 5
Comments
068. Adversity and Positive (Productive) Routines - Rick Heller

067. Role-Setting 101 - Ellie Cooper

Ellie Cooper, assistant softball coach at East Carolina University, and I dive deep into recovering from failure and how to do just that. She shares her own story of picking herself back up and what it truly means to be curious and a lifelong learner.

51 minJUL 29
Comments
067. Role-Setting 101 - Ellie Cooper

066. Building Awareness and Routines - Rob Cooper

On this episode, Rob Cooper (Head Baseball Coach at Penn State University) and I dive deep into his two most important aspects of the mental game: Awareness and routines. Having an authentic awareness of yourself is essential in being able to notice when you need to slow the game down or (a lot less frequently) speed it up. We dive into his culture workshops he has with his team every Friday where they deconstruct what failure is and simplify the game down. He mentions one of his favorite quotes which sums up one of our big topics, “If you don’t focus on one thing, you’ll be distracted by everything.” We also go over one of the best strategies I have heard yet which is a “black box worksheet.” Check out that worksheet in our Mental Game Booklet.

48 minJUL 22
Comments
066. Building Awareness and Routines - Rob Cooper

065. Being Driven By The Right Drivers - Arianna Luther

Arianna Luther (Assistant Strength Coach at University of Nevada) and I dive deep into what it means to be a driven athlete and what happens when you’re primarily driven by extrinsic motivators. We also talk about what to do with the kids who don’t listen to you, and what it’s like being a young female coach in the weightroom.

61 minJUL 15
Comments
065. Being Driven By The Right Drivers - Arianna Luther
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