Realizing Your Potential

by Dave Austin |  Date Released : 15 Jun 2009

  • Introduction
  • We can be whatever we decide to be
  • What is potential?
  • Finding out how we can be beyond what we think we are capable of
  • If you can see it in your mind, you can create it
  • You have to do the visualization, but you have to do the work
  • Triangle of life: Skill development, physical development, mental development
  • How you do anything is how you do everything!
  • Winning principles work in every aspect of life
  • Honoring your body
  • Attributes of a trainer
    • Passion
    • Knowledge
    • Mental flexibility
  • Two indispensable qualities of a champion
    • Champions are champions before they’re champions
    • Love what you do
  • Enjoying the battle
    • Rewards are not the definition of success, they’re the fruits of success
    • The payoff is in the process
  • Inner guidance system
  • Doing the process
  • Insights from the World Women’s Congress in India

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Dave Austin

About the author: Dave Austin

Dave Austin is a San Diego State University graduate with a Bachelor's of Arts Degree in both Psychology and Physical Education. He has shared his success methods with not only professional and elite amateur athletes but also with entrepreneurs, corporate leaders, managers, sales professionals, corporate employees and educators. Dave’s performance coaching has led to:

  • The L.A. Dodgers 2004 Being in Last Place to Winning the Pennant Winning Race
  • The U.S. Olympic Field Hockey Team Best Performance In World Competition and Beating Russia for the First Time in History
  • Luke Scott of the Houston Astros Being Named as the Astros “Hottest Rookie” in 2006
  • Kameron Loe of the Texas Rangers Being this Year’s Best Pitcher in all of MLB'S Spring Training
  • Vince Spadea's "Hottest Rising Star" on ATP Tour
Dave has written and published “The Unfinished Cross - Listen to the Voice Within,” and he is currently writing his next book, “Exceeding Your Potential.”

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