Hi, my name is Greg Dale. I’m the Director of Sport Psychology and Leadership Programs for Duke University.
During the past eighteen years of paying attention to the mindset and decision-making of high achieving student-athletes, I’ve learned that they all invest in their mental toughness as much as their physical strength.
Here are 5 common habits of highly recruitable student-athletes:
Habit #1: Self-ConfidenceHigh achieving student-athletes are confident in who they are as a student, an athlete and a person. Habit #2: FocusHigh achieving student-athletes are single-mindedly focused on their goals, dreams and routines. They block out all distractions.Habit #3: PersistenceHigh achieving student-athletes pursue their goals and dreams relentlessly. They overcome adversity.Habit #4: Self-EducationHigh achieving student-athletes pursue knowledge everyday. Habit #5: Action-OrientedHigh achieving student-athletes pursue activities that help them move continuously forward to achieve their goals and dreams.
Sign up for my for workshop at the University of Massachusetts on July 18, 2019 and ignite your leadership potential that will set you apart from your peers with sought-after skills that attract top coaches and recruiters.