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No psychobabble, no self-help clichés, no touchy-feely theories. Whether you're striving to get ahead in business or sports, 10-Minute Toughness is the simple and effective mental-training program to help you make the most of what you've got and give you the extra push you need to go the distance. You'll find the competitive edge you have been looking for in this power-packed guide.
Sport psychology consultant Jason Selk offers his potent three-step program to getting focused and staying on target, using just ten minutes of practice per day. He explains exactly what to do and how to do it, coaching you step by step as you learn how to:
Selk has provided unbeatable mental coaching for numerous All-Star professional baseball players, Pro Bowl football players, Hall of Fame coaches, Olympic gold medalists, and other elite athletes, along with the corporate teams of many Fortune 500 companies. He even motivated the St. Louis Cardinals to victory in the 2006 World Series. Now, in 10-Minute Toughness, he makes his scientifically proven routines widely available for the first time. Packed with practical tools, tips, exercises, and activities, it is your complete guide for taking control of your success and beating your opponents-before the competition even gets going.
Jason Selk is the director of sport psychology for the St. Louis Cardinals. He is also the director and owner of Enhanced Performance Inc., which can be found on the Web at www.enhancedperformanceinc.com. He lives in St. Louis, Missouri.
Repetitive and unscientific. I liked some of the motivational aspects, but this was not what the book jacket promised.Published 3 months ago by daniel a jones
I'm currently reading this one. There are exercises involved which you need to do if the book is to be effective.Published 4 months ago by L.G.
This books teaches great strategies to sharpen your mind when it comes to competition. A must read for someone wanting to get that edge in sport and life!Published 4 months ago by Kyle Swaffield
What I like most about this book is that Selk takes the points he is making and consolidates them into a simple, compact routine, so the lessons are something that I can practice. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Zach Pugh
Regardless of what you read about this it is 90% sports focus. You can apply this anywhere, but he offers a paucity of translation help. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tony Sherman