Nobody likes to make mistakes, trip up, fail, or miss a shot. Goofing up once is one thing, but goofing up repeatedly and driving your mind and thoughts into a pretty deep pit is quite another.
Today on the Choose 2 Think Podcast, I share a story about my recent (epic fail) experience at the Bluegrass States Games Pickleball Tournament in Lexington, KY. I was so focused on winning that I did not foster the proper mindset and healthy thought patterns DURING play.
Now when I play pickleball, I'm gonna hone in on the following 5 strategies to improve my game (and let the results take care of themselves). These tips help me foster the critical sports mindset AND help me with other obstacles I face in life off the court.
Nathanael Zurbruegg: 10 Fast-Action Steps You Can Take Today to Experience Inner Healing and Personal Growth as You Walk through Trial and Hardship
From an incurable chronic illness and medical prognosis “He shouldn’t be able to walk, talk, amount to anything and be death six times by now” to an entrepreneur, award winning global inspirational speaker and victorious mindset mentor
Sharing part of my incredible life story as an inspiration to help people live the unlimited life God has for them.
Helping them to see that difficulties are an investment for a more fulfilment in the long term.
During this organic conversation , we came up with 10 Must Do's when you face trials and hardships:
Tatiana LaBello is a woman’s empowerment speaker & coach with a powerful message to help you when you feel stuck, overwhelmed, or unfulfilled to BREAK THROUGH whatever is holding you back to live the life of your dreams!
Learn to take control of your mind, body and life, and work from the inside out so you can live your life on purpose!
During this organic conversation , we explore the topics of:
LaurieAnn Campbell, award winning author, blogger, and podcaster shares her journey to overcoming her 30-year battle with bulimia nervosa.
According to research from Current Psychiatry Reports Eating disorders, which include bulimia, anorexia, binge-eating, are the most lethal mental health conditions. The Eating Disorders Coalition reports that every 62 minutes, at least one person loses their life as a direct result of an eating disorder.
Is recovery possible?
Long ago, the prevailing thought was that our brains never changed. Whatever number of brain cells we were born with, we would have for life.
If you experienced severe brain injury and damage from drug use, etc., cells would be destroyed, and once brain cells died, there was no way to get more of them.
Not so anymore! Do you know why?
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