October 10, 2017

5 Tips to Becoming a Successful Athlete

1. Commit to the Team A locker room full of teammates who are willing to work hard and work together every day at practice, even when not under the coach’s eye, is crucial to having a successful season. Realize that a good teammate doesn’t try to be the best player on the team; he or […]

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July 29, 2017

45 life lessons written by a 90 year old

There’s a great saying that goes as below, Aging is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength -Betty Freidan Aging is inevitable but don’t let the thought of  it get you down. Learn from yesterday. Live for today. Hope for tomorrow. Here are 45 life lessons written by a 90 year old […]

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June 2, 2017

Your Happiness Depends On This ONE Thing…

Everyday we are looking for something that can make us happy, without knowing that the only one who is responsible for your happiness is YOU! When we are happy we are on a different energetic level and we do a lot of things in a different way. We smile more and we take course of […]

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May 19, 2017

Alpha Brain Waves Boost Creativity and Reduce Depression

Neuroscientists recently made a correlation between an increase of alpha brain waves—either through electrical stimulation or mindfulness and meditation—and the ability to reduce depressive symptoms and increase creative thinking. Our various states of consciousness are directly connected to the ever-changing electrical, chemical, and architectural environment of the brain. Daily habits of behavior and thought processes have the ability to alter the […]

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February 25, 2017

Try Hypnosis Now For Free

There are many misconceptions about Hypnosis. Many people believe it to be something it is not. This is unfortunate because Hypnosis is a very powerful tool but it can not be used if a person keeps themselves out of the state of mind due to misconceptions. Hypnosis is not what most people believe it to be, […]

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January 20, 2017

Watch ‘The Science of Breathing’

SKY Meditation explains how controlled breathing in Yoga can help you de-stress, increase your focus, and improve your overall well-being. She explains the simple breathing techniques that are most practical and the science behind why they have been proven effective.

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December 31, 2016

Scientists Say The Most Relaxing Song On Earth Reduces Anxiety And Stress By 65%

HERE IS A PLAYLIST OF THE 10 SONGS FOUND TO BE THE MOST RELAXING ON EARTH, INCLUDING ONE WHERE SCIENTISTS WITNESSED A 65% REDUCTION IN PARTICIPANTS’ OVERALL ANXIETY, AND STRESS. Each and every one of us have tried at last a few different techniques to combat stress or anxiety in our lives. It’s not only […]

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December 21, 2016

Inside The Endurance Athlete’s Mind

Bob Whitman’s days start at 2:45 a.m. While the rest of us are rolling over in our beds, Whitman, CEO of the Salt Lake City, Utah-based Franklin Covey , is fitting in a few hours of biking, swimming and running before work in preparation for next month’s Ford Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. Considering […]

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November 23, 2015

HSA May Cover Your Hypnotherapy Help*

If you have a HSA (Health Savings Account)… you may want to consider using it to cover the programs and services you receive through my Hypnotherapy practice. The expenses of Hypnotherapy and Mental Training may be eligible to be paid through your HSA due to their primary nature of alleviating and preventing mental defect or […]

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July 6, 2015

Concentration in Sports

If concentration is the key to athletic excellence, then mistakes in concentration are the primary reason that athletes struggle performance-wise. Choking, slumps, performance problems, fears and lack of self-confidence can all be traced to the athlete’s mental mistakes in focusing. If you want to develop mental toughness and start performing more to your potential, then […]

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June 5, 2015

Lead a Healthy Lifestyle

Thousands of years ago, food was different.  Food was a way for humans to re-energize, sustain.  We hunted, gathered, worked our fingers raw to put food into our bellies. Food was natural, organic, and most of the time, raw.  Nowadays, we speak into a receiver and our order is ready in five minutes.  Fast food, […]

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May 20, 2015

The Baddest Athletes

Athletes…we either love them or loathe them. Sometimes we loathe them until our compassion kicks in and realize there is a method to their madness. Other times, it’s merely because they were never held as a child (read below).  Still, whether or not their actions were legal, justified or down-right insane, it drew the attention. […]

