How Brandon Bostick & Athletes Recover From A Choke

This past weekend, in American Football, we saw an amazing comeback by the Seattle Seahawks over the Greenbay Packers. It was almost miraculous. With the game having only 5 minutes to go, I actually told my friend that the game is over and the Seahawks have lost. (We are in Seattle so it was quite sad at the time). I said that I thought that ...

This past weekend, in American Football,  we saw an amazing comeback by the Seattle Seahawks over the Greenbay Packers.  It was almost miraculous.  With the game having only 5 minutes to go, I actually told my friend that the game is over and the Seahawks have lost. (We are in Seattle so it was quite sad at the time).  I said that I thought that maybe they had a 2% chance of coming back.

The Seahawks did come back and win but, in large part, due to a fumbled on-side kick by a member of the Packers, Brandon Bostick, that opened the door.  Bostick has got to be feeling horrible this week and maybe for a long time. Some athletes never recover and carry the burden with them into the next season and beyond. I know because I’ve helped numerous athletes clear this baggage.

Here’s a short video I did on the 3 steps to get over a serious mistake in a big event.

Source: www.mentaltoughnesstrainer.com