Overcome Obstacles with Attitude – Brian Cain

Mental performance coach Brian Cain says, your only obstacle may be attitude and changing your perspective can also help overcome obstacles like covid.

Brian Cain is a mental toughness coach who has stood in the corner of many Champions in the MMA, NHL, NFL, MLB, NBA, Olympic and US College systems and is also a sort after keynote speaker.

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Among the best in the business, he works with athletes and franchises not only to improve mental performance and resilience but teaches mastery over the mind.

He is all about attitude and peak performance, so much so, in this high energy video, he delivers a key message of what he calls, MOOMBA disease.

“My Only Obsticle May Be Attitude.” and shares some tools individuals may use to help them overcome the Covid pity party.

He shares 10 pillars to peak mental performance for not only athletes, but tips that can help everyone overcome obstacles in every day life.

0:00 Introduction
1:10 Attitude is a decision
3:27 Adversity is your advantage
5:20 Event plus response equals outcome
7:05 Negative attitude (MOOMBA disease)
10:25 Get in the game
14:25 Growth mindset vs Fixed Mindset
18:10 10 Pillars of Mental Performance Mastery

Visit www.briancain.com for more details of mastery courses for coaches and athletes.

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