All athletes are a good fit. Even if you think you are already mentally strong, you might be surprised to learn new tips, tricks, and better ways of doing things.
Now, there is one caveat to this.
No mental performance program can make you better if you don’t want to do the work. There is a famous saying, “you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink it.”
Because of this fact, I typically see athletes with these qualities get the best results from mental performance coaching:
- Hunger for success.
- Introspective / self-aware.
- Openness to trying new things.
- A strong work ethic.