Entries by drbell

The Real Reason Forrest Gump Started Running

The Real Reason Forrest Gump Started Running. I don’t buy that whole line of  bull that Forest Gump Spews about “That day, for no particular reason, I decided to go for a little run.” That’s not the reason Forrest Gump started running.  Not One Bit! Here’s why… His mom just died in the same house […]

Top Mental Toughness Books of 2018 (so far)

Top Mental Toughness Books of 2018 (so far) If you are a coach or a boss, then you are paid to read. Hence, I love reading quality books and make it a priority to read the top mental toughness books that are WAY better than mine. If you want a detailed reading list for 2018, […]

Why The Mental Game of Golf is NOT Successful

Why The Mental Game of Golf is NOT Successful I entered a golf tournament last year. I do it because I compete in everything I do.  I was playing pretty well for me heading into the tournament. I committed to lessons, and didn’t have to rely on my athleticism to find a way to make par. […]

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(INFOGRAPHIC) 8 Deadly Ways to Build Persistence

(INFOGRAPHIC) 8 Deadly Ways to Build Persistence Every morning, I tweet out the same phase: Patience & Persistence… It’s a mantra. A belief system. Persistence, Mental Toughness, and Grit are all muscles. We can build persistence and we can build patience.  Theses skills are muscles that we build like creativity, speed, and strength.  You increase the […]

What I Learned Speaking to the NFL Strength Coaches

What I Learned Speaking to the NFL Strength Coaches I delivered the keynote to the NFL Strength Coaches banquet this week to basically kick off the NFL scouting combine.  It was really cool. I love coaches and it was humbling to have these giants talk with me about their own Hinge moments and mental toughness.  It was a […]

How Did The Miracle on Snow Happen?

How Did The Miracle on Snow Happen? Simen Hegstad Krueger, a Norweign, was in his first ever Olympic race. In the opening 150 meters of the 30k cross-country event, he crashed, other racers piled on top of him, and he even broke his pole. His immediate first thought after the crash was “It was over.” […]