Did you know, in addition to coaching, speaking and writing, I am in sales?
I actually have the most difficult sales job—I sell people on themselves.
Let me explain…
I feel that the biggest sickness in this country is low self-esteem. Many people don’t believe in themselves, or feel that success is possible.
“I can’t beat that player.”
“I can’t start my own business.”
“I can’t get good grades.”
I was coaching a high school tennis player the other day and by the end of the lesson, he was a totally different player.
I didn’t work on his technique much at all.
I worked on his attitude, effort and reactions to situations. I was selling him on himself.
In my recent TEDxPrincetonLibrary talk, I spoke about the greatest joke.
The greatest joke is the one-liner we keep telling ourselves. A limiting belief.
You can only become as good as your self-image.
What’s YOUR self-image?
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Director of Mental Conditioning
Monroe Sports Center