Software Engineering, Project Management, and Effectiveness
I’m honored to have a guest post by Jason Selk, Ed.D., on patterns and practices for mental toughness. Jason is the best-selling author of 10-Minute Toughness and Executive Toughness. As a trainer of executives, world-class athletes, and business leaders, Jason shares proven practices for mental toughness.
Jason is a rock-star in the mental toughness arena in business and in sports. He is a regular contributor to ABC, CBS, ESPN, and NBC radio and television and he has been featured in USA Today, Men’s Health, Muscle and Fitness, Shape and Self Magazine.
Mental toughness is what gets you back on your feet again. Mental toughness is what helps you keep your cool when a bunch of hot air blows your way. Mental toughness is the stuff that unsung heroes are made of. Mental toughness is the breakfast of champions. The beauty is that you can learn and leverage the same proven practices that work for business and for life.
I think of the tools that Jason shares as the fundamentals. They may sound like common sense, and yet, they are the ways the work. The trick is not just knowing what to do, but doing what you know. I find it much easier to do something that I can believe in, and what I like about Jason’s patterns and practices for mental toughness is that they are tested in action, and they stand the test of time.
Check out Jason’s post on patterns and practices for mental toughness and get results.