Why Don’t Coaches Do More Mental Game Training? [ honest question ]
I saw a tweet the other day that got me thinking again about the insane gap between the importance of the mental game and the energy we put into training and developing it.
Everyone knows it’s the key to performing at our highest level. It’s at least 50% of what it takes to succeed. But virtually no one puts anywhere near that amount of time and energy into working on it.
It really is pretty crazy when you think about it.
Anyway, that’s what I talk about in this post—why don’t we give the mental game the attention it deserves?
P.S. As you’ll hear, I am super interested in hearing your thoughts on this question. So please do take a moment to drop me a note and let me know. Thanks!