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Dec 30, 2019

“The trouble with not having a goal is that you can spend your life running up and down the field and never score.” Bill Copeland

 

High performers set goals not resolutions. They get clear on what they want and spend time reflecting on their wishes and dreams. They write their goals down. They follow through with their goals and keep them in mind during the year.

 

Phrase this Week: I am gritty. I stay focused on where I am going after in 2020. I put in the hours necessary for success.”

Dec 24, 2019

Wes Simmons is the CEP of 3Dimensional Coaching and a national presenter who has delivered workshops to thousands of coaches at every level of sport. From youth sports clubs to college athletic departments, from local school districts to National conventions, from Florida to California, Wes has captured audiences with the 3Dimensional Coaching content while sharing his personal experience of both playing for, and coaching with, a 3D coach.

Wes played college football at Northwest Missouri State University where he started on back-to-back NCAA DII National Championship teams. Upon graduation, he began his coaching career at Northwest while completing his Master’s degree in Athletic Administration. Since that time, his career has shifted from on-field coaching to coaching both athletes and coaches in all areas of life. Along with presenting 3Dimensional Coaching workshops/clinics, Wes serves as an adjunct lecturer at NWMSU where he teaches the 3D Coaching course to graduate students. resides in St. Joseph, MO, where he lives with his wife Amy and their 4 children.

 

In this podcast, Wes and Cindra talk about:

  • The 3 Dimensions of Coaching
  • Why Love is Important in Coaching and Leadership
  • His Definition of Love
  • Ways to Coach Love and the Heart
  • Why Sharing Your purpose and Story is at the Heart of Relationship Building

You can find a full description of the Podcast at cindrakamphoff.com/wes.

Dec 23, 2019

“Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excited you.” Oprah Winfrey

High performers choose positive energy because it makes them & others around them better. They do this by focusing on what they HAVE, not what is missing. They focus on what they can control, not what they cannot control. And the majority of their thoughts/focus is on the present.

 

Power Phrase this Week: “I generate energy and positive momentum. I bring energy in each situation. I am full of enthusiasm, energy, purpose, and happiness.”

Dec 17, 2019

“ Forgiveness is not a one-time thing. Forgiveness is a life-style.” Dr. Martin Luther King

High performers live and let go. They use a practice like Ho’oponopono to judge themselves less and show others compassionate and grace. Ho’oponopono includes 4 phrases: “I’m sorry. Please forgive me. I love you. Thank you.” Listen to learn more.

 

Power Phrase this Week: I let go of resentment and judgement. I free myself of beating myself up and instead, replace it with compassion and grace.”

Dec 14, 2019

Lindsey Hamilton is the Assistant Head of Mental Conditioning of the IMG Institute at IMG Academy in Bradenton, FL where she helps lead, develop, and facilitate several areas in the Mental Conditioning Department. The Mental Conditioning Department oversees the mental skills development of over 1,200 middle school and high school aged student-athletes in 8 sports. She also works with external groups such as professional athletes, military experts, business leaders, and year-round campers. She leads the IMG Institute through developing and delivering High Performance Mindset training to corporate clients, such as VISA, Marriott, and Gatorade.

Growing up, Lindsey was a competitive soccer player in California, where she and her team won 5 State Championship and went on to win 2 National Championships. Following her youth career, Lindsey played collegiate soccer at Chapman University, while also receiving two bachelor's degrees in psychology and sociology.

After graduating, she pursued her love of psychology at Stanford University, where she worked in the social psychology research lab. Years later, she combined her passion for psychology with her appreciation for sport when she pursued her master's degree in Sport and Exercise Science with an emphasis in Sport Psychology from the University of Utah. Lindsey is now pursuing her doctorate in kinesiology from UNC Greensboro. She is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant through the Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) and serves as the Chair of the Student Development Committee. Lindsey currently lives in Florida with her husband, Paul, and her three kids, Benjamin (6), Mark (4), and Nora (2).

In this podcast, Lindsey and Cindra talk about:

  • How the mind and body are not separate
  • 3 Ways to improve confidence along with a specific exercise
  • Her story of failure and what she learned from it
  • Powerful tips for parenting

You can find a full description of the Podcast at cindrakamphoff.com/lindsey.

Dec 7, 2019

Grant Parr, M.A. is a Mental Sport Performance Consultant focusing on high impact and combat sports. His consulting practice uses mental performance techniques and strategies to help athletes and coaches gain a competitive edge in their sport performance. He consults with a wide variety of athletes and sports disciplines including fencing, football, wrestling, martial arts and many others.

Grant’s career in sports began at the age of 7. His fascination with full contact and combat sports led him down an exciting and inspiring career in various sports, including baseball, basketball, soccer, and football. His football career as quarterback spanned 13 years in both high school and college, earning him various awards and accolades. After graduating from California High School, Grant excelled at the collegiate level playing for Chabot Junior College and Sonoma State University. He has a Bachelors degree in Communications – Media Arts and a Master’s degree in Sport Psychology from JFK University. After graduation, Grant spent 17 years in sales in the technology space in the Bay Area before pursuing a career in Sport Psychology.

 

Grant’s enthusiasm for mental performance in sports is not only fueled by his passion as an athlete, coach, and sport performance consultant, but how mental performance translates into life skills.

You can find a full description of the Podcast at cindrakamphoff.com/grant.

You can find Grant at https://www.gamefaceperformance.com/

Dec 3, 2019

Adversity causes some men and women to break; others to break records.”  William Arthur Ward

High performers play to win. They take risks, have courage and put themselves out there. They talk to themselves powerfully and embrace the 3 C: challenge, chances, and confidence.

 

Power Phrase this Week: I play to win in my life and sport. I go for it – challenging myself and believing in my ability to be successful.”

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