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Aug 13, 2015

EPISODE FEATURED GUEST: DR. ROBERT BELL

Dr. Rob Bell was the assistant professor of sports psychology at Ball State. He has caddied on the PGA tour, so he obviously provides some expert insight that we haven’t had yet on the podcast. He is also a mental game coach; a mental toughness guy who works with PGA tours and PGA tour winners. Dr. Rob Bell actually worked with the 2013 USTA National Champion, which is the United States Tennis Association. This tenner player was the first unranked player to actually win a national championship. Dr. Rob has also even worked with the University of Notre Dame. He has three books out on Amazon right now: The Hinge; Mental Toughness; and No Fear. He’s currently working on a book coming out this fall called Don’t Should on your Kid.

IN THIS PODCAST EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:

  • How and why you should respond and not react in all aspects of life.

  • Dr. Rob’s favorite quotes: Be an athlete-don’t get all caught up

    • Confidence is king, and focus is queen

  • How Dr. Rob puts his clients under pressure at the beginning to see what type of person they are and how they play and what kind of mental toughness they have.

    • Learn what your demon is.

  • One of his favorite drills is to have clients start with making 100 3-footers in a row.

  • The difference between those that are successful and amateurs isn’t that they don’t mess up; it’s that they don’t let it bother them. They believe they’ll get that shot back.

  • It’s not about the setback, it’s about the comeback.

  • Choke in practice so you can familiarize yourself with the feeling so you don’t do it in actual play.

  • Get comfortable with what makes you uncomfortable

  • Dr. Rob’s book recommendation: Putting out of your Mind.

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