#58 Decoding Human Potential with Steven Kotler

#58 Decoding Human Potential with Steven Kotler

Episode #58 Decoding Human Potential with Steven Kotler of Flow Research Collective

EVER BEEN "ON FIRE" or "IN THE ZONE"... How does it happen.. Can you trigger it whenever you want?

Looking to find that state of flow where you're performing your best? 
Listen to this bestselling author and 2x Pulitzer nominee.

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Video episode @ https://youtu.be/8YA0_uDT7Rg

#48 Dr. Ben HOULTBERG on How Michael Phelps' Rehab Trip Can Teach You Lessons

#48 Dr. Ben HOULTBERG on How Michael Phelps' Rehab Trip Can Teach You Lessons


Expert GamePlan Session | November 21, 2016 

Important Links

Hope Sports Email: ben@hopesports.org 

Thrive Center Email: bhoultberg@fuller.edu

Bonus Video

Study Info & Link

This is a link to a study that is being done by Dr. Ben Houltberg on emotional health and athletic performance. The link is to an online and confidential questionnaire that will take between 15-25 to complete. Your individual information will not be shared and all results will be presented for larger groups to protect the identity of participants. You will be compensated 10$ for your time or have the opportunity to donate the 10$ to a charity. By clicking on the link you can read more about the study. You Must be 18 years old and older and be currently competing in a sport. Thank you so much for considering being a part of the study.  
http://fullersop.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_eJM14l4bW1KarD7

 

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#8 How To Be Recruited & Play For A Top Coach with Chris Poole

#8 How To Be Recruited & Play For A Top Coach with Chris Poole

SUMMARY: Volleyball coach from Florida State University. Coached Arkansas first, Elite 8 appearance , D1 Final Four, Rank 4 in the nation, acc conference best.

Quotes from Chris

“My motto that i live by !Q:“Every choice you make have consequences”@4:23,
whether it is in decision in job, life, the same way that i am raising my son and my daughter, they talk to me about things and i have repeated that many times when they were young and now when they are older.First i made decisions for them, that is what i am doing with my players also, we are trying to be prepared every year , every decision they made it is all critical, there is gonna be consequences, good positive, and negative for them.”


“In high school i realized that i really enjoy athletics, it is something that i wanted to do with my life , in the college i got in touch with boys and girls club. even when i was in college i started to coach and getting involved in teams”@6:40

!Q:“I had sucess, and i think that success was tight to that i am very committed and dedicated i am trying to learn, i was like that as player and i bring same attitude to coaching”@6.45

“My rise was the matter that i was humble when i was the young man , reaching people to learn , and i enjoy learning , i do not believe that there is one way of doing things , i do believe that if you keep an open mind, you are capable of pulling things from different peoples, and learn from different sources. “@10min

!RJO:”Who has been most influential in your life up until this point and what is the moment when you realize that they were?”
“Support of my parent, but they support was so critical in everything that i done. Graduating and becoming coach was not popular in 1980.

!RJO:”What types of things you do when students are preparing to come to your school, and while are there especially 1st year to try to get them to that level so that they do not regret 4 years of learning lessons?”

!RJO: “What do see for being a main difference between international players and your American players?”@16.40
“Internationals players tends to be a little more mature....

listen to the episode for more.