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Dr. Goldberg worked with the UConn Huskies basketball team in 1999 when they won the National Championship over Duke.
Needless to say he knows his stuff.
Dr. Goldberg suggested that your confidence is determined by what you are concentrating on.
Do you see the distractions in the stands?
Does your mind wander from place to place; looking at the guys walking around the stadium or checking out the cute girls courtside?
Or, do you think about the way you double-faulted on that last big point?
So simple that most people miss it.
Last week, I was on the tennis court with a very successful woman. Our lesson topic: How to hit high percentage tennis shots in pressure situations.
We applied the Law of 21, which is the foundation for mastering new techniques through repetition. And after about 40 minutes she got the hang of her new skills quite nicely.
Now in order for new skills, or any skills for that matter, to become automatic you must have the mind uninvolved with the process.