Alana Nichols: Excellence Means Doing The Best You Can With What You Have
Paralympic Gold Medalist Alana Nichols defines excellence and shares how she learns as quickly as she does.
How Coaches Can Bridge The Generational Gap With Younger Athletes
Make the effort to communicate in a way that the athlete will both understand and be comfortable with.
Even If You Aren't LeBron James, You Can Still Be A Game Changer
Former General Manager claims that a focus on fundamentals can allow any player to make a difference.
Appreciating Steph Curry's Mastery Approach To The Three-Pointer
Steph Curry's work to constantly improve and perfect his three-pointer is what Carol Dweck appreciates most.
David Griffin: Be Cautious Of Success Breeding Complacency
Griffin shares that players think they're better than they are after accomplishing something great together.
Coaches Demonstrating A "Never Quit" Attitude For Players
Murphy ensures that her athletes understand how important it is to never quit, no matter the score of a game.
Helicopter, Snowplow, And Curling Parents Aren't Teaching Resilience
"Nobody is going to sweep the ice for you" when life gets challenging as an adult, Carol Dweck explains.
Kids Always Answer That They Want To Hear Nothing From Sideline Parents
O'Sullivan urges parents to ask their kids what will be most helpful for them during games rather than yelling
Dan James: Effort Allows Athletes To Be Triumphant In Failure
In his time as a wheelchair tennis coach, James recounts a story of an athlete who was triumphant in failure.
True Confidence Is Not Based In Results, Feelings Or External Rewards
Mental skills coach Graham Betchart says confidence based on external feedback is "shaky confidence."