Pete Carroll: Competing to be Your Best

↑ Via Finding Mastery. Coach Pete Carroll has a philosophy. It’s clear to him. He’s found it to be extremely powerful to help himself and others to become the very best version of themselves.

He doesn’t talk about past success. He doesn’t become consumed with what is yet to come. He lives engaged in maximizing wherever his feet are. In This Episode:

-Why having a chip on his shoulder helped shape him
-The importance of being present
-How competition fuels him
-Why you can’t be afraid of failure
-Creating your own reality
-Helping others become optimistic
-The moment he knew he had a different vision for coaching
-Relationship-based approach to coaching
-Why he doesn’t need to talk about winning
-Dealing with difficult outcomes
-The moments between the moments
-The importance of the Seahawks culture
-How he instills a risk-taking mentality in his players
-Getting to the truth of what went wrong when mistakes happen
-Why it all comes downs love

Related: What I’ve Learned From Pete Carroll.

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