Reach your maximum
Mindset Assessment in Area Scouts will help you to be the best version of yourself on and off the field. It will allow you to reach your maximum potential, stay alert and focused under pressure and improve your performance both in-game and practice situations.
Athletes’ personalities influence their mindset, but they can also be molded by outside factors like coaches who provide positive examples.
Athletes with a fixed mindset often put too much pressure on themselves to perform well in every situation. These can lead to anxiety and stress, negatively affecting their performance.
Players with a fixed mindset often believe they have reached their full potential in certain areas of their sport, which means they are less likely to try new things or improve their skillset over time because they do not believe they will see results from these efforts.
On the other hand, a growth mindset is a belief that you can become more skilled at something through hard work and dedication—that your current ability level does not limit you. People with this attitude believe that intelligence and ability are flexible traits that can improve through commitment and hard work.
Learn to play under pressure
10 Pillar of Mindset Assessment:
- What is a Big League Mindset
- Dominate the Fundamenttals
- Anti-fragile confidence and courage
- Identity and self-awareness
- Power of your breath
- Goal and target setting
- Elite Focus
- Routines of Excellence
- Process. Process. Process