Do you think about what you want to have happen while performing? Or, do you focus on what you want to avoid?
Depends? We thought so.
If you are performing well, you may see everything that is going on around you as an opportunity to be successful.
If you are performing poorly, those opportunities may become potential problems that must be avoided at all costs.
A forward in soccer may think “how do I want to score this goal” when he or she is performing well. But, when they have
struggled during a match, they may think “don’t turn the ball over before getting a chance to shoot.”
The Sports Performance Assessment finds out your habits of thought when you are performing at your best and at your worst.
It gives you over 100 PIECES
of information, insights, and suggestions.
Within minutes of completing the assessment, you will receive a summary report outlining your habits of thought. You will
have direct communication with certified Sport Decisions advisors through an email location of your choice.
Our trained staff members will give you a detailed analysis of your thought process when performing well and performing
poorly. We will offer you suggestions and advice about using your habits of thought to sustain levels of
while avoiding extended slumps and poor performances.