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Author: Tola Ogunlewe - Sports Mindset & Performance Coach I Sports Lawyer

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As a young athlete, you face many obstacles before achieving your sports goals. You must master the mental, physical and business aspects of sports as well as have a strategy and plan to achieve your sports goals. Join Sports Performance Coach and Sports Lawyer Tola Ogunlewe as he helps you break these limitations. Every lesson/interview is broken down into simple actionable steps to get you to achieve your sports goals and perform your best as an athlete. This podcast is also for parents who want their children to play professional sports.
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In this episode, we look into the career of Amanda Serrano. She is a professional boxer from Puerto Rico, known for being a multiple-weight world champion, and also won titles in several weight classes throughout her career. She's considered one of the best female boxers in the world.Here are some lessons you can take from his career journey which can be found helpful:1. Never be afraid to challenge the Status Quo: Amanda Serrano's career stands as a testament to fearlessly challenging the status quo in women's boxing. She has shattered barriers across multiple weight divisions, capturing numerous world titles and inspiring a new generation of athletes to redefine what's possible. Thus, never be afraid to challenge the Status Quo because it might be the breakthrough you're seeking. 2. Always come back: Amanda Serrano's career demonstrates remarkable resilience through her ability to consistently "come back" stronger. Overcoming challenges, she has repeatedly returned to the ring, securing numerous world titles across different weight divisions.3. Have a plan for the end: With foresight and determination, Amanda prepares meticulously for each phase, ensuring her legacy extends beyond the ring. As a young athlete, it is very important that you always have plan for the end. If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
Another excerpt from EP 524; The Iceberg of Success in Sports - This is why we are revisiting episode 524 where we talked about how you can highlight the critical role of mindset and mental resilience in overcoming challenges and performing consistently under pressureVisible success, such as winning championships or setting records, represents only a fraction of what contributes to an athlete's achievements. The Iceberg of success is more or less of a depiction of an iceberg. You need to see beyond the surface and look beneath. The Iceberg is just the 10% of your SUCCESS, the remaining 90% is the PROCESS which is beneath the surface of what you're seeing.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
For athletes, success often hinges not just on individual talent but on a supportive network of crucial individuals.In this episode, we will look into the types of people that you need in your career journey to become an elite athlete.1. Someone who knows your journey in and out.2.  You do not want people who do not understand your journey in and out to come in the middle of your pursuit.3. People who approve of where you are trying to go.N/B: You cannot be struggling to breakthrough and you're surrounded by people who are struggling to break-through.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
On today's selects edition of the podcast, we look back at episode 292 on Legendary American Swimmer Mark Spitz, as we explore three lessons from her hall-of-fame career.Mark Spitz is renowned as an American former competitive swimmer who achieved legendary status in the sport. He garnered widespread acclaim by winning seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich, setting a record for the most golds won in a single Olympics at the time. Spitz's dominance in swimming and his impressive record catapulted him to iconic status in Olympic history.See failure as a learning opportunity Here are some lessons you can take from his career journey which can be found helpful1. See failure as a learning opportunity.2. Practice & mentor attitude are more important than talent.3. Work hard earlier in your career.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
"Fame is a vapor, popularity an accident, riches take wings. Only one thing endures and that is character" - Horace Greeley.An athlete's character plays a crucial role in their journey and achievements. It's about their determination in tough times, their honesty in everything they do, and their ability to bounce back from challenges. This kind of integrity not only earns respect but also creates a lasting legacy and inspires others to pursue their dreams with perseverance. Whether they win or lose, an athlete's character shapes how they are remembered and the impact they have on others.Thus, your character matters. It will to places.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
On today's select edition of the podcast, we look back at episode 236 where we talked about "why every young athlete should know their stats". You must understand the role that your STATS play in your development as an athlete.Every athlete must understand all their parameters to succeed in their sporting career. Knowing the demands of your sport enables you to navigate situations effectively, armed with the ideas and tools necessary to achieve your goals.Reasons why every young athlete should know their Stats:- Measurement equals progress.- It benefits your practice.- Numbers do not lie.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
In this episode, we look into the career of American trailblazer - Allison Schmitt.Allison Schmitt is an American competitive swimmer who has won multiple Olympic medals. She's known for her accomplishments in freestyle swimming events, having participated and excelled in several Olympic Games.Throughout her career, she has amassed a total of 8 Olympic medals, including 4 golds, showcasing her exceptional talent and consistency on the world stage.Beyond her athletic achievements, Schmitt has been an advocate for mental health awareness, using her platform to openly discuss personal challenges and support others in seeking help.We will share three lessons from her career journey:1. Potential shines through with time: Allison Schmitt's career demonstrates that potential shines through with time. Starting as a promising young swimmer, her dedication and perseverance led to remarkable success at multiple Olympic Games, showcasing how consistent effort and determination can unlock one's full potential on the world stage. Apply the principle of patience, potential shines through with time. 2. Prepare for the fame of success: From her early days as a competitive swimmer to becoming a multiple Olympic gold medalist, Schmitt's readiness for the spotlight was evident in her ability to handle pressure and perform consistently at the highest levels. 3. Seek collaboration and team work: Allison Schmitt's career highlights the power of teamwork. From collegiate competitions to Olympic success, she excelled in relay events, demonstrating how collaboration enhances individual talent for collective success in swimming and beyond.Partner with an athlete and collaborate with your team in order to success as a young athlete.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send a mail to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
