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The first place to start with is to help athletes identify unhealthy beliefs, doubts, and strict outcome expectations that undermine performance. If we don’t address the inner gremlins, the other work we do to improve focus, confidence, and composure will amount to underachievement. The gremlins will override massive amounts of positive thinking. Do you want to identify and let go of your past gremlins so you can perform your best under pressure? In today's media we are constantly being reminded of a health time bomb that is about to explode as children today are not active enough. There are so many competing distractions for our children's attention, video games, endless channels to watch and these can all lead to sedentary lifestyle if they're not kept in check.

I must first say that it is important to care about other people. However it becomes unhealthy when athletes worry too much about what others think of them to the point that it distracts them from focusing on the task. In my work, we call this social approval or acceptance. It causes athletes to look for status from their peers in the form of respect, admiration, popularity, or wanting to fit in or be liked. Many people in today's society crave these qualities. When you worry too much about what others think, you can't focus on what is really important - your performance! In addition, this mindset also causes you to avoid mistakes or bad plays - not a good mindset to instill peak performance. I once worked with a young female golfer who I will call Lisa.

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