Team

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Developing mental toughness mindsets requires proven strategies. Programs are designed to take your performance to a new level. When the going gets tough does your team get going?

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Athlete

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Have your own mental toughness coach in your corner. A comprehensive assessment and training plan are included. There are flexible meeting times on or off the field.

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BootCamp

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Online mental game "boot camp" seminars make getting mentally tough, convenient, affordable and effective.

Stop New Year's resolutions and start goal achievement, commitment and success in 2014! Next series starts 11/25/13.

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On a Mission

Athlete, musician, dancer, race-car driver, stage performers and businessmen and women need the same mental game skills to achieve peak performance. Mindset for Performance is devoted to helping individuals and teams achieve peak performance consistently in all areas of life. Mentally tough individuals find ways to succeed; they find ways to overcome barriers; find ways to be consistent performers; and find ways to do the right things at the right times. My mission is to teach and coach those skills to everyone who chooses to seek peak performances on a consistent basis – regardless of their chosen endeavor.

Mission Accomplished: "Just finished. Solid swims. Executed everything. I'm on the team! Thank you so much." Monica V. - member of US national synchronized swim team.
Mission Accomplished: "I'm a national champion. I got Gold! I practiced everything we've been doing." - Susan Adams-Loyd - Indoor Track & Field National 400 meter Champion & 60 meter Bronze medalist (55)
Mission Accomplished: "Jim achieved his goal of becoming the SKUSA S5 Shifter National Champion! He overcame adversity and near crashes but was able to refocus, persist and be just as mentally tough as he was physically tough." Mike McKinney - Parent of Jim McKinney - National Champion

Mission Accomplished Times Three: "Good news: I ran a half marathon in Golden Gate Park Sunday and clocked 1:35:49, a personal best. Last year at the same race I ran 1:39:50. Four minutes! I credit my newfound mental strength. I wasn't as fit as last year, but less afraid of risk and pain. Thank you!" Update 10/12 - "I realized I could get in under 1:35 if I pushed to hold that 7 minute pace so did. Lots of talking to myself to stay relaxed, just hold it together. So I feel my greatest lessons continue to be mental." - Michelle Hamilton


Mission Accomplished: "My first podium finish in a national level race! I drove aggressive and stayed focused!" - Jim McKinney - National Rank #1
Mission Accomplished: "I feel like I have no limits and I plan to turn pro in MMA within the next year. I wouldn't be able to do this without the mental game coaching of Dean Hebert." - Nolan Hyland
Mission Accomplished:"Scotty won the whole camp! He is on the "A" team for Canada thanks for your help! " - Jay - Parent of youth elite cyclist

Champion.