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Feb 24, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Cindra Kamphoff talks about how the World’s Best in every field have a short-term memory of their mistakes and a long-term memory of their successes. Moving on quickly after a mistake helps us be confident and become or remain a high performer. You can use the strategy Cindra talks about in this episode (Learn, Burn, Return) to move on quickly from a mistake taking the lesson and remaining confident. 

Phrase this Week: “I learn and burn having a short term memory of my mistakes.” 

Quote of the Week: “Failure is an event, never a person; an attitude, not an outcome; a temporary inconvenience; a stepping stone. Our response to it determines just how helpful it can be.” Zig Ziglar  

 
 

 

Feb 21, 2021

“The little things… The little moments…They aren’t little.” John Kabat Zinn

The things that make me different are the things that make me.” Winnie the Poo

“You can’t know for certain if it’s a bad round until the round’s over. Let go of the poor result you had on the last hole and you have a lot better chance of enjoying the hole you’re playing now.” Dr. Joseph Parent

Today’s guest is Dr. Joe Parent who is an expert in Performance Psychology and Applied Mindfulness working with athletes, actors, artists, and executives. His books have sold more than one million copies. In the field of athletic performance, he has the singular distinction of coaching both a man (Vijay Singh) and a woman (Cristie Kerr) to #1 in the World Golf Ranking. Golf Digest magazine honored Dr. Parent in their list of “Top Mental Game Experts” in the world.

​​Dr. Joe’s international best-seller, Zen Golf: Mastermind the Mental Game, introduced mindfulness as the foundation for excellence in golf and has sold more than a half-million copies. Reviews call it “highly original and exciting, a book that has become a classic. In my list of top golf books of all time.”

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Other popular golf books authored by Dr. Parent include, Zen Golf: The Art of the Mental Game, and How to Make Every Putt. He has also written Zen Tennis: Playing in the Zone and his book, The Best Diet Book Ever: The Zen of Losing Weight, is a meta-diet of mindfulness and habit change includes powerful tools for changing your relationship to food and eating.

Dr. Parent's most recent work is A Walk in the Wood: Meditations on Mindfulness with a Bear named Pooh. This Disney Editions publication is introducing Dr. Parent’s unique Values-Based Mindfulness teachings to a new generation.

In this episode, Dr. Joe and Dr. Cindra discuss

  • His PAR System of Continuous Improvement
  • What he see the best in the world doing
  • How mindfulness is a state of being and a practice
  • How your mind can be like a time machine and what to do about it
  • His NINJA System of Behavior Change
  • Why you need to give up control to get control

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TO FIND MORE ABOUT DR. JOE: https://www.drjoeparent.com/

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Feb 17, 2021

Dr. Cindra Kamphoff talks about in this episode about the importance of looking for the opportunity even in the most difficult situations. When we experience 3 to 1 empowering emotions we thrive, hence looking for the opportunity is essential to our health, happiness and performance. In the workplace, we should strive for closer to a 6 to 1 ratio to build a high-performing team which we discuss. 

Power Phrase this Week: “I choose empowering emotions and a positive perspective today.” 

 

Quote of the Week: Christopher Reeve, said “A hero is an ordinary individual who finds the strength to preserver and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles.”  

 

Feb 9, 2021

In this episode, Dr. Kamphoff talks about how you decide the meaning you provide to every difficulty or challenge. The key is to be consciously aware of the meaning you place on an event. When you see challenges as happening for you, you choose grit and your potential. When you see challenges as happening to you, you choose a victim mentality. 

The Power Phrase this Week: “I see difficulties and challenges as happening for me, not to me.” 

Quote of the Week: Hal Enrod, the Bestselling Author of The Miracle Morning said, “It is our responsibility to choose the most empowering reason for the challenges, events and circumstances of our lives.”  

Feb 3, 2021

Shirzad Chamine, a Stanford lecture and NY Times Bestseller said, “Most successful and highly-achieving people are tortured by their own Judges.”  

In this episode, Dr. Cindra Kamphoff talks about how your internal judge limits you. You experience more happiness, creativity, and curiosity when you reduce your judge. Next time you notice your judge without judgement, be kind to yourself, and tell yourself why that judge is plain wrong. 

Power Phrase this Week: I work to be kind to myself and reduce my judge. I reduce it’s power.  

