The First Step to Improving Your Mental Game

brad mcleod overhead liftTeam SGPT:

We have had a great start to our week. Tons of forward movement as we have been getting emails in from athletes all over the world.

Check this out from Josh H – who is overseas protecting others from harm:
Just wanted to pop in and tell you that your emails that I get every day are a huge motivator for me. These help me keep honest with myself, help me stay true to my goals and continue to help me strive to be better every day. Because of you and your dedication to helping all of these athletes, I have pushed myself beyond limits I thought were unreachable at times. Being on this deployment has tested physical strength, but more so mental strength, and if I hadn’t had the motivation from your emails and words, I wouldn’t be as tough as I am right now. I appreciate it.

Whats your story?

A question I got yesterday is “What is one thing I can do to start and improve mental game?”


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Easy answer.

Read a good book every night for 5 minutes.

Not sure what to read? Check out this long list of recommended books here<—

Also – if you have a good book your reading but don’t see it on the list – please add to list.

OK; So you have a good book your reading. What is the Next step?

Write out your Goals. If you’re having trouble with your Goals – read this<—–

Ok; I have my goals written – now what?

Use that big hairy Goal of yours and start training for it. Be consistent- don’t let off. Don’t back down.

How can I help you get started?

Email me today and let me know what is one thing I can help you do to get going.

P.S. Check out the SGPT membership area “GrinderNation” for daily tips and bad *ss info.

If your sign up today – I will give you first months free – just sign up and email me and I will refund your first month.

About the Author:
bradBrad McLeod knows first hand about mental toughness after being kicked out of a top tier Spec Ops training unit. He failed out of BUD/S the first time after failing a math test (made it through Hell Week and Dive Pool Comp). He came back a year later and graduated and served as an operator on the Navy SEAL Teams.

Today he is one of the most sought after mental conditioning coaches in the world today having recently returned from Ireland, Southern California, Pennsylvania and parts unknown in north Florida. SEALgrinderPT audios and Ebooks have been downloaded in 20 different countries around the globe.

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