Archive | September, 2007

How To Lower Your Golf Score And Increase Your Sales

A number of years ago, I gave a few seminars on how salespeople  could play better golf and improve their selling by employing  specific mental  approaches.  This topic was well received by the companies and the employees.  I am curious if there is any interest in this topic again.   Let me know if you are […]

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Sports Psychology: How To Stop Blood Doping In Sports

Here are the thoughts I noted during my recent tv interview on the Canadian Broadcasting Company.                                     How To Really Stop Blood Doping In Sports                Recently, The Tour De France bicycle race was in the headlines because Floyd Landis apparently broke the rules by using blood doping to enhance his performance. […]

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Nice Sports Blog

My blog now has link to a nice sports blog. Check it out at:  http://sportsblogs.org/

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Doping In Sports: Canadian Broadcasting Company Interview

Here is the link which summarizes this interview: http://www.prweb.com/printer.php?prid=555734

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How To Stop Blood Doping In Sports

Recently, The Tour De France bicycle race was in the headlines becauseFloyd Landis apparently broke the rules by using blood doping to enhancehis performance. Last weekend, I was interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Company,because they wanted my thoughts and opinions on the blood doping. The otherexpert, a British professor, was in favor of blood doping […]

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Sports, Sports Psychology: Blood Doping Sports

Today I was interviewed by the Canadian Broadcasting Company regarding my thoughts on what ought to be  done about doping in sports.  I will be posting an article  summarizing my comments shortly.

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Sports And Anger Management For Athletes

A number of coaches have told me that managing anger is an issue for many of their players on and off the playing field.  I have written articles on violence in sports and  lectured on this in the past.  Here is a link to one of those articles. http://www.stayinthezone.com/news/162.htm  I am considering doing a Free […]

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Sports Psychology: Helping A Young Tennis Player

Last week, I got a call from a talented young tennis player who was in a bad slump. I gave her some simple strategy tips and mental tips. She won the whole tournament and only lost 5 games. Small changes can produce big results, sometimes.

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Advertising On My Blog

A few people have asked about advertising on my blog. Approximately, 15,000 people visit my web site monthly. To start to advertise on my blog, I will charge $200-300 per month.  If you have any questions, contact me at info@stayinthezone.com or Call me at 201 342-3663.

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GMAT And Test Anxiety

Lots of patients have contacted me regarding test anxiety pertaining to the GMAT.  Apparently, this exam creates stress for a lot of students. I teach these people how to stay relaxed, confident and focused for the exam.  I also teach them how to study, prepare and train for the exam in a wise and effective […]

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Test Anxiety: Do You Or Your Child Suffer From Test Anxiety

     Many of the performance enhancement techniques that I teach can be helpful for people who suffer with test anxiety.   Here are some thoughts on test anxiety and what  can be done to treat this problem.    Do You Or Your Child Suffer From Test Anxiety?              “My daughter is very bright, but she panics […]

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Sports Psychology, Tennis: What Makes Roger Federer So Special

Roger Federer has several things going for him that seem to set him apart from the other players. First, he is better at elevating his game in key situations than is anyone I have ever watched on a tennis court. He can switch his game into another gear when the situation calls for it. Second, he […]

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Sports Psychology: Getting Your Mind Into Another Gear

If you watch great athletes, like Roger Federer, you will discover that they have the capacity to take their game to that next level.  It is as if the have another gear that they move into.  How do they do this? Chapter 19 on my Stay In The Zone program shows you how to do […]

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Some New Thoughts On Sport Psychology And The Zone

Roy Palmer was kind enough to send me a copy of his book on the zone.  He has many interesting and useful ideas in this work and he shares many of my thoughts on the zone.  I hope that I can meet Roy face to face some time and share some more thoughts on this […]

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Sports Psychology: Justine Henin A Remarkable Athlete

Justin Henin is a petite and tenacious tennis players who is able to conquer opponents who are physically bigger with her speed, quickness, focus and mental toughness. She demonstrates over and over again that timing and technique can overcome brawn.  Justine Henin is a joy to watch and is an ispiration to male and female […]

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Sports Psychology And Steroid Use

Several years ago, a high school athlete who was using steroids came to see me for counseling.  I treated him in much the same way that I treat other addictions.  After he stopped using the steroids, he was very open to strategies and techniques that can help athletes to learn how to use their minds […]

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