Entries by drbell

How to Get Your Second Wind in Life!

How to Get Your Second Wind In Life When I was training for one of my marathons, I HAD to get my run in late one evening.  It was dark, I was tired. I wanted to rest, but I went anyway.  I’m so thankful I did! I ran 5 miles and I actually experienced the […]

Mental Toughness is a Voicemail Away

Mental Toughness is a Voicemail Away One speaking event at my alma mater, Shepherd University, I made sure to invite my professor, Dr. Joe Merz. He made such an impact in my life. If not for him, then Sport Psychology and the passion I live out everyday would not have happened. I received a voicemail […]

Why Unemployment Motivates Me

Why Unemployment Motivates Me There is a folder on my desktop with unemployment as the title. My wife and I were both employed at the same University. I left my professorship in 2011 to catch up with my passion. So, I started my own Sport Psychology company helping teams and leaders build mental toughness. My […]

Turn Your Excuses into Your Reasons WHY

I completed a 1/2 ironman with less than 2 weeks of training. So, I ended up writing a book about it, only to chop it up and sell the parts. The book How to Crush a 1/2 Ironman in Less Than 2 Weeks was a few weeks from completion when I realized, who is going to read […]

Top 7 Mental Toughness Books of 2017 (So Far)

Top 7 Mental Toughness Books of 2017 (So Far)   When No One Was Watching- Carli LLoyd I always enjoyed watching her compete for the US Women’s Soccer team. You could see her passion and effort in her play. Besides, she had one of the coolest goals of all time from mid-field no less. This […]

Your Three Selves of Mental Toughness

Your Three Selves of Mental Toughness People have talked about near death experiences and how their life flashed before them, and I’ve had two near death experiences, which were falling off of a cliff and a car accident, but my life never flashed before me. Before I signed up to compete in a ½ ironman […]

All Champions ADJUST Find A Way

All Champions ADJUST Find A Way In the fall of 2008, a 47-year-old businessman, divorced father of four, went to his crack dealer. He was on a fourteen-day binge and was so bad off that his dealer actually refused to sell him any more until he got some sleep. It was this man’s low point. […]