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Performance Psychology

What I Learned in Massage School: Part 1

“My experiences in massage therapy school were life changing. The environment, people, and everything about it changed me…”

Recommended Reading: The Energy Bus

The Energy Bus is a must read for anyone who wants to experience a fulfilling, happy life. This book was recommended to me by a dear friend who was filled with an unmatched zest for life.

Perspective

The instantaneous combustion of our frustrations can cause harm long after the conversation ends, so take some time and then use kind words that can help instead of harm.?..

Backward Design

Backward design is a scientific and creative process that encourages people to focus on more than the intended outcomes…

Sports Anxiety: eBook Now Available

As an athlete who had a fear of failure, a fear of letting others down, and a fear of injury, I know first-hand what it is like to have the excitement of performance spiral out of control. With a blink of an eye, that excitement suddenly became nervousness. Even though I was confident in my skills…

Preventing Athlete Burnout

You’ll find 5 Tips for Preventing Athlete Burnout towards the end of this article! Why does it matter? Note: I’m not talking strictly about early specialization and overuse injuries related to long training seasons with little time for recovery. I’m… Continue Reading →

Getting More than My Feet Wet

I already shared my exciting news with you– I wrote and published a paperback book! SMART Reflections: A Reflective Goal-Setting Workbook for Educators is available on Amazon. You might be quick to judge and think that a workbook isn’t a real book,… Continue Reading →

SMART Reflections

Ahh!! The day is finally here. I have been yearning for this day for as long as I can remember. Being pregnant, that’s not very long. (That was a joke.) In all reality though, I have dreamt of publishing a book… Continue Reading →

Can Flow Be Coached?

Maybe, maybe not. The phrase “go with the flow” provides only temporary encouragement, temporary attainment of flow. We need clear goals and skills to overcome specific challenges to help us reach and maintain the flow state, the flow experience. Happiness… Continue Reading →

Change is Good

Although change is inevitable, it is often challenging and a little scary. Repeat the following: “From this day forward, I will embrace challenges confidently and with an open mind. I will view change as an opportunity for education and self-improvement…. Continue Reading →

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