Another excerpt from EP 497 & 896 ; The Devil Is In The Basics Not The Theatrical - This is why we are revisiting episode 497 & 896,  where we talked about repetition and consistency. What are the benefits & what roles does consistency play in your sporting career. All these in these episodes. If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send a mail to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathemail, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
Overzealous sports parents tend to project their ambitions onto their children, often at the expense of the child's autonomy and enjoyment.This episode will reflect on whether you're negatively interfering with your child's sporting activities.Being an overzealous sports parent often involves pushing a child too hard in athletics, sometimes to the detriment of their enjoyment and well-being. You know, this behavior can manifest in excessive pressure to perform, constant criticism, or intense involvement in every aspect of their child's sports life. It may stem from good intentions to see their child succeed, but it can lead to burnout, stress, and a strained parent-child relationship. Here are signs that you might be an overzealous sports parent:- It is more about You than it is about your Child.- Your attention is only on the result.- You're quick to talk about your child's sporting exploit.- You don't have much connection with your child outside of sport.- You protect them from adversity.So as a parent, balancing support with allowing the child to develop their interests and pace is crucial for fostering a healthy athletic experience.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
On today's selected edition of the podcast, we look into the career of Conor McGregor, an Irish mixed martial artist and boxer, famous for his achievements in the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship).McGregor is Known for his knockout power, precision striking, and extravagant personality.  Despite his eventual loss in a fight with Floyd Mayweather Jr. McGregor continues to be a dominant force in MMA, and his influence extends beyond the octagon, shaping the future of combat sports and entertainment. Here are the takeaways from this episode that can be helpful- Always analyze your performance in sports.- You need to be constantly improving.- McGregor's Returns: Fueled by determination, marked by resilience, crowned with victory even after experiencing setbacks.Note: These takeaways cannot replace listening to the episode itself, also listen to our previous episode about Conor McGregor at Episode 11 & 70So listen and enjoyIf you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
"More is lost by indecision than wrong decision" - Marcus Cicero.This shows the critical importance of decisiveness in every aspect of an athlete careers. Whether it's committing fully to training, making split-second decisions during competitions, or choosing career paths, hesitation can often be more detrimental than making an occasional wrong move. One of the fear most athlete have when it comes to performance is the fear of making mistakes, and one of the way of making mistake is through wrong decisions.Athletes who act decisively learn and adapt quickly, seizing opportunities and pushing themselves further towards success. In contrast, those who hesitate may find themselves stagnant or missing out on chances for growth and achievement. Thus, embracing decisive action can often lead to greater progress and fulfillment in the dynamic world of sports.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send a mail to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
Many athletes may not invest in themselves due to various reasons such as financial constraints, lack of awareness about the benefits, or simply prioritizing short-term gains over long-term development.Investing in oneself as an athlete involves committing time, effort, and resources into training, education, and wellness. Investment is not in money alone, but in time, energy, focus & attention.Below are some of the reasons why athletes aren't investing in theirselves.1. Fear of failure2. You believe in low effort and high reward.3. You don't believe in yourself enough.4. You do not understand the concept of investment.5. You think you have time It's crucial for athletes to recognize the value of self-investment not just for immediate gains but for sustainable success in their sport.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send a mail to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
In this episode, we look into the career of well-known New Zealand rugby union player - Portia Woodman-Wickliffe.She is particularly celebrated for her achievements in rugby sevens, where she has been a key player for the New Zealand women's national team. Woodman-Wickliffe is renowned for her speed, agility, and scoring ability, making her a standout figure in women's rugby.We will share three lessons from her career journey:1. Play similar sport.2. The only luck is in opportunity 3. There are no excuses in success.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
Another excerpt from EP 947; The Role of an Agent Beyond Transfers in the sports industry - This is why we are revisiting episode 947 where we talked about the relationship between footballers and agent, what roles does agent play, how can footballers identify the right agent, what athlete should look for in an agent and many more.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send a mail to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
