Nailed it!

Have you ever had a performance that you nailed?

Did you ever wonder how you could lock that in and repeat it again and again?

Have you ever been able to just focus while chaos is going on around you?

If you can answer “yes” to any of these you may have a skill that others would love to learn to develop.  The St. Louis Blues nailed it and won the Stanley Cup after 5 decades. That’s almost my entire life time.  The Raptors also nailed it and won the NBA Championship.  Theirs was only half the time they waited but they made history as it has never been won in Canada. Brooke Henderson made history by being the winningest Canadian with her 9th championship. The most a Canadian has ever won in the PGA or LPGA. Congratulations to all!

I was watching Kawhi Leonard performance during the NBA finals.  He remained calm, focused and showed incredible skill and mental performance.  Many said Kawhi reminded them of Michael Jordan.  Jordan was one of my favourite players to watch as he was an incredible athlete, had great sportsmanship and amazing mental performance when he is was on. When he made a slam dunk he was in “The Zone”.  I could see he was laser focused and in control. I was in awe at how easily he mastered that performance. Yes, he was a winner for most of his career but there were mistakes and loses that could have thrown him off his game. He was able to gain back control, zone in and achieve peak performance!

Have you been “In the Zone” before?

It’s where your mind and body are in peak condition and you go into autopilot producing outstanding results.  You are relaxed, confident and doing what you’ve trained your body and mind to do and it flows naturally, effortlessly.

There are times I’ve also observed when everything is falling apart.  The performance isn’t what they wanted to deliver.  The mind starts spiralling out of control. Frustration creeps in, then anger, self-doubt and the “why bother” attitude takes over.

Recovering from let downs, failures and falls in life, business or sports isn’t easy.   To be in the zone or not is a choice that is made—it’s a skill you can learn.

It’s something that high achievers and elite athletes have and can turn on when necessary.

Would you like to learn that skill?

Wouldn’t it be awesome if you could perform your best at any given moment and in any given situation?

Think about if you had to do any of the following:

  • Deliver a presentation or sales proposal
  • Go on an interview
  • Training and working on learning a new skill
  • Playing in a competition
  • Meeting a new potential client, boss or coach

Wouldn’t it be great if you did any of the above and were laser focused, relaxed, so sure of yourself and delivering the ultimate performance easily and effortlessly?

It’s possible and I can teach you how.

I’d like to teach the necessary skills to get you into the ZONE and produce amazing results. I’m offering for the next 7 days an offer. Then next Tuesday is closed. Tuesday June 26th is the last day to sign up for a Complimentary Summer Sizzler Session.

You’ll walk away from this call with:

  • A deep clarity and connection to what you want
  • An understanding and steps on how to take back control and sizzle this summer
  • Specific actions you can take to get and stay in the ZONE

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5 Tips To Managing New Teams & Individuals

When I took on the role of being a step mother 7 years ago, I was entering new territory.  In a way it was and wasn’t. I have taken on many new teams and departments throughout my career so when I think of it I realized this experience seemed familiar and was not new to me.  I’ve learned when entering new territory you can’t just jump right in and be welcomed with open arms. There are challenges along the way and with a plan and process you can have success.
Here are 5 tips that will help you when you take on the role of  manager, parent or coach with new individuals and teams.

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5 Key Steps to go from the Pits to the Peak – Getting out of a slump

Do you ever feel you are in a fog?
What do you do when you are in a slump?
Do you feel like it will last forever?
One of my clients is currently in a slump and it’s not to do with their sports. It’s to do with their career performance. They are entrepreneurs, parents, athletes and great people. I had a session with them last week and listened to the despair in their voice and the hopelessness. They feel like a  failure and said to me “I’m overwhelmed unable to even think clearly, so stuck”. Sometimes it can be in your head but it still impacts your mental, emotional, physical and technical abilities.
This happens from time to time, usually after a big event in your life, sports or career. Slumps that felt like they were going to last forever. Slumps that you think are never going to end. But they do.
Do any of these statements apply to your current state?
  • I’m am tired all the time
  • I don’t enjoy doing things that I used to
  • I dread going to work and wish I was somewhere else when there
  • I can’t find work or clients and feel like a failure
  • I’m more negative about myself
  • I don’t seem to bounce back from setbacks like I used to
  • I can’t concentrate and focus on tasks
  • I don’t care and don’t care that I don’t care
If you said “yes to any you may be in a slump. When your performance becomes a problem and you feel helpless, you don’t have to remain that way. It’s possible to regain your power and remove the block.

