Why Mindset Training is Right For YOU

Lots of people are confused about Mindset Training. What is it...? And why is right for you?

Mindset is how your automatic brain experiences the world. This is called Default Mindset.

Humans have 30,000-40,000 automatic thoughts per day. These are not thoughts that we choose and they may not even be helpful. Random thoughts pop into our heads all day long with or without permission. These are called Auto-Thoughts.

Auto-Thoughts lead to what is called the Default Mindset. Examples of the Default Mindset include: trouble focusing, a hard time falling asleep, low energy, low emotional resilience, and a tough time committing to healthy habits. The opposite of the Default Mindset is called Performance Mindset.

Performance Mindset the state of mind that allows us to feel focused, energized, motivated, alive, and engaged.

Performance Mindset Training is a 10-week curriculum designed to help you Fix Your Mindset. Users report aa 35% reduction in stress, a 26% reduction in boredom and monotony, and a 99% increase in the amount of time spent feeling good without escape activities. 

Please CONTACT ME for more information about Mindset Training, what the curriculum entails, and how it can help you master your process as you work to achieve your goals. 

The NFL’s Mindfulness Movement Is Spreading by Robert Mays

Pete Carroll isn’t the only football decision-maker obsessed with sport psychology anymore. The Falcons, Colts, and 49ers have all also embraced mindfulness training—and their experiences could impact the culture-building dynamic of a league long resistant to change.

It's All in the Mind: How an App Helped One Olympian Overcome Adversity by Kelly McHugh-Stewart

“That was probably the first time I realized it,” she explained of her mindset after being named the best female short track skater in American history. “I went back to my hotel room after the races were over and thought: Maybe I should celebrate or something?  I had spent so long striving for success. I didn’t know how to enjoy it even though I had succeeded.”

Your Belief Must be Greater Than Your Doubt: High Performance Coaching Podcast w/ Cindra Kamphoff

After several injuries and surgeries following the 2011 season Katherine was forced to retire. She moved to Milwaukee to coach for three years before deciding to make a comeback for the 2018 Olympia Games. Coaching, along with a few great sports psychology consultants, has widened her perspective and helped her embrace a growth mindset. Through out the next two seasons she learned lessons from both triumph and failure that led her to pursue a career in public speaking and share her experiences about the mental game.

Your Life, Your Masterpiece: Red Shoes Living Podcast w/ Lonnie Mayne

Olympic short track skater and silver and bronze medal winner in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, Katherine Reutter-Adamak, was my guest on this week’s episode of the Red Shoes Living podcast. Listen in to how Red Shoes Living shows up in Katherine’s life and about her next masterpiece.

Veteran Skater Illustrates Beauty of Measuring Effort Instead of Results by Amy Donaldson

KEARNS — As her teammates reveled in making the 2018 Olympic team, Katherine Reutter-Adamek quietly, tearfully and gratefully basked in the beauty of her final masterpiece.

Sunday’s finale was not the picture the two-time Olympic medalist envisioned when she came out of retirement in 2016....