During the off-season or summer break, athletes should prioritize several key activities to maintain their physical and mental well-being and improve their performance.In this select edition, we will share five key things athletes should do during the off season or summer break.1. You need to assessed how the previous season went2. You need to mentally start on course.3. You need to stay fit.4. You do not need to over-train.5. You need to map out your goals for the next season.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
On today's selects edition of the podcast, we look back at the episode 256 on Legendary Skier - Lindsey Vonn,  as we explored three lessons from her hall of fame career.Lindsey Vonn is a retired American alpine ski racer. She's widely regarded as one of the greatest skiers of all time, having won numerous championships and Olympic medals throughout her career.Vonn has won four overall World Cup championships and holds the record for the most World Cup wins by a female skier. She's also won three Olympic medals, including a gold medal in the downhill event at the 2010 Winter Olympics in VancouverWe share three lessons from her career journey 1. Sacrifice is an essential in sports: Sacrifice is a fundamental aspect of the athletic journey, requiring athletes to make difficult choices in pursuit of their goals. Lindsey's, sacrifice was a constant companion throughout her skiing career. From countless hours spent training to enduring rigorous physical rehabilitation after injuries. it was these sacrifices that ultimately propelled her to become one of the most successful alpine skiers in history.2. Resilience is key in sports: Lindsey Vonn exemplifies resilience in sports, overcoming injuries and setbacks throughout her skiing career. Despite facing numerous challenges, including multiple knee surgeries, she remained determined and bounced back stronger each time. Vonn's ability to persevere through adversity highlights the importance of resilience in achieving success in both sports and life.3. Mentors can give you more than you realize: Mentors play a pivotal role in shaping an athlete's journey, offering guidance and support that extends far beyond the realm of sport. For Lindsey Vonn, mentors provided invaluable wisdom and encouragement throughout her skiing career.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send a mail to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
"You don't have to be smarter than the rest. You have to be more disciplined than the rest" - Warren Buffett.In sports, it is important that you train, practice, and adhere to a game plan or strategy. Athletes who maintain discipline in their training regimen, follow their coach's instructions, and stay focused on their goals are often more successful in the long run compared to those who rely solely on natural talent or sporadic efforts. To be an elite athlete, you have to be disciplined; Discipline means consistency, focus, sticking to your diet, placing attention on things that are important, etc. This will push you ahead of your competitors and give you an edge.Just like in investing, where discipline can lead to long-term success, in sports, discipline can lead to improved performance and better results over time.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
On today's select edition of the podcast, we look back at episode 221, where we discussed five emotions everywhere athletes will experience in sports.For you to become prepared and handle these emotions, you need to be accustomed with the emotion prior to you experiencing these emotions. These are the pre-performance routine and post-performance routine.1.  The feeling of Joy.2.  Uncertainty 3.  Stress 4.  Accomplishment 5.  Relief There's more when you listen to this episode so do well to listen. If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
In this episode, we look into the career of Diede De Groot. She is indeed a notable Dutch wheelchair tennis player from Netherland. She's known for her remarkable skill and has won numerous Grand Slam titles, including Wimbledon and the US Open. De Groot has consistently been ranked among the top wheelchair tennis players in the world.Diede De Groot's dominance in wheelchair tennis is evident through her consistent performances at major tournaments.Here are some lessons you can take from her career journey which can be found helpful:1. Take advantage of your disabilities: Despite facing physical challenges, De Groot has not only embraced her disability but has also used it as a catalyst for her remarkable achievements in wheelchair tennis. Instead of allowing her wheelchair to limit her aspirations, she has harnessed her unique perspective and abilities to become one of the top players in her sport.2. The higher you go, the more complicated it can be:As you climb higher towards your goals, the journey often becomes more complex. Success brings with it new challenges and responsibilities, requiring careful navigation and adaptability. What may have seemed straightforward at the beginning can quickly evolve into a maze of decisions and uncertainties.3. Find a rival to push you: Throughout Diede De Groot's career in wheelchair tennis, she has found formidable rivals who have propelled her to new heights of excellence. Competing against top players has pushed her to continually refine her skills and strategies, driving her to achieve greater success. These rivals have served as powerful motivators, challenging De Groot to push beyond her limits and consistently raise the bar in her sport.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send a mail to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
Think Fast Act Faster

Think Fast Act Faster

2024-05-3110:38

"The Greatest skill one can develop is decreasing the time between idea and execution" - Dan Koe.Just as in any other endeavor, success in sports often hinges on the rapid execution of well-conceived plansAdditionally, when it comes to improvement, it always start from a thought which will lead to idea. As a young athlete, don't stop at the ideation stage, there is need to ensure your ideas are executed.If you found this episode helpful, share it with a fellow athlete to help them on their quest to achieve their sports goals. Want me to answer your questions here on the show, send an email to friday@athletemaestro.com If you found anything useful on the podcast, please leave a RATING AND REVIEW so other young athletes like yourself can find and benefit from the podcast. To learn how to SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A RATING on the show, head to www.athletemaestro.com/subscribe. For more on Athlete Maestro visit athletemaestro.com Find me on social media Instagram - @tolaogunlewe Twitter - @tolaogunlewesportsperformance, sportsmindset, studentathlete, collegeathlete, eliteathlete
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