YOUR SUCCESS IS IN YOUR OWN HANDS.
What does it take to be a champion?
You have to love what you do.
You have to care about the little details that other people let slide. And you have to have deep, unshakable confidence. A lot of what separates a player from a champion is mental. We can’t ignore the importance of keeping our mind away from the negative and focused on the end goal. On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I’m sharing the most inspirational clips of interviews with the world’s greatest female athletes: Maria Sharapova, Katrin Tanja Davíðsdóttir, Michelle Waterson, Sasha Digiulian, Brooke Ence, The Bella twins, Emily Skye, and Danica Patrick. Maria Sharapova is one of the world’s greatest tennis players, Katrin Tanja Davíðsdóttir is a two-time champion of the CrossFit Games, Michelle Waterson is a mixed martial artist who competes in the UFC, Sasha Digiulian is a world champion climber, Brooke Ence is an elite CrossFit Champion, The Bella Twins are former WWE Wrestlers, Emily Skye is a top fitness model, and Danica Patrick is the most successful woman in the history of American open-wheel racing. We can all get distracted by self-doubt, comparing ourselves to others, and focusing on the wrong things. But we can train ourselves to have the mindset of a champion. It feels good to be great at what you do. Get ready to learn step into your greatness on Episode 803.
Some Questions I Ask:
Why are you so driven to be the best? (7:00)
What does it mean to be respectful of your opponent? (16:30)
How do you stay focused when you’re scared? (18:57)
What are some tools you use when you start comparing yourself? (30:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
The difference between “showing up” and “playing” (6:00)
The reason you need to focus on the things you can control (12:00)
Why not doing your best is doing a disservice to your opponent (18:00)
How trust can heal anxiety (20:00)
How to not let negative comments affect you (27:00)
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“PASSION IS THE NUMBER ONE INGREDIENT TO SUCCEEDING IN ANYTHING.”
Are you governed by fear?
If so, it’s time to figure out if what you’re scared of is real or imaginary.
What if there really isn’t anything to be afraid of?
You might have some setbacks or “fall,” but at the end of the day you’ll be fine.
In the face of stress, you can get overwhelmed by negative emotions, or you can look forward. You can instead focus on the task ahead.
It’s all about your mindset.
On today’s episode of The School of Greatness, I talk about fear with a champion climber who has learned to be mental tough by constantly pushing her limits: Sasha Digiulian.
Sasha Digiulian first began climbing at 6 years old, in 1998. She has won the World Championships for Female Overall and has placed Silver in the Bouldering World Championships, as well as Bronze in the Duel. Sasha has been the undefeated Panamerican Champion 2004 to the present, and she is a three-time US National Champion.
Outdoors, Sasha is the first North American woman to climb the grade 9a, 5.14d, recognized as one of the hardest sport climbs achieved by a female. She has done two. Sasha was the third woman in the world to accomplish this grade. Additionally, she has onsighted multiple 8b+’s, 5.14a’s, ascended groundbreaking multi-pitch routes of up to 1000 feet of 8c climbing, and has accomplished multiple First Ascents and 28 First Female Ascents around the world, including a First Female Ascent on the North Face of the Eiger.
Sasha has learned to trust the process and the universe in order to quiet her anxiety.
She says that the only way to get up a mountain is to think positively. She’ll find herself saying, “Just go, just go, just go” when she’s in a tough spot.
So get ready to learn how to have the mindset of a champion risk-taker on Episode 731.
Some Questions I Ask:
What’s the highest mountain you’ve climbed? (20:00)
How do you stay focused while climbing? (23:30)
Are there more men or women in climbing? (27:00)
How do you manage stress levels? (32:00)
What’s your thought process during a climb? (46:00)
What did you learn from your father’s death? (1:00:00)
In This Episode You Will Learn:
The difference between speed climbing, bouldering, and sport climbing (11:00)
How Sasha got started in climbing (12:00)
The largest distance Sasha has fallen (17:00)
About Sasha’s scariest climb (34:00)
The mantras that Sasha says while climbing (48:00)
The three things Sasha’s parents taught her (53:00)
The reason why sleep is so important (1:06:00)
Professional rock climber, Sasha DiGiulian, has been competing since she was 12 years old. Sasha turned professional before she even entered college! Today Sasha will share with us more about her life as a professional rock climber and how she balanced doing both throughout college. She will also share how she managed her own contracts on her own from a young age and what she learned about building the right team of professionals around her, like a financial advisor and manager. In This Episode We Discuss: What to look for when building a team, including a financial planner What the life and schedule of a professional rock climber looks like The importance of learning your worth and not settling for what you don’t agree with. For more information, visit the show notes at http://www.worth-listening.com
The 2015 Annual Benefit Dinner is the American Alpine Club's biggest and most anticipated event of the year. In this presentation, Sasha DiGiulian talks about the development of her climbing career. She also comments on her recent experience with ice climbing and the transition from indoor to outdoor climbing,
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