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Boot Camps

The Bootcamp focuses on one topic and offers tools that will assist athletes in overcoming

Do You Really Want to Change?

Believe it or not, it is pretty common for someone to become consciously convinced that they want changes in their life, that if they get those changes, they will be happy and feel fulfilled. However, subconsciously, they are working to keep everything exactly as it always has been.

People go through the processes to achieve changes, such as starting a new project, signing up for a new course, or signing up for a personal improvement program, only to constantly find insurmountable challenges as they approach a start date preventing them from moving forward.

Why would people do that?


Fear is the prime reason that most people don’t follow through.

Fear of what?

  • Fear of success
  • Fear of failure
  • Fear of what others might think, say, or do
  • Or all of the above

They are probably unhappy, unmotivated, and unfulfilled. They know what they need to do but never manage to get it done. They live almost entirely in their heads, planning, buying, and desiring but never actually completing the task.

This vicious cycle of starting and then stopping can cause low resilience, confidence, self-esteem, and high anxiety levels. Not completing what they planned reinforces their subconscious desire to keep everything the same, no matter how good a new future might look.

Does this scenario sound familiar to you? If so, what can you do about it?

Is There a Solution? 

One of the best ways to break this pattern is to help someone in need. Perhaps try volunteer work, where your help, energy, and support, are essential.

In this volunteer work, consider how you have a responsibility to others, where you cannot possibly let down those who depend on you. That way, you are not working for your own rewards, but for someone who requires help.

Helping others increases your self-esteem, puts you in a place of happiness, and helps you reduce anxiety levels. You feel you are achieving something greater in life. 

Make a Decision and Take Action

Practicing this, you’ll come to realize that when you make a decision and take action, you move forward.

You’ll also recognize that doing things for someone else allows you to use your talents in a way that perhaps you never did while working for yourself.  

When you find purpose in all that you do, you will also realize that the fear that was stopping you before is gone long ago, that you are taking your power back, and now you can feel a sense of fulfillment in your work.

Through helping others, you’ll come to understand that it doesn’t even matter if you make a wrong decision. You can always make another decision and take action and correct it, always moving, evolving, and creating. 

The important thing is that you keep making decisions and taking action. It’s the most effective way to change things.

The most significant changes will be the ones you experience yourself; however, it may still take others to point them out. You have talents and gifts, and perhaps you are not aware of them until you see other people’s lives improved because of your actions.

That’s when you’ll get to see your true, authentic self show up in your smile as you look forward to finally being able to start creating the life you desire.

Group Coaching

A 60 minutes group session designed to connect athletes in different geographical locations. Designed to


Sports coaching one-to-one is a 60-minute session, the focus is on identifying and developing opportunities


Programs are available for individuals or teams. A program is an extended coaching path. Often,athletes


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