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May 15, 2015

Crossfit: To Be or Not To Be Dangerous

Crossfit.  It is everywhere.  I see it on Facebook, around town, in the news and on youtube.  You can always tell the people who just finished a Crossfit workout because they look like they are about to die.  Seriously.  Their hair is in sweaty tangles, their breathing is labored (probably from throwing-up their morning pea-protein […]

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April 24, 2015

Peak Your Performance: Take Care of Yourself

Being an athlete is not easy. Usually your performance centers around self-talk, which you may or may not realize. If that self-talk is negative, you can kiss your performance goodbye. I have made a lot of golf products with certain suggestions that really work in training your brain. These suggestions help make you aware of […]

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April 21, 2015

Prepare for Peak Performance

If you are a violinist and you have a recital, you prepare, right? If you are a CEO and have a business meeting with an important client, you prepare, right? So it only makes sense that when you have a big competition, game, or event, you prepare, right? I cannot stress the importance of preparing […]

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April 20, 2015

Go With the Flow, Play Your Own Game

In order to peak your performance in any sport, you need to practice. That’s right. I said it. The dreaded “P” word. But it’s true. To hone in on your skills, you have to work at the mechanics. However, so little time is spent on the one big mechanic, your mind. Your mental skills need […]

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April 19, 2015

The Only Disability in Life is a Bad Attitude

Inspiration video on the human mind and limitations, or lack of limitations. (ps, there is an explicit word in the video.  I apologize.) Visit The Store Visit The Blog Private Sessions Personalized Audios

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April 17, 2015

Never Give Up: The Lauren Hill Story

Lauren Hill, the freshman basketball player suffering from a rare, incurable cancer, says her body is shutting down, but she believes God has the last say. That’s an awfully powerful and truthful approach to death. “My body is shutting down, and there’s nothing I can do,” she said. Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma. Such an intricate […]

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April 14, 2015

Noah Galloway’s Inspirational Journey

The last night Noah Galloway’s body was whole, he was behind the wheel of a Humvee in Iraq. His night-vision goggles didn’t reveal the trip wire. “The roadside bomb was big enough to send our 10,000-pound Humvee flying through the air,” he says in his Alabama drawl. “We landed wheels down in a canal.” Until […]

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April 10, 2015

Mental Magnitude of Monks

We have all dealt with adversity.  Adversity in the workplace, schools, community, etc.  But the one adversity in which we fail to recognize time and time again is the great adversary in your head.  Your mind.  Your mind can be the defeatist.  Your mind can be the “negative nelly.” Your mind can ultimately set you […]

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March 27, 2015

Shoot Like an Olympic Athlete

It is no big secret that the world of Olympic Athletes is a demanding one.  Constant training, failure upon success, it is a vicious cycle.  Next year, 2016, the Olympics will be held in Rio. These Olympians have been qualifying since 2014. Qualification can be achieved according to world rankings, through the major international competitions, […]

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March 21, 2015

Bruce Lee-isms: 11 Must-Practice Life Rules

Bruce lee was a Hong Kong American martial artist, Hong Kongaction film actor, martial arts instructor, filmmaker, and the founder of Jeet Kune Do. Amongst all these, Bruce was also quite the philosopher. Along with entertaining people and being one of the best (and most recognized) Martial Artists of recent times, he also had a brilliant outlook on life, and took part […]

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January 20, 2015

Climbers Complete World’s Hardest Climb

This is a perfect example of how we can train our brains to commit to a practically unconquerable feat. Taken from Associated Press YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. (AP) — A pair of Americans on Wednesday completed what had long been considered the world’s most difficult rock climb, using only their hands and feet to conquer […]

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January 2, 2015

Mental Skills of Athletes: Decisive, Committed, Clear

How decisive, committed and clear you are when facing any number of situations in life, directly affects how well you perform in those situations. This is also true of your sport performance as well. What you think, perceive, and ultimately believe, all impact how clear you are about what you want to do, how decisive […]

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December 17, 2014

Endurance Runners: Ailments and Treatments

         I live on a small island. It seems like every weekend there is a running event for charity going on here.  I can’t even recall the last time I saw an event being advertised as “just” a 5K.  Not that I am complaining.  Quite the contrary.  I love to see the hoards of people […]

