Patrick J. Cohn, Ph.D. Profile and Articles

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1). Building an Internal Desire to Win

Talks about how to build internal desire to win and gives some examples
In my work with athletes, I have learned that there are many differe

2). Crunch-Time Coaching Tactics for Coaches

A coachís behavior (overt of covert) can have an influence on the attitude and performance of the team coming down the home stretch or an athlete

3). Dealing with Feelings of Intimidation

Q & A about how to deal with an intimidating coach.
Question of the Month:

How do you deal with a young athlete who is intimidated by

4). Getting Back on Track When Sidetracked

Good results will come from doing your job well in the process. Donít set yourself up for failure by projecting outcomes or final results.

5). Keeping Your Mind Focused on the Task

Learn how to get into a zone focus and focus on the process
Often in my work, athletes forget that winning come from taking care of the proc

6). Recognizing Signs of Stress

Stress is a part of everyday life for athletes. The good news is that not all stress is bad stress. In the right amount, stress helps you focus be

7). Replace Unrealistic Expectations with Lofty Goals

With expectations, you presume many things such as how well you should play, how many errors you can make, and how smart you should play. Itís do

8). Staying Composed Under Pressure

Learning how to stay composed under pressure is key to performing your best in any situation. Whether itís an important match or a business meetin

9). The Three Rís for Getting Refocused

Donít set yourself up for failure by projecting outcomes or final scores. Thinking about outcomes wonít help you execute the current play or shot

10). Trust Your Natural Ability

The ability to perform naturally and instinctively is critical to performing well. The reason why you practice is so you can trust your game when


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