Jan 30, 2021

Nohelani (Lani) Lawrence, Psy.D., is the Director of Wellness and Clinical Services for the New York Football Giants. Prior to joining the Giants, Dr. Lani was a clinical and sport psychologist at the University of Southern California. Her background in both sport and clinical psychology has led to a unique perspective regarding the concerns of student-athletes. At SC she provided performance enhancement training and mental health support to 21 elite NCAA Division-I teams, including men’s and women’s basketball, track & field, and swimming. She is a licensed psychologist in the State of California, and a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology.

In 2012, she earned a Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in Sport Psychology from the University of Denver and went on to complete both her pre-doctoral and post-doctoral internship at USC’s Student Counseling Services. Previously, she received her Ed.M. in Counseling Psychology, with emphasis in Sport Psychology from Boston University in 2008 and B.S. in Psychology from Northeastern University in 2002. 

In this episode, Lani and Cindra talk about:

  • What the best of the best do related to the mental game
  • Strategies to reduce pressure she learned from elite athletes
  • The mental game differences at the collegiate, Olympic and professional levels
  • The Giant’s response to the death of George Floyd
  • Why she is passionate about social justice issues
  • Stategies she has implemented for herself as a female of color working in professional sport

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TO FIND MORE ABOUT LANI: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nohelani-m-lawrence-psyd-b0475012/

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Jan 28, 2021

Jedi Master Yoda is among the oldest, most stoic, and most powerful Jedi Masters in the Star Wars universe. He is 800 years old and has so much wisdom to share. Darth Vader had the potential to be one of the most powerful Jedi’s but choose negativity and The Dark Side. Think about your mind in a similar way. We all have an inner Jedi and an inner Darth Vader. That is why it is important to train your mind each day. In this episode, Dr. Cindra talks about how to tap into your inner Yoda more often. 

 

Power Phrase this Week: I channel my inner Yoda each day.”  

 

Quote of the Week: “The dark side clouds everything. Impossible to see the light, the future is.” – Yoda 

 

Jan 23, 2021

Pam Solberg-Tapper MHSA, CPP, BCC is a “Leaders Under Pressure" expert. She guides leaders who are dealing with the pressures of today’s world and helps them shift from feelings of overwhelm and ambiguity to calm and clarity by building their brain’s mental fitness muscles. Pam has coached hundreds of executives and their teams to accelerate accomplishing their objectives using innovative mindset techniques. Pam believes that success in business and life is 80% mindset and 20% strategy.

Pam is a passionate and engaging speaker who creates instant rapport with her audiences through personal storytelling and tailoring her messages to audience-specific challenges. Her messages ignite the mind and inspire the heart.

Pam’s Mental Fitness Bootcamp is a virtual program based on Positive Intelligence. Leaders learn the techniques to re-wire their negative disempowering brain neuropathways to more positive empowering pathways to better handle life’s pressures. Results show leaders reduce stress, make better decisions, enhance performance, and improve relationships.

Pam has a master’s degree in Health Services Administration, is an International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach, a Board Certified Executive Coach and a Positive Intelligence Certified Coach. She is a business owner and president of Coach for Success, a thriving speaking, executive coaching and leadership development company. Some of her clients include Microsoft, Target, Deloitte, AT&T, Waste Management, SAP, Oracle, and Prime Therapeutics.

What differentiates Pam is that she is an avid runner and is among only a handful of women in the world having completed marathons on all 7 Continents as well as the North Pole and Mt Everest. Hence, she brings a sense of adventure, accomplishment, and can-do attitude to support her clients in achieving big things in their professional and personal lives. 

Pam lives by her motto:

“Live intentionally, be extraordinary and do great things for your world.”

In this episode, Pam and Cindra talk about:

  • Her sweet-spot exercise
  • What to do when you don’t feel passionate about your work
  • How to see an opportunity in the difficulty
  • Why “What if…” is a powerful phrase to help you create change
  • How to create a new neuropathway and when it is important to do so
  • A powerful strategy we can use when we notice we are sabotaging our success

“If your mind perceives it to be true, you can’t believe anything else.” Pam Solberg-Tapper

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TO FIND MORE ABOUT PAM: https://www.coachforsuccess.com/

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Jan 19, 2021

Being challenge in life is inevitable, being defeated is optional.” Roger Crawford 

Dr. Kamphoff talks about how high performers see stressful situations as a challenge they can overcome instead of a threat to their performance or confidence. To see stressful situations as a challenge, remember it’s all about your perception of a situation and how you talk to yourself. It’s best to remind yourself that you can handle anything. 

 

Power Phrase this Week: I adopt a challenge mindset. I can handle anything that comes my way.”  

