Archive for Coaching Mental Toughness

Oct
31

Wanted: $100K Mental Toughness Coaches

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If you’d like to build a private coaching practice around Mental Toughness Training, watch this short video. If you like what you see, get more information at www.mentaltoughnessu.com/mtcoach 

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Aug
24

Ryan Lochte’s Olympic Scandal

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The Rio Olympic’s Swimmers Scandal has cast a dark cloud over what should have been a celebration. USA Swimmer Ryan Lochte, a 6-time gold medalist, and three younger swimmers decided to urinate on a gas station wall and vandalize the bathroom in Rio after a night of drunken debauchery. To add insult to injury, Lochte went on international television and claimed to have been robbed. Lochte made a cleverly concocted PR laced apology on the Today Show

in an effort to save his endorsement deals, but his sponsors wisely dumped him. Absent from the story: The US Olympic Committee, who says they will investigate. I’ve done 19 TV, radio and print interviews in the past few days regarding the story calling on USOC CEO Scott Blackmun to take action, but as I predicted, they have done nothing. Watch this short post on my mental toughness solution to this situation and I’ll look forward to your comments.

Jan
29

Teaching Mental Toughness Deadline: 1-30-15

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If you would enjoy teaching Mental Toughness for a living, Mental Toughness University is searching for faculty members. We speak, train and consult for many of the largest corporations in America, and we need help! Watch this short video I shot in Las Vegas after being interviewed on FOX 5 News, and visit www.speakersapprentice.com if you’d like to apply. The DEADLINE to APPLY in Friday, January 30, 2015.

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Oct
08

What is Mental Toughness?

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The most common question I get is “What exactly IS mental toughness?” Watch this short video I taped in Salt Lake City after my interview on Good Morning Utah for the answer. I’ll look forward to your comments.
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I just did an interview on coaching mental toughness in basketball for an organization called CoachingToolBox.net It’s headed up by a coach named Brian Williams, and it’s a world class resource for anyone interested in coaching basketball and improving their performance. Check it out at www.coachingtoolbox.net

Thanks to everyone who commented on the Middle Class Demonization of the Pharmaceutical Industry. Fantastic feedback! (I learned a lot)

I’d like to encourage everyone in this community to pass on the mental toughness message by becoming a mentor or coach to someone. Kids, co-workers, spouses, family members, etc. Your coaching in this area may be the only exposure someone has to the world class philosophy. For assistance, download a copy of my ebook, Coaching 177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class. This book has 1,062 critical thinking questions to ask the person/people you’re coaching. You can read the first 5 chapters at www.coachingmentaltoughness.net   Steve Siebold, CSP, CPCS (5:24)

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No other industry in America has been demonized more than the pharmaceutical industry. The middle class loves to criticize pharma companies for high prices and the commercialization of life saving and extending drugs and vaccines…UNTIL someone they LOVE gets sick. That’s when they rely on pharmaceutical companies to make them or their loved ones well. This is a classic example of middle class thinking and a severe lack of mental toughness. Pharmaceutical sales people are not only some of the finest professionals in selling, they are also some of the most caring I’ve ever worked with at Mental Toughness University. They are the most misunderstood and under appreciated sales people in business today. Listen to this post and I’ll look forward to your comments. Steve Siebold, CSP, CPCS  ( 6:20 )

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