The Association for Applied Sports Psychology work with athletes, coaches, non-sport performers (dancers, musicians), business professionals, and military, firefighters, police).
Dr. Kristen Dieffenbach, an executive board member, and Certified Mental Performance Consultant will discuss emotion regulation for athletes and non-athletes and the science behind it.
In this episode, we discuss how each emotion has the potential to either help or hinder performance whether you're an athlete or non-athlete in the work-place.
Many non-athletes need to use emotional regulation techniques in their every day lives/at work.
Those with high-pressure jobs (business professionals), high-risk occupations (firefighters, police, military, etc.) and performers (dancers, musicians) can use emotional regulation to succeed, survive or perfect their craft.
How are emotional regulation techniques different for athletes, performers, business professionals, etc.?
I ask about how an athlete like Michael Phelps, or Tiger Woods uses visualization to play at a higher level than most and when athletes experience loss or have a bad day in their sport how it affects their next game.
Dr. Dieffenbach teaches people how to work on regulating their emotions.
How can you counteract your hot buttons and stay emotionally tough?
Find out in this podcast, listen now.
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David Essel has worked as a counselor since 1992 and has a #1 bestseller called “Focus! Slay your goals
In his new book, David talk about the story of Evelyn – who created a powerful and persevering mindset, with powerful daily action steps that made her lose 240 pounds.
David says, the odds of persevering through the challenges, will not be on your side
if your program is not put in writing, with specific days and times that you’re going to exercise, specific days and times that you’re going to eat your clean meals, specific days and times.
We discuss overcome procrastination and negative thinking
Find out why the key to long-term success is based upon learning how to deal with emotions in life!
Regardless of your desire, money, weight loss, or relationships, the mind tells the body what to do and how we act.
Why not get your mind right today for a better tomorrow?
My guest Tracy Timm said, people who LOVE their job make over 2x the wealth as those who simply “like” their job in approximately 1/3 the time.
So how do we find that love for what we do that brings us wealth we desire?
In this episode, Tracy discusses why so many people are chasing money hoping that brings happiness, when the numbers show that the equation works in reverse—those who love what they do accumulate more wealth, faster.
She said, "instead of setting ourselves up for failure by chasing everyone else’s version of success, we have to know ourselves and define success for ourselves if we ever want to feel truly fulfilled and “well” at work
We’re all waiting for proof of the promise of our decisions (like your job is a bus stop along the route to success) but we have no idea if/when the bus is coming
Those who are “winning” in the new world of career are making actual PROGRESS toward their PURPOSE instead of waiting around at the bus stop
She talks about the two types of regrets and how to take risks in your career without ever looking back.
She schedules “clarity calls” for free