Jan 16, 2021

Give Yourself Permission to Feel Good  

 “The happiest people don't have the best of everything, they just make the best of everything." Anonymous  

In this episode, Dr. Cindra Kamphoff talks about how our brain is hardwire for negativity to keep us safe and help us survive. The problem is something bad doesn’t occur as much as we expect it too! This week choose to feel good. Consider what would help you feel good and experience more gratitude, joy, hopefulness, love and inspiration in your life. Then, remember your focus determines your feelings. You can always choose to see the good.  

 

Power Phrase this Week: I give myself permission to feel good. I focus on what gives me joy, hopefulness and gratitude.” 

Jan 9, 2021

Dr. Rainer Meisterjahn started Courtex Performance in 2013 and is the lead mental performance coach for their NBA and FIBA clients and also oversees many of our daily business operations. As a former collegiate player, skills trainer, and youth coach, Rainer understands the game from different angles. He has worked closely with numerous high level pros and prospects, as well as with some of the top coaches and executives in the game. 

He has provided NBA Pre-Draft consulting services to multiple organizations, including the Miami Heat, Utah Jazz, and Milwaukee Bucks. Outside of basketball, Rainer has consulted with clients in numerous other sports, up to the Olympic level. A native of Germany, he is fluent in both English and German. 

He is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology, has a PhD in Sport Psychology from the University of Tennessee and a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Frostburg State University.

 

In this episode, Rainer and Cindra talk about:

  • What is proactive mental training
  • The process he goes through when mentally training an pro athlete
  • How our core values are connected to our performance
  • The best way to debrief performance
  • Ways that playing in the NBA is different than overseas

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TO FIND MORE ABOUT RAINER: https://www.courtexperformance.com

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Jan 7, 2021

Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, "Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen." 

In this episode, Cindra talks about how high performers spend time considering what they want so their mind is open to opportunities. Knowing what you want also helps you say “no” to things that you don’t want. You design your own destiny and only you can develop your grit. Cindra suggests for us to consider what we want today.  

 

Power Phrase this Week: I get clear on what I want and stay open to opportunities.” 

Jan 4, 2021

Dr. Jeni Shannon serves as the Director of the Carolina Athletics Mental Health and Performance Psychology Program. She is a Counseling and Sport Psychologist within the UNC Department of Sports Medicine, providing performance enhancement and psychological services to UNC student-athletes.
 
Shannon meets with individual student-athletes on a one-on-one basis and also works with teams to offer comprehensive and integrated mental health and performance psychology support. Additionally, she collaborates with other Athletic Department staffers to educate student-athletes on a range of topics related to mental health, well-being and optimal performance.   

 

A native of Phoenix, Ariz., Shannon earned both a master’s and a doctorate in counseling psychology with an emphasis in sport psychology at the University of Missouri. She also completed a pre-doctoral internship and a post-doctoral fellowship, both with a specialty in sport psychology, at the University of California, Davis.
 
She is a licensed psychologist, a Certified Consultant with AASP and a member of the USOC Sport Psychology Registry. She also serves on the advisory board for the Collegiate Clinical/Counseling Sport Psychology Association.
 
Shannon and her husband, Eric, live in Cary, N.C., with their son, Oliver, and daughter, Ivy.

 

In this episode, Jeni and Cindra talk about:

  • Why committing to action under pressure is important for high performance
  • How to train yourself to be in the present more often
  • 3 strategies you can use to build team culture in sport and business
  • How we can use our values to guide our decision making
  • Why failure is a teacher

HIGH PERFORMANCE MINDSET SHOWNOTES FOR THIS EPISODE: www.cindrakamphoff.com/398

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Dec 29, 2020

A goal is not always meant to be reached, it often serves simply as something to aim at.” Bruce Lee 

High performers set goals and when they do, they consider who they can become in the process. 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. 

 

Power Phrase this Week:I am gritty. I am committed to my goals and dreams.” 

 

 

Dec 27, 2020

A Psychoanalyst, Certified Personal and Executive Coach, Sports Coach and Certified Group Fitness Instructor, Dr. Aronoff combines three decades of training and experience to help people rediscover and affirm the warrior within by regaining a sense of purpose, meaning, confidence, and determination to overcome obstacles and achieve goals.

He believes that people are inherently driven to be masterful and successful. It is the warrior within that enables people to achieve this mastery and success. Yet, sometimes, life’s challenging moments and unexpected events get in the way and impede one’s drive and capacity to execute.

