E0028 - Building your inner coach (S0002)

February 12, 2022 00:17:34
E0028 - Building your inner coach (S0002)
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E0028 - Building your inner coach (S0002)
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What separates players and people?
 
Why do some people handle adversity better than others and achieve higher levels of success?
 
In this TEDxYouth Talk, Brett tackles these questions by providing insight from championship coaches, a world-renowned performance psychologist, and a surprising ESPN game clip.
 
Brett Ledbetter is the creator of FilmRoomTV.com, a website that features Championship Coaches, Professional Athletes, and Best-Selling Authors that he interviews to educate players, parents, and coaches in the youth space.
 
Brett also works with 200+ athletes on a weekly basis at Ledbetter Academy where they focus on skill development.
 
 

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