Winning is a mental skill, mastered by the best of the best, and held as a secret by those dominating the competition. Not anymore. In this weekly podcast, join Dr. Bhrett McCabe, a clinical sports psychologist to multiple National Champions and Pro athletes and a former 2X Division 1 National Champion himself, as he exposes the “secrets” of human performance through in-depth interviews with world class athletes, elite-level coaches, and the most brilliant business minds in the world. New episodes drop every week!
How does a former collegiate golfer turned award-winning radio personality compare the two ventures. How are they different? What components are similar? Ryan has an amazing perspective on human performance, both as a collegiate athlete and now as someone who now interacts with high-profile coaches, athletes, and celebrities on his radio show.
As a fundraiser, he has been directly involved in raising more than $200 million in gifts during his career. As a leader of competitive athletics programs, he has fostered major improvements across the spectrum of sports at both programs he has led prior to being at Alabama (Mississippi State University and University of Arizona).
His ability to see things like branding, imagery, strategic leadership, and communication through a different lens is critically important, especially on the largest scale in collegiate athletes. Those factors are what has led Will Baggett, and the College Football Playoff, to the level of success they have experienced.
Scott is very active on social media, specifically on Twitter, and can be a controversial figure in the golf community. He challenges the “status quo” and utilizes statistics to back a lot of his arguments. The facts are the facts. I have even referred to him as a “disruptor”. But there is a side of Scott that many people aren’t aware of. He has dealt with several personal tragedies throughout the years, all pertaining to mental health.
Exit winning – a very interesting topic, and a way to view winning through a different lens. Everyone in athletics or business strives to win their space, but what happens when AFTER you win – or in this case, EXIT the winning process? How do you develop systems and processes to sustain your winning?
As a coach, how do you manage social media, both personally and amongst your players, in order to enhance your culture? Most in the coaching game know its importance, but they haven’t quite grasped the concept of WHY it’s important or how to use it to their advantage.
A good coach is someone who is willing to listen, has knowledge and expertise in their area of coaching, and knows how to inspire and motivate their players. They have a drive to improve their knowledge base in how to coach each player and how to get the absolute most out of a player’s ability. Very simply, coaches coach players to find…
Known as one of the most respected athletic trainers in the entire country, Allen was honored with the 2018 Division I Head Athletic Trainer of the Year Award for his work during the 2018 season that saw several players return to the field from serious injuries in time for the playoff and national championship game.
What was it like playing for Nick Saban as an offensive lineman? What mindset do you need to play for a coach as demanding as Saban? How has Alabama been so dominant over the last decade, and what are their secrets? You’ll find all of that, and a lot more, in this week’s episode with Ross Peirschbacher in The Secrets to Winning!
As a player, Amanda Scarborough excelled at Texas A&M and was the first student-athlete in Big 12 history to receive the Freshman of the Year and Player of the Year award in the same season (2005). In 2007, she was the Big 12 Pitcher of the Year and a finalist for National Player of the Year.
The great thing about this compilation of coaches is that they compete in four different sports, but all of them are successful at the highest level and have been able to coach some of the best athletes in the world. They will be the first to tell you this – coaching isn’t easy. It challenges the competitive character and fiber of every single person in the entire organization.
The University of Alabama Athletic Department has been the gold-standard in collegiate athletics for some time. Aside from being one of the highest revenue-generating departments, they win championships across all sports and produce Academic All-Americans at the same rates as the likes of Vanderbilt and Stanford. However, another area in which they have become the gold standard is…
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