 

In his role over three decades as therapist or coach, he helps people recover from temporary setbacks and re-engage their inner warrior so they can regain their confidence, sharpen their skill set, identify a path forward, and get moving again.

 

In this episode, Jonathan and Cindra talk about:

  • Why it’s difficult for us to be positive in the face of adversity, loss, grief, and COVID
  • What “flipping the coin” means and how that is important right now
  • How positive emotions enhance physical and mental health
  • What humans are hardwired for
  • The positivity of negative emotions, and the negativity of negative emotions

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VISIT JONATHAN’S WEBSITE: https://jonathanaronoff.com/

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Dec 22, 2020

“You can destroy your now by worrying about tomorrow.” Janis Joplin 

Worrying is part of being human. Our brains are wired to worry but worrying can kill your joy, take you out of the present and drain your energy. In this episode, Cindra shares how the key to overcoming your worry is to notice your thoughts and feelings, labeling them, and carefully observe them. We can also practice accepting uncertainty and work to overcome our perfectionistic tendencies to reduce our worry. 

 

This Week’s Power Phrase:  “I reduce my worry to feel more joy and stay in the present.”  

 

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Dec 18, 2020

“The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.” William James 

We all experience automatic negative thoughts because our brain’s role is to keep us safe, not to help us perform well or be happy. To reduce our automatic negative thinking, we must notice our thoughts. Remember you shouldn’t believe everything you hear in your own mind! Start today and reduce my negativity so you can thrive and reach your best more often.  

 

This Week’s Power Phrase: “ I reduce my ANTs so I can reach my fullest potential. I will not believe everything I think!”  

Dec 13, 2020

Retired Navy SEAL Thom Shea served with the U.S. Navy for 23 years with distinguished valor before writing his bestselling book, “Unbreakable: A Navy Seal’s Way of Life” and his latest release, “Three Simple Things: Leading During Chaos.” As founder of Unbreakable Leadership, Thom has trained thousands of people around the world to overcome chaos by applying the rule of Three Simple Things to their lives and businesses.

Thom developed his leadership process and methods during his military career where he served in three wars, ultimately leading a team of SEALs into Afghanistan in 2009. There he earned a Silver Star, Bronze Star with Valor, Army Commendation with Valor and his second Combat Action Medal. He was later hand-selected to serve as Officer In Charge of the famed SEAL Sniper course. 

In his downtime, Thom competes in numerous ultra marathons and alongside his wife Stacy has volunteered countless hours to charity, raising funds through his athletic events for organizations like Special Operations Warrior Foundation and the Chris Kyle Memorial Trust. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Ball State University and a Master Training Specialist certification from the Naval Special Warfare Center. Thom and Stacy live in Greenville, South Carolina with their three children. 

and their four children

In this episode, Thom and Cindra talk about:

  • How leaders can gain influence with those they serve
  • How to develop caring, connection, courage and collaboration in your leadership
  • The CRAP acronym and why it is essential to leadership
  • 3 Powerful questions to develop trust
  • What it means to be a people-focused leader

HIGH PERFORMANCE MINDSET SHOWNOTES FOR THIS EPISODE: www.cindrakamphoff.com/393

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VISIT THOM’S WEBSITE: https://www.thomshea.com/ and https://www.unbreakableleadership.com/

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Dec 11, 2020

“Greatness is defined by how much you want to put into what you do.” Lebron James 

You can never outperform your self-image, or your view of yourself. Be careful what you say to yourself about yourself because we are always listening. To level of your self-image, consider the beliefs you want to hold about yourself to reach all of your goals and dreams. Write out those statements and say them in the morning to be intentional about building your self-image. 

 

This Week’s Power Phrase: “I will be careful what I say to myself because I am always listening and intentionally build my own self-image.” 

 

Dec 1, 2020

Your goals and dreams should be just a little scary – meaning a little outside your comfort zone because when you dream big, you grow into who you can become. Most people dream too small or lose the ability to dream because of limiting beliefs or listening to other people’s disbelief. The reason we need goals and dreams are less about checking off a box, but instead about who you can become. Making dreaming for a living part of your daily mindset practice. 

 

This Week’s Power Phrase:  “I dream big to help me reach my best and my potential. I have everything inside me to make my dreams happen.” 

 

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This Week's Quote of the Week: “So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.” Christopher Reeve 

 

 

Nov 29, 2020

Jason Hunt teaches people how to bring out the very best in others.  He is the founder of Eye Squared Leadership and he has had the pleasure of working with companies large and small, including FedEx, The Taylor Corporation, Jack Links, and Pearson. 

