Dan Mickle reveals his secrets to beating your blindspot

Coach Cast – Dan Mickle – Beating your blindspot

Darren and Justin talk to top sports psychologist, founder of the Soul Performance Academy and presenter of the The Mental Podcast Dan Mickle from Pennsylvania in America.

In this fun packed and entertaining episode, Dan, Darren and Justin find out why they shouldn’t suck, how they overcame their own blind-spots and why taking it slow is so important to your own self-improvement

Shownotes:

Books mentioned during the show:

Tim Ferris – Fear Setting TED Talk – https://youtu.be/5J6jAC6XxAI

The Biggest Bluff: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Take Control and Master the Odds: How I Learned to Pay Attention, Master Myself, and Win

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Website: www.danmickle.com

All social media: @realdanmickle

E-mail: [email protected]

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Inspirational Quotes:

Dan’s quotes

“Don’t Suck” (listen back to why he uses this one)

Dan Mickle

“You can’t smell the roses, if you’re running with them”

Dan Mickle

Darren’s quote

“There is no alchemy for weaknesses, they can be removed but they cannot be transformed into strengths, the goal therefore is to manage the weaknesses, so that the strengths can be freed to develop and become so powerful that they make the weaknesses irrelevant”

Donald Clifton and Pamela Nelson – Play to your Strengths

Justin’s quote

“You should be far more concerned with your current trajectory then your current results”

James Clear – Atomic Habits

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