Self-Confidence...for Sporting Excellenceby Tony Richards
Sportspeople have more reasons to be self-confident than most others. Their achievements are the catalyst for the growth of their self-confidence from birth. They possess a talent that, when nurtured,/b>
More enlightened sportspeople are aware that self-confidence is more easily recognised in the quietness of determination that in the thunder of brashness...
Sportspeople have more reasons to be self-confident than most others. Their achievements are the catalyst for the growth of their self-confidence from birth. They possess a talent that, when nurtured, exercised and then displayed, allows their supporters to bask in the reflected glory of wonderful achievements. Some however, will fall by the wayside; not because they lack talent, but because they don't understand the connection between character and confidence. Self-confidence development strengthens sportspeople's character while reflecting their unquestioned talent, opening doors to successful careers that continue long after competition days are over. This book will provide a proven process for sportspeople to enhance their profile, and to gain and maintain self-confidence that lasts forever. When sportspeople know how self-confidence works they have a great gift that offers unlimited potential as they strive to reach their own summit of expectations...
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Our club has had issues with poor behaviour from players off the field which has ended with them being removed from the club. Thanks to Tony Richards's book I can see that there may have been better ways to handle it. I really liked the way the book outlined how self-confidence works, how important it is to set guidelines that keep players from going off the track. Our club will expect to perform better, on and off the field, thanks to this book.
As a person with high hopes for a sports career I was overwhelmed with the simplicity of how to make a whole career out of my sporting talents. This book makes sense, helped me to keep focused on where my skills can take me, and pointed me in the right direction for a full involvement in my sport after my playing days are over. Thanks Tony for a sensible and motivating read.
I bought this book to read because my son is a prospective sporting champion. I now see what went wrong with my career that can be avoided in his. I wish I had this book when I was a young football player. My own arrogance helped me to destroy an ongoing involvement with sport after my playing days were over. Every sportsperson, and the parent of every sportsperson, should read this book. The connection of character to self-confidence is obvious, after someone has pointed it out.