 

Jason's first major leadership responsibility was to run a branch of 100 church members in outer Siberia when he was 19.  Since then, he has been in various leadership positions, including principal of a junior high where he turned around the culture of a school in only 2 years. 

 

Jason has a Masters degree in leadership from the University of Minnesota, is certified by the John Maxwell Leadership Institute, and is the author of The Other Side: 5 Rules for Leading with Influence. 

and their four children

In this episode, Jason and Cindra talk about:

  • How leaders can gain influence with those they serve
  • How to develop caring, connection, courage and collaboration in your leadership
  • The CRAP acronym and why it is essential to leadership
  • 3 Powerful questions to develop trust
  • What it means to be a people-focused leader

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VISIT JASON’S WEBSITE: https://www.i2eyesquared.com/

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Nov 24, 2020

“Gratitude is the heathiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for.” Zig Ziglar 

Gratitude is connected to better health, more optimism and increased resilience. This week, you could start using a scientifically proven tool to help you feel more grateful. Three tools we discussed that you could use are starting a gratitude journal, using gratitude language, or taking a gratitude walk. On Thanksgiving, you could share your answers to one or two or two of the gratitude-focused questions such as 1) What can I be thankful for? 2) What am I happy about right now? and 3) What is going right in my life. A grateful perspective is always available. 

 

This Week’s Power Phrase: “I choose to intentionally practice gratitude daily. I focus on what I am grateful for to stay fueled and excited for my life.” 

 

Nov 21, 2020

 Super Bowl champion Matt Birk is a 15-year veteran of the National Football League. Since retiring from football in 2013, Matt has held a number of roles inside the NFL League Office. A native of St. Paul, Minnesota, Matt was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in 1998 and was a key off-season acquisition of the Baltimore Ravens in 2009. A six-time NFL Pro Bowl Selection and two-time All Pro, Matt proved to be an undisputed leader on the field and was named the sixth smartest athlete by Sporting News.

 

More importantly, he has established a legacy of community service that will last far beyond his years of football.  A graduate of Harvard University with a degree in economics, Matt is the founder and CEO of Matt Birk and Company, LLC. He was the recipient of the 2011 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award for his excellence on and off the field, including his commitment to emphasizing the importance of education through his H.I.K.E. Foundation.

 

He speaks to organizations across the country about the value of true inspiration, lasting leadership principles, the dynamics of teamwork, and fulfilling potential. Clients such as 3M, Coca Cola, Northwestern Mutual Life, and Walmart have benefited from the programs Matt has presented to their teams.  Matt is the author of All Pro Wisdom: The Seven Choices that Lead to Greatness, and resides in Mendota Heights, Minnesota. Matt and his wife, Adrianna, are the proud parents of eight children.

In this episode, Matt and Cindra talk about:

  • How he has mastered a focus on the process over outcome
  • Why “living radcially in the present” is his life’s motto
  • How went from Harvard to become a 6-time Pro-Bowler
  • Why failure it not the same thing as losing
  • How to make specific goals focused on the process
  • And, why “appropriate fear” is helpful

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Nov 16, 2020

Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.”—Oprah Winfrey 

Practicing gratitude has a lasting impact when done regularly. One study suggested just 2 weeks of a gratitude practice can have a lasting impact for 6 months. Gratitude is also connected to better health as well as more optimism and resilience. You can start a daily gratitude practice at the beginning of your day or end of your day by writing down 3 things you are grateful for each day. You can also shift your focus at any time to what is good and what you are gratitude for in any situation. Choose to take the perspective of a resilient, optimistic person and draw the good from a difficulty. 

 

This Week’s Power Phrase: I choose to intentionally practice gratitude daily. I focus on what I am grateful for to stay fueled and excited for my life.” 

Nov 12, 2020

“If you gave your inner genius as much credit as your inner critic, you would be light years ahead of where you are now.” Alan Cohen 

Your inner critic is your disempowering inner voice that can sounds scared, angry, or judgmental. Remember your inner critic tends to lie to you. You want to name your inner critic to tame it. We all have an inner critic inside of us, and a key is to notice your inner critic. We want to respond to our inner critic with compassion and grace, and choose a more empowering and truthful statement to tell ourselves instead. 

 

This Week’s Power Phrase: “I name my inner critic to tame it. I talk to myself powerful instead of listening to my inner critic.” 

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