Confidence in Sports 

If there’s one thing I hear most often in requests from athletes, it’s wanting more confidence. Tommy Lasorda,
Hall of Fame coach of the LA Dodgers said that confidence is the absolute “key to
performance
.”

Every hear of Hall of Famer Ozzie Smith, St. Louis Cardinals All-star shortstop? At the height of his career, he
came to see a hypnotist friend of mine… for confidence.

Confidence generally comes from having past successful performances. That comes about through competitive drive
and persistence. You CAN create confidence from scratch and you CAN increase what you have very easily.

Hi Craig,
Just thought I’d let you know how it has been going for XXXX……….amazing !! He started high school
baseball and summer ball as the youngest with all the skills but that “deer in headlights” look,
which was hard for him to overcome…….and now …..wow ! So cool ! Confidence and belief !! Last
night……9 inning game, put in in the 6th we were up 3 but the bases were loaded and he struck out
the first 2 batters…….top of the line up !! He’s 16 and these guys are seniors and some community
college players……..

Thanks for having your skills to bring this to people……….I have been handing out our cards and hope
some clients will come your way through us !

Gina T, Brier, Wa

When I was in High School, I was the smallest boy in the entire school for 2 years. At 16, I was 5′ tall, barely
able to see over the dashboard while I drove and hadn’t gone through puberty. I was seriously lacking in
confidence. In order to survive, I used my mind and helped some bigger kids with their homework and understanding
the subjects in class.  They were my bodyguards but that didn’t stop comments like: “How’s the weather down
there?”

Kids are so mean to each other and I regularly soaked up such negativity about my stature. This imprinting which
started way before high school, carried over into adulthood. Here I am managing a $30 million operation with 40
employees lives in my hands and I still felt like that little kid who got picked on.

This lack of true confidence hurt my managing skills and personal life for many years until I discovered how to
erase it from my mind and body.

Confidence in sports obviously happens right after a big win. It’s always easier to do something that you’ve
done before.  But what do you do when you’ve never actually won anything before?

You teach your unconscious (subconscious) mind how to be it using it’s communication modes to bypass the
blockages.  First you must remove the blockages and then formulate a rationale that is acceptable to the
unconscious mind.

One thing I hear often from athletes who want confidence in sport is that the athlete is a humble, gentle person
and they are afraid that they might somehow lose that if they become agressive or too confident.

That could be called “arrogant” and there is no reason unstoppable confidence can’t go with being a good
person…so let go of that fear.

I am always working on increasing my confidence and so should you…

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Hi Craig! I was in the zone before every race. I turned in a life time best and a junior national qualifying time which got me to 1st place in the 200 meter butterfly! Ali Abadi, Seattle Wa

 

Hi Craig, During my marathon, I set a  personal best by several minutes even though conditions were  very difficult. Kayla Gilbertson, Redmond, WA

 

What is significant is that I find myself easily getting in the zone  Ken Blevins,  Arlington, VA

 

Craig, Wow!..Confidence and belief !!  He's 16 and these guys are seniors and some community college players… Gina T., (parent) Brier, WA 

 

Craig, ...attached are her stats. As you can see she is leading the team with the hitting. Dale Egan (parent), Bellevue Wa 

 

Craig... Bowling I have gone from a 187 ave, to 197. Golf, I am a 20  handicap now from  a 23 in just  six weeks  of using this program. Larry Stiles, Somerset MA 

 

Craig, the reason I write to you is simply that I shot my first 80 last week!! Kevin Sullivan, Vancouver, BC

 

Craig can take you to places you once thought were unachievable. Joe Galus, Everett, Wa

 

Craig,
Since doing the hypnosis last summer, I broke  80 3 times within 6 weeks and this season have a 78 and a 79 in the last 3 weeks. Bob Ainsworth

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