The Performance Advantage EP75

Now that everyone knows I'm doing podcasts, I'm getting requests to do an episode on a specific topic. A couple of weeks ago, I was asked to do one on adversity, as a couple of my players were trying to get over a wall that suddenly appeared in their lives. But now that the winter season is rocking, the common theme being asked by these student-athletes is how to play at a higher level consistently. Why do you think that is? Because everyone loves to win a game once in a while, and the only way to do that is by playing at your best. Is there a performance advantage that you have yet to hear about? I hope we'll get closer to answering that question by the end of this episode. Many have made the topic of peak performance their life's work, and I'm going to lean on them to help me out here and share with you some of their most important and impactful findings, with the hope that the wisdom you're about to hear will help you become a little better version of yourself! For the following books I'm going to refer to, please know that I'm only scratching the surface of all the learning nuggets in each title. If something resonates with you from a specific book, I highly encourage you to pick up a copy of your own by the end of this episode and read it. I've put the links to each below. Thanks for stopping by, have a great day, and enjoy the show :) Book Number One One Percent Better A Story About How To Close The Gap From Where You Are To Where You Want To Be By Brian Cain Book Number Two Talent is Overrated What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else By Geoff Colvin Book Number Three David and Goliath Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants By Malcolm Gladwell For more information regarding Coach Lance Pitlick Largest Data-Base Off-Ice Stickhandling, Passing and Shooting Drills In-person lessons with Coach Lance