In episode 108, we dive into what it takes to become a championship level athlete, whether that championship is at the high school state meet, the NCAA championships, or a national or international title. covered include:
- The importance of developing the athlete, the person staring back at you.
- Raising the Floor versus Ceiling
- It matters more to put yourself in the position to win consistently, then to actually win.
- Lessons from Michael Jordan
- Lessons from Alan Webb and how he wasn’t a high mileage runner, but he was a high volume one!
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Resources Mentioned in the Podcast
- The Last Dance- Documentary on Michael Jordan
- Confidence comes from raising the floor, not the ceiling
- Interview with Adam Didyk- Exclusively available to the Scholar Program- Jon and Steve’s Coaches education program!
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