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December 8, 2014

5 (Mental) Keys to Peak Performance

The best of the best athletes can choke.  No matter what sport you play, how many miles you run, how many targets you break, at some point, you may choke.  It really does happen to the best of us.  The  main reason this happens is that you have left a gaping hole in your mental […]

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December 1, 2014

Hangin’ Tough: Mental Toughness and Sports Performance

     It is perhaps one of the biggest debates in the history of sports, has been written about, interviewed on, and televised over and over again.  What roles do genetics, environments, and learned skills have to do with sports performance? Collectively, these attributes can turn a body into one heck of a performer…in any arena.  […]

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November 17, 2014

The Mental Skills of Successful Athletes

Interesting view on successful athletes: This article is taken from the Ohio Center for Sports Psychology.  Written by Jack  J. Lesky, PHD You don’t have to be a professional athlete or an Olympic champion to be a successful athlete. Nor do you have to have a room full of trophies, win a state championship, or […]

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May 29, 2014

Amrit Yoga Recommendation

Yoga serves many purposes which tie in very nicely to my mental training teachings. There is no question that yoga helps a person to build strength, and flexibility. It is common to see a person that practices yoga regularly as having a long, lean, toned body. When I first learned of yoga, I remember thinking […]

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April 18, 2014

Understand & Trust Yourself: A Key to Being In The Zone

April’s Theme is Peak Sports Performance How often do you find yourself in the zone, in golf or in life? This is something most athletes are familiar with, but not on a regular basis. Of all the hundreds of athletes I have worked with, many of which are elite in their sport, they frequently say […]

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April 13, 2014

Take Action, Be The Best You Can Be: Improve Sport and Life Performance

April’s Theme is Peak Sports Performance How do you prepare to be the best you can be, in whatever you do? Do you take action in life, or do you let things go that you later believe you should have done something about? Are you kind to yourself in your thoughts and words? Do you […]

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April 9, 2014

Mastery, Presence, and Inner Peace: Keys to Peaking Performance

April’s Theme is Peak Sports Performance If you want to peak your sport performance, choose something you want to work on every week. As you do, you will acquire increased understanding, insight, and confidence in your mechanics and mental skills – over time. Practicing helps you build confidence in your mechanics, which 90% of athletes […]

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April 7, 2014

Sports Improvement: April’s Theme

In 2007 my private practice took a large turn when Sports Improvement was added to my menu of services. Yes, I had worked with a few athletes here and there prior to this… a Pro Boxer, and a few baseball and tennis players, but nothing like what was starting to happen. Unbeknown to me, this […]

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May 21, 2013

Success Breeds Confidence

Confidence really comes from finding your own evidence that you are good in a particular area, based on your belief of how your abilities led to achieving success.

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May 16, 2013

6 Ways to Immediately Increase Your Sports Performance

Wouldn’t it be great to master 6 ways that will immediately increase your sports performance? I have worked with 20 PGA and LPGA athletes in successfully helping them improve sport performance, and am happy to say I have expanded my focus to include Olympic Athletes, Professional Surfers, Boxers and Tennis Players.  Anyone looking to improve […]

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May 15, 2013

Endurance Athlete Positive Mindset Hypnosis

Learn to master powerful mental skill sets and triggers to stimulate a surge of energy and smooth, powerful performance and turn off fear.

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March 6, 2013

Achieve Peak Performance: Go with the Flow, Play your Own Game

I wonder how many golfers, clay shooters or other athletes have considered that in order to achieve peak performance, they need to learn how to: ‘Go with the Flow’ and ‘Play their Own Game’?  Professional athletes understand that if they want to play well, they must practice their skills and mechanics.  They put a great […]

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January 23, 2013

20min Hypnosis for Transformation

This 20min hypnosis audio is generic in nature… I give it to every one of my clients at their first appointment so they can start doing hypnosis immediately at home, to become comfortable and familiar with it. I also encourage clients to use it as a tool to assist them in becoming familiar with how […]

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January 1, 2013

Sports Mental Training Season Starts Now

Yes, now is the time to start your Sports Mental Training! You need the training time before the first event, before the first competition, before you should be able to implement the mental skills from autopilot mode. For over 6 years I have been working with Professional Athletes, helping them to improve their Mental Game; […]

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