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Do you want to ACHIEVE mental mastery in sports and life?

Tiffany’s goal is to help people focus on building mental strength and enhancing performance through practical exercises and visualization techniques. Discover the difference between mental health and mental strength, learn key strategies for coping with pressure, and explore how mindfulness and goal-setting can elevate your game.

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Tiffany's book:
Golfing with Your Eyes Closed

Visualize yourself on the green. Smell the freshly mown grass, feel the leather grip in your hands, see the ball sinking into the hole. Mental rehearsal is used by golf's greatest athletes to give them the edge. Now you can get that same winning edge with this unique mental training program for golfers at all levels. Golfing with Your Eyes Closed is filled with practical exercises, key points, and pro tips--to build mental strength and take your game to the next level.

You'll turn visualization into reality as you:

  • Build muscle memory with imagery practice

  • Turn nervous energy into powerful performance

  • Avoid choking under pressure

  • Regain composure after mistakes

  • Develop a consistently positive mindset

Bite-Sized advice from A MENTAL PERFORMANCE Coach

Difference Between
Sport Psychologist and Mental Performance Coach

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The field of applied sport psychology includes a variety of practitioners, whose titles range from Mental Skills Coach to Mental Performance Consultant to High Performance Coach to Sport Psychologist. Many of these titles are synonymous, but the term “psychologist” is reserved for those with clinical licensure in treating mental illness. The term sport psychologist is often used to describe mental performance coaches, but most mental performance professionals are not clinical therapists. As a mental performance coach, I personally am trained in sport and athlete psychology (but not a psychologist) and am an expert in guiding performers to achieve mental mastery. 

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Difference Between Mental Strength and Mental Health

Mental health refers to an individual's emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It encompasses a person's ability to manage stress, cope with challenges, maintain healthy relationships, and make sound decisions. Mental health can be influenced by various factors, including genetics, life experiences, social support, and access to mental health services. Mental health exists on a continuum, ranging from optimal well-being to various degrees of distress or mental illness.

Mental strength evolves from cognitive abilities and strategies that individuals use to manage their thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. These skills can be developed and honed through practice and training. Mental skills are often associated with performance enhancement in different areas of life, including sports, academics, work, and personal relationships. Some common mental skills include: Visualization, Self-Talk, Energy Regulation, Intentional Breathing, Goal Setting, and Mindfulness.

 

To understand the subtle difference between mental strength and mental health, let’s think about physical strength and physical health. Building muscles in the gym will make you physically stronger. Building mental skills like visualization, breathing, and self-talk will increase your mental strength to perform with confidence. Building physical and mental strength can also improve overall wellness, but may not protect you from suffering ill health, like the flu or anxiety. And, the opposite is true: you can be mentally healthy but lack the skills to maintain composure under pressure. 

 

The bonus is this: Building mental and physical strength can help build mental and physical health and protect against illness. We’ve all heard that physical exercise protects us from heart disease, diabetes, obesity, and more. Mental strength training can likewise help protect us from the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and the like. Reaching out to a mental performance coach to hone these life skills is not a sign of weakness; it is a sign of curiosity, readiness to learn, and strength. 

Mindset Reset

Mental Confidence Workshop Given to Tri-State Alpine Ski Racers 2/15/24

Ready to achieve mental mastery? Learn more about Tiff's services.

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