5 Key Steps to go from the Pits to the Peak

#1 Recognize, acknowledge and accept it
Problems and obstacles in life always present themselves, and some you overcome easily, but others take you down. If you feel any of the statements above be aware that you may be in a slump. Acknowledge and accept it. That is the first step. Wallowing in it gets you nowhere. Know that this shall pass and things can and do get better.
#2 Be willing to let it go
Get out of the perpetual victim mode as it’s an easy, but painful, place to live. If you want to get out of your slump you must be willing to let it go. Avoid looking for sympathy and change focus from problems to solutions.
#3 Get on a positive mental regime
Yes exercise and healthy eating will make you feel better, but look at mentally what are you feeding yourself. Avoid watching the news and negative people as they can all just fuel your slump. Read, watch and listen to things that are going to boost and guide you.
#4 Surround yourself with advocates
Take a moment and look at whom you are connecting with the most. Who do you call and spend time with? What are their attitudes like? If they are negative and support you for being in a slump, it may be time to make some changes. Seek out people who are positive and going to lift you up. Ones that are advocates for your success and well-being.
#5 Take action
It’s time to take action. Decide on one step that you can take to pull yourself out of the slump. Start small, really small. Right now is just about doing something that will make you feel better. Start right now. Patience is important too, but some assume patience is doing nothing, remaining idle, sitting on your hands and waiting. That’s wrong during a slump, if you want to get out of it then take some form of action.
There is more and one of the things is to become mentally tough. If you want to learn about what it takes for peak performance and the science behind how to achieve that STAY TUNED for my upcoming announcements!
Want some help immediately contact Corey for a complimentary mental mastery session to boost your performance.

5 Key Steps to go from the Pits to the Peak – Getting out of a slump

Do you ever feel you are in a fog?
What do you do when you are in a slump?
Do you feel like it will last forever?

One of my clients is currently in a slump and it’s not to do with their sports. It’s to do with their career performance. They are entrepreneurs, parents, athletes and great people. I had a session with them last week and listened to the despair in their voice and the hopelessness. They feel like a  failure and said to me “I’m overwhelmed unable to even think clearly, so stuck”. Sometimes it can be in your head but it still impacts your mental, emotional, physical and technical abilities.

This happens from time to time, usually after a big event in your life, sports or career. Slumps that felt like they were going to last forever. Slumps that you think are never going to end. But they do.

Do any of these statements apply to your current state?

  • I’m am tired all the time
  • I don’t enjoy doing things that I used to
  • I dread going to work and wish I was somewhere else when there
  • I can’t find work or clients and feel like a failure
  • I’m more negative about myself
  • I don’t seem to bounce back from setbacks like I used to
  • I can’t concentrate and focus on tasks
  • I don’t care and don’t care that I don’t care
If you said “yes to any you may be in a slump. When your performance becomes a problem and you feel helpless, you don’t have to remain that way. It’s possible to regain your power and remove the block.

5 Key Steps to go from the Pits to the Peak

#1 Recognize, acknowledge and accept it
Problems and obstacles in life always present themselves, and some you overcome easily, but others take you down. If you feel any of the statements above be aware that you may be in a slump. Acknowledge and accept it. That is the first step. Wallowing in it gets you nowhere. Know that this shall pass and things can and do get better.

#2 Be willing to let it go
Get out of the perpetual victim mode as it’s an easy, but painful, place to live. If you want to get out of your slump you must be willing to let it go. Avoid looking for sympathy and change focus from problems to solutions. 

#3 Get on a positive mental regime
Yes exercise and healthy eating will make you feel better, but look at mentally what are you feeding yourself. Avoid watching the news and negative people as they can all just fuel your slump. Read, watch and listen to things that are going to boost and guide you. 

#4 Surround yourself with advocates
Take a moment and look at whom you are connecting with the most. Who do you call and spend time with? What are their attitudes like? If they are negative and support you for being in a slump, it may be time to make some changes. Seek out people who are positive and going to lift you up. Ones that are advocates for your success and well-being. 

#5 Take action
It’s time to take action. Decide on one step that you can take to pull yourself out of the slump. Start small, really small. Right now is just about doing something that will make you feel better. Start right now. Patience is important too, but some assume patience is doing nothing, remaining idle, sitting on your hands and waiting. That’s wrong during a slump, if you want to get out of it then take some form of action. 

There is more and one of the things is to become mentally tough. If you want to learn about what it takes for peak performance and the science behind how to achieve that STAY TUNED for my upcoming announcements!

Want some help immediately contact Corey for a complimentary mental mastery session to boost your performance.

7 Characteristic Traits of A Champion

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be at the top of your game in business or life?

Have you watched great athletes or leaders achieve outstanding results?

Do you feel you have what it takes to do the same?

