This course will teach the following:

  • Mind Vitamin #1 - Energy: How to build and create Energy before and during competition AND Being prepared mentally and physically to create intensity and having a sense of purpose to execute skills.

  • Mind Vitamin #1 - Energy: Overcoming low energy when athletes exhibit the symptoms of tired or low energy behavior.

  • Mind Vitamin #2 - Focus: How to build and create sustained Focus during competition AND Creating mental clarity before the event and having a repeatable process to create emotional control and readiness.

  • Mind Vitamin #2 - Focus: Overcoming a distracted state of mind that causes a lack of Focus on the task at hand

  • Mind Vitamin #3 - Order: How to build and create clear structured patterns through imagery that lead to effective execution AND Knowing how to set pre-competition goals and objectives through effective planning and scouting.

  • Mind Vitamin #3 - Order: Overcoming disorganized thinking that leads to unproductive workouts and lack of progress.

  • Mind Vitamin #4 - Grit: How to develop the internal fortitude to accept things that have occurred or are out of ones control and still take directed and consistent action AND creating an attitude to strengthen willpower and persistence under stress and difficult competitive situations.

  • Mind Vitamin $4 - Grit: Overcoming the self-doubt that can surface in competition that leads to athletes lacking in determination to stay the course and finish strong.

Pricing Options

This course can be purchased individually, or sign up for a year long membership for just $39/month and have access to all Worthy to Win eCourses and Bonus Content.

Is Mindset Development training for you?

The Worthy to Win process is effective in enhancing personal mental and skill development, physical fitness, and a wide-range of performance goals. These questions can help you answer if this course is for you:

  • Should I be performing at a higher level?

  • Do I regularly underperform?

  • Am I hungry and motivated to improve my results?

  • Have I experienced self-defeat under pressure?

  • Do I frequently struggle with focus in game-winning situations?