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“PLAYING ANGRY ALMOST ALWAYS GUARANTEES FOUR UNPLEASANTRIES: LACK OF A GAME PLAN, THE INABILITY TO STAY IN THE MOMENT, INEFFICIENT MOTOR PROGRAMS, AND THAT YOU WILL LOSE AT A FASTER RATE.”
“Playing angry is a sign of being underprepared for competition.”
“TO STOP PERFORMING ANGRILY, BOLDLY DO WHAT THE MOMENT DEMANDS AND LET GO OF THE OUTCOME.”
“If your child has trouble accepting that they have anger management issues, review the following steps. Step one is admitting that anger is affecting their performance. Step two is taking the time to organize an action plan to fix the issues. Step three is rehearsing the pre-set protocols until they are wired. Without acceptance, there is no recovery.”
“PERFORMING WITH ANGER IS A PHASE CHAMPIONS BRIEFLY PASS THROUGH AND THE AVERAGE ATHLETE CHOOSES TO HANG ON TO…”