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Best Performancepsychology podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Performancepsychology podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Do you want to develop the mindset of the World’s Best? Are you ready to unlock your true potential? Join Dr. Cindra Kamphoff each week, a national leader in the field of Sports and Performance Psychology, as she interviews thought leaders, executives, professional athletes, and entrepreneurs to help you get out of your comfort zone and after your goals. With nearly one million downloads and counting, Dr. Kamphoff provides insights into her personal work with the Minnesota Vikings, Fortune 1 ...
 
Bridging the Gap Podcast brings the latest research from sport psychology, exercise psychology, performance psychology and other fields straight to you from the authors behind the studies. Any research or information related to improving mental strength, team dynamics leadership and other topics involving the brain and performance, we cover it. We Bridge the Gap between the latest research and your knowledge.
 
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Dr. Justin Grunewald works at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in the heart of Minneapolis treating patients during their hospital stays. He works nights for seven to 10 days in a row, then he'll get about two weeks off. When I caught up with Justin, he was in Colorado ready to go on a RV trip, running, camping and adventuring in the woods. On Episode …
 
In this episode, Cindra talks about given all the changes we are experiencing right now that it is important to remember that it is okay to feel whatever you are feeling. A key to being resilient is to remember there is no reason to judge your emotions as good or bad. Instead, use how you are feeling as information and data about what is important …
 
Cindra talks about embracing a “new better” which helps you move forward despite the things in our world that you cannot control. It is easy to live in fear right now given the uncertainty in the world. Today, Cindra talks about what to do when you “amygdala gets hijacked” due to fear and how we can move forward embracing a “new better” instead. On…
 
Sue is a registered psychologist with a specialization in sport psychology, and is an expert in flow and its application to performance excellence. Sue has been involved in the psychology of flow since completing a PhD on flow state in elite athletes in the early 1990s. Sue’s work in flow has helped to make this optimal psychological state understa…
 
Lauren is an athlete-turned-mental conditioning coach, who is highly motivating, and relatable with a passion for developing the minds of the elite. Lauren trains professional athletes, military personnel and business professionals through national speaking engagements, educational training workshops and consulting. For the past four years Lauren h…
 
High performers see the upside of stress. They realize it is their interpretation of the stress that matters the most. Dr. Kamphoff shares in this episode how a moderate level of adversity can lower depression and increase greater satisfaction in life. Remember it’s our interpretation of the stress that matters most and we can learn to embrace stre…
 
It’s easy to let your survival, fear-based part of your brain take over your daily actions and emotions. We can train our mind in two ways: 1) preventative mental skills and 2) daily present and presence skills. Training our mind in both ways helps your be your best every day and thrive. In this episode, Dr. Kamphoff talks about how to train both t…
 
Shannon Huffman Polson has worked with leaders in industries across the country and around the world on managing change, building leadership and grit, and planning for diversity. Shannon is founder and CEO of The Grit Institute, a leadership development organization dedicated to the whole leader approach to ethical and people centered performance i…
 
“You have been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.” Louise Hay Self-compassion, or the practice of being kind to yourself in times of failure, pain or when you notice something you don’t like about yourself, is key to practice right now. When we show self-compassion, we give ourselves…
 
Anne Grady is a bestselling author, two-time TEDx speaker and a truth-bomb dropper. Anne has a master’s degree in organizational communication and has spent the last twenty years working with some of the largest organizations around the globe. She has become known as a leading expert on communication, leadership, emotional intelligence, and resilie…
 
Your “crucibles” are the moments of greatest adversity in your life. We have all experienced adversity and struggle. By connecting with your crucibles moments, you are able to reframe these adversities to consider how these moments led you to where you are today. This helps you see how these moments happened FOR you and not TO you. In fact, it’s no…
 
Jack Canfield is the co-creator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. He has developed 42 New York Times bestsellers, and holds a Guinness Book World Record for having seven books on the New York Times bestseller list simultaneously. Known as “America’s #1 Success Coach,” Jack has studied and reported on what makes successful people different. O…
 
