Includes 90+ personalized situational tips & techniques…
plus detailed narrative text on your athlete’s mindset & mental makeup in each of these areas…
Describes your athlete’s inner makeup
Some of this may not be obvious to the casual observer. This section includes your athlete’s personal outlook, emotional makeup and other personal tendencies. Think of this as an inner view of your athlete.
Describes your athlete’s social style and needs
This section includes social needs like desired closeness, affiliation and preferred relationship with his/her coach. Also describes your athlete’s level of social comfort.
Motivation & Interests
Your athlete’s motivational makeup and related interests
This section covers many theories of motivation. Some theories focus on the types of rewards that motivate people. Other theories are known as drive or need theories and show that for instance, if a person has a high need for approval they will be motivated to please others. Your athlete’s needs will be described and the type of rewards that are important to him/her. Also, your athlete’s interests will be described, based on the theory that people are more motivated when the task is interesting to them. All of these theories have been supported in both lab and field studies. This means you are putting the best theories to practice.
Describes your athlete’s cognitive style and aptitude for specific kinds of reasoning
Knowing your athlete’s cognitive style can help you assist in the learning process and help him/her relate to things. Cognitive style includes the way one typically thinks about things. This includes whether one is a decisive person, quick to draw a conclusion or more cautious. It also includes the typical way he/she goes about solving problems. For instance, you may find that your athlete is more adept at processing one kind of information, like words and sentences, than another kind of information, like numbers.
Describes the approach your athlete generally takes when tackling assignments and other tasks. It has more to do with efficacy than effort or work ethic.
Your athlete has a dominant approach to handling work and completing assignments. For most people there is room for improvement no matter how much effort is put into a task. This section will describe your athlete’s approach and suggest ways you can help him/her improve on effectiveness.
Your athlete’s tendencies when performing and competing
This includes your athlete’s potential to be a consistent performer. It also describes his/her reaction to a mistake during competition and other tendencies including level of enjoyment of prolonged competition.
And includes the top indicators of your athlete’s athletic mindset…
A personalized list of distinctive behavioral indicators that relate to athletic competition & life generally