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Establishing a Psychology of High Performance
February 28 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm EST
Why do some people over-achieve? What is the “it” factor that allows someone to be in the elite 1% of performance? Take Tom Brady and Eli Manning as an example? (Sorry Giant fans!) Is Brady a more natural athlete than Manning? Not at all. Actually, I’m sure you are thinking about the fact that Bill Belichick says quite the opposite about Brady. His skill is not something that comes without the most focused dedication. He blocks out the noise. He does not allow negative thoughts ruin his focus. He has a goal and it is his mental game that elevates him as the GOAT. And, in sales, we need to have that same mentality to win and be successful.
Come learn how to get your focus on, productivity up and results on the board. Mike Sadghpour says it best:
” If your mindset is not working for you, you are limiting your ability to perform at your best. If you or your team is looking to transform your work performance into your peak performance, attitude is not a choice: it is an essential skill set. If you believe you’re good at what you do, learn how to reach the next level and navigate the emotional ups and downs that come with today’s competitive work or athletic environment.”
This is going to be a mind-blowing event! Join us, along with one of the most elite athletes of our time, Dave “Silky” Silk, member of the 1980 Olympic US Men’s Hockey Team, to unlock your next level of success!
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ABOUT OUR SPEAKERS
1) Michael Sadeghpour – Founder, edgeThink
Mike works directly with executives, team leaders, and individuals through coaching sessions, training seminars, and keynote presentations to turn positive attitude into a competitive edge. At edgeThink, his focus is on providing training that bridges sports and positive psychology with a focus on addressing and overcoming through focus, energy, motivation, and confidence the common struggles that inhibit achievement.
Mike has delivered keynotes and training to thousands of professionals in top companies worldwide as public speaker and trainer. He has been a competitor and a coach all his life. He served as an NCAA Division I Assistant Men’s Ice Hockey Coach while attending Rensselaer. It was there that he conducted performance improvement field studies at the individual and team levels.
Mike holds a Master’s Degree in Psychology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute focusing on performance, goal orientation, goal setting, and feedback.
2) Dave Silk – Member of the 1980 US Men’s Olympic Hockey Team (which inspired the movie “Miracle”)
David is arguably most famous for being a member of the 1980 US Men’s hockey team that won the gold medal at the Olympics in Lake Placid. He is the cousin of former NHL and Boston Bruins player Mike Milbury. His professional hockey career, which spanned 13 years, included 249 NHL regular season games with the Boston Bruins, Winnipeg Jets, Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers. Today his success is to be found in the financial investment world.
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