Average people hope they will be great one day. Hope is not a strategy.
The journey from average to excellent requires you to be intentional.
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“Example isn’t another way to teach. It is the only way to teach.” – Albert Einstein
Everyone wants to win on game day. Only a few are willing to put in the work to win everyday.
The game is won or lost with the mind before it is ever played with the body. Elite performers understand this. They spend as much time preparing their mind as they do their body.
The world has more information about improving your performance than ever before.
Parents, coaches, and players crave this information, but in today’s world of information overload where do you even start.
I have spent the past 20 years trying to help others become the best version of themselves possible.
Everyday, I see kids and adults spinning their wheels in their effort to improve. They are trying as hard as they can. They simply don’t know where to find better strategies.
I knew there had to be a better way for people to to find accurate and helpful self-improvement information. That is why I started writing The Opposite Project newsletter.
Each week, I look for the best articles, research, and books about Confidence, Composure, and Consistency.
I strip away all of the fluff, pick out the crucial details, and then share the wisdom with you in an easy to understand and use format.
Who is this newsletter for?
- Parents who want to help their kids
- Coaches who want to help their team
- Players who want to maximize their potential
- Anyone who wants to be better than average
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Here’s to finding your Competitive Excellence!
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