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90% Mental | Lisa Willis, Olympic Gold Medalist and former WNBA Basketball Player “The Fear of Failure”

Posted April 9, 2018 by in

Lisa Willis, former WNBA basketball player and Olympic gold medalist talks about how to deal with the fear of failure and how to focus on the rights things when competing. She discusses how to look fear in the face and conquer it. Lisa states, “fear is created by oneself, you can deal with the fear you created or you can create healthy fear, it’s your choice”. She shares how she dealt with fear when playing at the collegiate and professional level, but she also shares how she teaches young athletes to trust the process and thrive under pressure where fear is not in the picture. There is nothing like hearing the gospel on this topic from an professional and an Olympian.

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