Ever think like this?
Why don’t I believe in myself?
I don’t think I’ll ever be good enough for ___________?
I’m trying so hard, but it’s not working.
My confidence sucks.
These are negative thoughts, self doubt, and fear taking over you.
We talk about being confident, being mentally tough, having a good mindset all the time, but do we actually do anything about it?
Not really. At least I didn’t when I was playing sports growing up.
So, how the heck are you supposed to get better at this confidence stuff?
How do you create confidence?
I’ve got YOU! This is what I do. I give you the HOW.
⬇️ Here’s a quick start to start creating confidence for yourself ⬇️
1️⃣ Start writing, telling, and owning confident statements about yourself
🔹Examples: I belong here. I am a powerful asset to my team. I am important.
🔹Write them everyday
🔹Put them in places you’ll see them (water bottle, equipment, door, nightstand, etc.)
🔹Act like you believe them with your body language
2️⃣ Start with taking deep breaths in big moments when you feel nervous
🔹Try this at practice and in your games!
3️⃣ Start with visualizing your success
🔹See yourself coming in clutch
🔹See yourself making adjustments
🔹See yourself being the MVP
🔹See yourself as a fierce leader
🔹See your most confident self
Time to get to work on your mindset!!! 💪
What do you have the hardest time with when it comes to confidence?
We work on these fundamental mindset skills in The Confident Athlete and we get REALLY good at them! In The Confident Athlete we put our heads down, focus on ourselves, and create confidence that lasts with consistent practice!
If that’s something you want, then you should apply and see if it’s the perfect fit!
Ooo! And there are bonuses still!
🙌 Bonus #1: One on one call with Paige
🙌 Bonus #2: 2020 Reflection Workshop Replay
🙌 Bonus #3: Create a Vision Board Workshop (TONIGHT)
🙌 Bonus #4: Guest Speaker Call with Amanda Scarborough
Keep on keepin’ on,
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Use this tool to create a pre-game routine in order to mentally prepare for games and show up confident.