In Practice July 14, 2023 Written by Jeremy Wolf, co-founder of MindReady I've dreaded bringing up Michael Jordan. Not because he's the "GrEaTeSt Of AlL TiMe" (dm's open) but because quotes from him and Kobe and Lebron are so played out. One thing I need to stress to you when
Kyle Walker, one of the best fullbacks of all time, didn't start in the UEFA Champions League final for Manchester City Football Club a few weeks ago. After watching this clip, his humility surprised me: "It's just about winning one game."
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Hi, I'm Jeremy Wolf and we're MindReady. As CEO of MindReady, it’s my mission to understand and fix the current state of mental health coaching amongst a growing population of athletes in the United States and The Lab is my vehicle to disseminate that information to coaches, parents, and
Being attuned to your mind, and having a support structure around you, are critical to finding your own version of peak performance. I firmly believe that focusing on and prioritizing our mental fitness unlocks potential and opportunities that we never knew we had inside of us. What I’ve learned
Episode #001 is with my good friend and mentor, Dr. Dominic Morais of the San Antonio Spurs. We discuss the importance of mindset, preparation, and devoting your life to what you believe in. 🎧 Listen now on Spotify & Apple Podcasts. 0:00/1× 🎧 Listen now on Spotify & Apple Podcasts. 🗣 Send us
Picking up the pieces made me realize how fragile it all is. I thought about it the other day. My career. What was my career? What continues to be the what was of my career. Four years in college and two years in the pros. And, you could say, I