September 20, 2017

I Want The Best For My Kids

It's true, I would love it if my kids got Division 1 scholarships.  It would be awesome if they got drafted and had a chance to play professional baseball.  I do try to give them every opportunity to be successful in their chosen sport.  I do...

September 15, 2017

Am I in control of my thoughts?  YES

Is it always easy to control my thoughts?  NO

Every day I make choices about how I will think.  When I get out of bed each morning I can be excited about what my day will offer, or I can fret about all the things I thin...

September 11, 2017

In Part One of Mental Toughness we looked at the characteristics that a mentally tough individual possesses.  To re-cap these characteristics are-

1.  They are in control of their thoughts.

2.  They always give their best effort.

3.  They do...

September 5, 2017

What does it mean to be mentally tough?  How can someone become more mentally tough?

This will be a two part blog.  In Part one I will answer the question of what in means to be mentally tough- the characteristics that define mental toughness.  In part two I will answer...

August 23, 2017

When our children were very young we encouraged failure.  As they learned to ride a bike we knew they would struggle, yet we encouraged them to keep trying, knowing at some point they would figure it out and ride safely without our assistance.  Failure was a part of le...

August 13, 2017

Stay with me on this...

"My dad (Ken Griffey Sr.) would have bopped me on the head if I came home bragging about what I did on the field.  He only wanted to know how the team did."  Ken Griffey Jr.

Rest assured Ken Griffey Sr. wanted the best for his son-  I'm sure...

July 27, 2017

Own

If an athlete believes that a "growth mindset" truly works, and they use techniques that will allow them to consistently be focused on their development and growth, the athlete will own a "growth mindset." An athlete that owns a "growth mindset" will have great conf...

July 27, 2017

Practice

One of the best tools that an athlete can use as they develop a "growth mindset" is a journal.  A journal will allow an athlete to write down his or her process goals before and after practices and games.  Process goals allow an athlete to focus on their develo...

July 25, 2017

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