So, what makes a champion? Raymond Floyd, 1976 Master Winner stated “It’s what is above your shoulders that make you a champion” and that is the truth. The mental game is what makes or breaks you in business, life or sports.  Champions have certain qualities and abilities that gives them the edge to produce amazing results. Here are ones I help develop and feel are 7 key qualities that produce champions:

  1. Attitude
    Attitudes are shaped early in your life and influenced by your caregivers, teachers and peers. How you perceive things effects your outcome. Developing the right attitude, a healthy good one where you perceive the opportunities and solutions that allows you to deal with whatever comes your way.
  2. Confidence
    Building confidence impacts your capacity as a performer and what you can cope with. It builds trust and hope. When failure or mistakes occur, confidence helps you bounce back with determination and fight the self-doubt that may arise.
  3. Courage
    To have courage is to have heart and act bravely even when fear is present. Courage allows you to face the fear and knock it out of your way. When things go wrong, courage keeps you moving forward. It helps you battle fatigue, competitors or injuries.
  4. Discipline
    When I talk about discipline I reference mental discipline. Mental discipline is the ability to stay focused on task and eliminate distractions both internal and external.  As a champion you know what direction you want to take and how to take it. You have the ability to control your mind. Mental discipline takes great effort and focus which helps you effectively execute.
  5. Concentration
    Concentration is about laser focus and awareness during performance. Void of thought and distraction and ability to execute. Mind is clear and concentration is on the task at hand.
  6. Intelligence
    Having intelligence gives you the edge. It allows you to know what is require. You can determine the techniques and skills that are needed. You can develop a strategy and focus on what is necessary to execute a plan. Intelligence allows you to analyze and adjust what is needed especially when problems arise.
  7. Relentlessness
    This is the will to win. Relentlessness is the ability to do the right thing, to persist and execute even when times are turbulent. You learn to stay the course, battle through adversity and stay focused.
These are just 7 of the traits and there are more.  These are traits that you may have and if not they can be learned. Reflect on which ones you have and those you want to develop.


Are you exploring alternative ways to earn a living? 

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  • The best and worst parts of being self-employed
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7 Steps to Clear Mental Chaos

Do you lack focus?

Do you feel stuck, overwhelmed and unable to take action?

Many people have a hard time slowing down their brain or clearing the thoughts in their mind.  Thoughts often come at whirlwind speed, and it can be hard to concentrate on the tasks at hand be it our work, our home life, or maybe our sports performance. When so many thoughts are floating around in the mind it creates what I call “mental chatter or chaos”.

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Top Qualities of Successful Women &  Leaders

I have always been blessed to be surrounded by powerful women who inspired and made me grow personally and professionally. There were trail blazers who led the way and had great impact on my life and destination. I’d like to pay tribute to them by highlighting some of the key qualities they reflected and instilled in me. They paved the way for me to become the person I am today and guided me to do what I do best.

Let me share with you the top qualities of successful women and leaders.

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Superbowl & 5 Steps to Make a Comeback!

When things seem to be going downhill be it in your career, your life or sports are you able to turn it around? 

Can you stop the spiral downwards and get back on track?

I’m unsure about you, but I’ve had times when my business felt like it was in a slump or during hockey season when I just couldn’t make the plays or score the goals.  It happens and you say to yourself “Can I make a comeback?”

On Sunday, I watched the New England Patriots make a comeback as they beat the Los Angelos Rams 13-3. The year before the Patriots were beaten by  Philadelphia Eagles with 1 quarter left and wondered how Tom Brady felt. Determined, driven to change the outcome this year? Yes! Did he dwell on last years defeat? No, as he is a leader with accurate passing, heart and grit – and that delivered him his 6th Super Bowl ring. What does he credit it to? The team and mental toughness, which included laser focus, a skill I teach. He gained back control, and with the help of his team mates, Tom Brady made a comeback – winning Super Bowl 2019.

Sometimes it comes down to the crunch and you are unsure if you can turn things around. So what do you do if you want to make a  comeback?

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Keep your Head in the Game

If you ever taken on a new role or position in your career or sport where the skill level was more of a challenge than you had before, then you know how it feels to make a change. Maybe you have some big changes that are coming your way in 2019 and you are unsure how you’ll cope.

How would you like to:

•  Manage changes with ease
•  Improve your skills and techniques to handle more
•  Achieve greater results and be more successful

You can learn the mental performance techniques of some of the most successful people and athletes. If you want to keep your head in the game and excel in all you do, then you’ll want to listen to my webinar.

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What My Mother Taught Me About Christmas

Christmas is tomorrow! While we are all busy getting busy for the festive day, this holiday also reminds me of someone special, my mother.

My Mother was a woman full of passion and laughter who followed her dreams but they unfortunately were cut short at the age of 43 when she died of a heart attack. Christmas is when she is remembered the most as it was her favorite time.

When I think back to Christmas with her I remember laughter, card games, family and friends and wonderful gifts. She always knew just what everyone wanted and made sure they received their special gifts.

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