(A Mental Management® Seminar)
With Teah Anders, CPDT-KA, CNWI, Certified Mental Management® Instructor
Owner and Trainer, Gentle Touch Pet Training
How important is the mental game in dog training and competition?
Why do 5% of competitors do 95% of the winning?
What do they know that you may not?
Learn the concepts and techniques to achieve consistent top performance taught to Olympic teams around the world from Certified Mental Management® Instructors Teah Anders and Chuck Anders.
The Self-Image is one of the core elements of Mental Management® developed by Olympic Gold Medalist Lanny Bassham. The Self-Image defines how we see ourselves and tends to control how we perform in competitions and life in general. If we want to change how we perform, especially under pressure, we must change our Self-Image by thinking and acting the way we desire.
In this seminar, we will guide you through the process of creating a new Self-Image and teach you how to use the directive affirmation to change your Self-Image in just 21 days. Imagine looking forward to competitions knowing that you have the knowledge and tools to mentally perform at your best, on demand. This knowledge and skill will enrich many other areas of your life giving you an understanding of how to deal with pressure and reduce anxiety.
All workshop participants will receive a special discount on optional follow-up, one-on-one coaching either the following day or at a convenient time that fits your schedule.
NOTE: Completion of the Mental Side of Competition and Training Seminar required to participate in the Building Self-Image seminar.
This is a 1/2-day lecture format seminar.
CEUs for the Building Self-Image Seminar:
- 1 CEU for NACSW CNWI