Episode 16: Unpacking Your Mental Backpack

In this episode, you’ll learn:

  • Why the past only lives in your brain.
  • How you can tell a painful story in a different way.
  • Ways you can work through negative emotions, especially with bad outcomes at a competition.
  • How you can learn from difficult experiences to continue training, handling, and living with internal integrity in sport and life.


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  • I knew I wasn’t going to come here and find all the answers, but I didn’t know that I would find such a well thought-out and personal framework upon which to ponder and search for them. Thanks Daisy, for being our guide on these roads we all walk alone.

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