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Mental Toughness for Mavericks

The Mental Toughness for Mavericks podcast is a playbook for peak performance and mastery. Hosted by performance coach Renita Kalhorn, listen in as master teachers, thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, and top performers share personal stories, insights and cutting-edge strategies for excellence. Previous guests have included Simon Sinek (“Start With Why”), Whitney Johnson (“Disrupt Yourself”), former Navy SEAL Mark Divine (“Unbeatable Mind”), entrepreneur Amos Winbush III, Daniel Coyle (“The Talent Code”) and Dr. Sian Beilock. Topics range from self-disruption, resilience and flow to high-velocity learning, mastery and performance under pressure.
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Now displaying: December, 2015
Dec 28, 2015

Coauthors of “The Art of Doing: How Superachievers Do What They Do and How They Do It Well,” Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield share exactly that. Highlights:

  • The difference in mindset that sets super-achievers like Martina Navratilova, Yogi Berra and Guy Kawasaki apart from everyone else
  • What super-achievers say about persistence and how to know if you’re on the right track
  • The power of active listening in changing beliefs and biases
  • How super-achievers leverage the power of emotion to work for, not against, them
Dec 25, 2015

Retired Navy SEAL Mark Divine explains the mindset necessary to consistently rise to the occasion in high-pressure situations. Highlights:

  • A key indicator that you’re not mentally tough
  • How to integrate training and habituation into any aspect of life
  • The OODA loop mental model and how it helps make decisions under pressure

How to “win in your mind” first before taking action

Dec 22, 2015

Leadership expert Simon Sinek explains how a powerful “why” highlights the path through adversity.

Highlights:
• The difference between mental toughness and hard work
• How to use your “why” as a compass and how to let go of being perfect
• Use mental toughness to trust your intuition
• Why discipline alone is not mental toughness and how do you find your “why” anyway

 

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