Brad is joined by MVP Mindset Founder and Arizona Diamondbacks Mental Skills Coordinator, Zach Bandon. Today, Zach goes in to depth on the similarities between the belly breathing of a baby and the heartbeat of a sniper. Additionally, we hunt for core values that give us our best shot out improving our previous best self. Zach also discusses how we can close the gap between potential and performance. Create space within you this episode and join the success road!
Zach 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. His focus is on helping players and coaches achieve peak performance consistently, while also increasing their enjoyment and satisfaction in sport and life.
You can find Zach here: http://mvpmindsetconsulting.com/
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