“The happiness of your life depends upon the quality of your thoughts.” Marcus Aurelius We are not born happy or unhappy. In fact, up to 40% of our happiness can be changed by engaging in daily, intentional activities that impact how we act and think (see Sonya Lyubomirsky’s cool studies!). We can try to be happier which elevates our mood, and when…
 
Zach’s passion is studying human excellence and guiding others in pursuit of their own personal excellence. He serves as the Mental Skills Coordinator for the Arizona Diamondbacks where he oversees mental performance services for players and staff across all levels of the organization. He is also the Founder/Director of MVP Mindset Consulting, a pe…
 
Two Harvard psychologists recently found in a study that 47% of the time our mind is not in the present moment. The amount of time our mind is not in the present moment is connected to our unhappiness. Staying in the present is so important because the present moment is also the ONLY place high performance happens and the only place we can be great…
 
Deirdre Van Nest is the go-to expert on the topic of speaking to groups. She is the creator of the Crazy Good Talks® Blueprint, a system that teaches financial advisors, leaders and sales pros how to bring in business faster and impact more lives through the power of speaking. She is the host of Crazy Good Talks® TV and is called upon for interview…
 
In this time of change and uncertainty, there are many uncontrollables including when we will get a vaccine for COVID-19 or the restrictions in place. But we are in control of our attitude. In this episode, Cindra shares how your attitude impacts how you perceive events in your life which impacts your actions and the outcome. It’s helpful to rememb…
 
Dr. Jim Afremow is a much sought-after mental skills coach, licensed professional counselor, and the author of The Champion’s Mind: How Great Athletes Think, Train and Thrive (Rodale, 2014), The Champion’s Comeback: How Great Athletes Recover, Reflect, and Reignite (Rodale, 2016) , and The Young Champion’s Mind: How to Think, Train, and Thrive Like…
 
In this time of uncertainty around the nation, we can show compassion with others by gifting others with kindness and understanding. As leaders, we can realize people are suffering and have an authentic desire to listen and understand. Showing compassion is essential for human survival. We can listen with an open mind without judgment, work to unde…
 
Kirsten Peterson is a registered psychologist, endorsed sport and exercise psychologist and principal sole trader for Kirsten Peterson Consulting. Prior to her current role, Kirsten worked as a senior sport psychologist with the US Olympic Committee, and more recently headed up the performance psychology team for the Australian Institute of Sport. …
 
If you don’t train your mind, you are letting your thoughts happen by chance. Chance thinking does not lead to success. Start today and reduce your negativity so you can thrive and reach your best more often. Reduce your ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts) so you can reach your fullest potential. You can also put your thoughts through “The Truth Met…
 
Over the last 15 years, Ali Brown has advised and helped nurture the businesses of many of the 7- and 8-figure online thought leaders you see thriving today, and her mentoring has even been spotlighted on CNN.com. Ali has been dubbed the "Entrepreneurial Guru for Women" by Business News Daily and has taken her company to the Inc. 500 list rankings.…
 
What is the reason you are on this earth? What gets you out of bed each morning? Connecting to your purpose is a life’s journey of reflection and exploration. People who are connected to their purpose live up to 7-10 years longer, and living our purpose is connected to health, healing and happiness. Each of us has a unique purpose and living that p…
 
Carey Lohrenz is a dynamic communicator with an incredible story. As the first female F-14 Tomcat pilot, she was a pioneer in military aviation. Having flown missions worldwide as a combat, mission-ready United States Navy pilot, Carey Lohrenz is used to working in fast moving, dynamic environments where inconsistent execution can generate catastro…
 
Cindra talks about how we as humans are meant to adjust and adapt. Our life experiences have led us to this moment of being resilient and bouncing back from adversity. She shares how “stress” can be “eustress” or “distress” and why embracing challenges and finding opportunities is key during COVID-19. Being resilient is part of our history as human…
 
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