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Mental Management Seminar by Lanny Bassham











Mental Management Seminar
Lanny Bassham

This four disc DVD video series is an advanced class in Mental Management presented by Lanny Bassham. You will feel like you are in a live seminar as Lanny takes you through these topics:

Winning the Mental Game: Learn why 90% of all winning is accomplished by 5% of the competitors. Understand the three mental processes that control a winning performance. Master the secrets used by Olympic Champions to win the mental game in business and sports. 60 minutes

Performing Under Pressure: When you are under pressure to perform well are YOU in control? Learn why most of our beliefs about pressure are myths. Become skilled at pressure control strategies used by Olympic Champions. Master mental rehearsal, running a mental program, and performance analysis to gain an edge in business and sports. 67 minutes

Goal Setting & Goal Getting: Setting goals is not enough. Getting them requires mental discipline. Learn why goal getting is the most important skill you will ever need. Learn why most of our beliefs about goal setting are ineffective. Become skilled at the same goal getting system used by Olympic Champions. Master the 10 rules of attainment and the becoming process. 66 minutes

Mastering Self Image Change: Change your self image and you change your future. Learn why your self image and your performance are always equal. Learn how to change any attitude or habit in just 21 days. Master self image imprinting and reinforcement techniques. 62 minutes

4 hours, 15 minutes Total Running Time

About Lanny:
At the 1972 Olympic Games, Lanny Bassham failed in his attempt to win the Gold Medal in International Rifle Shooting. He had a mental failure resulting in his taking the Silver instead. Frustrated, Lanny wanted to take a course in controlling the mind under pressure. After looking for such a seminar and not finding satisfaction, Bassham began to interview Olympic Gold Medalists to discover what they were doing differently to win. What he discovered was truly remarkable. Bassham created a system of mental control he called Mental Management®. Within the next six years Lanny Bassham dominated his sport, winning 22 world individual and team titles, setting 4 world records and winning the coveted Olympic Gold Medal in Montreal in 1976. For the past 28 years, Lanny has been teaching Mental Management® to Olympians, business owners, Fortune 500 Corporations, and athletes in all sports.

Member comments:

Since taking your seminar and making it a goal to focus on and take control of the principles of Mental Management for myself, I have been much more successful at local trials and at big events. Fly and I were in the AKC Nationals finals in early 2006 and came in second place by one tenth of a second. Most importantly, though, was that the entire weekend of competition was like a dream, where I was cool, calm, and collected, and nothing stood in the way of my making it in to the finals with Fly. Of five rounds of competition, he placed first in three of those rounds, out of many many dogs. I don't know that we were any faster or better than any of those other teams, but I DO know that our mental game was stronger. This past November, Fly made it to the finals at USDAA Nationals for a third time. My only goal in the finals was to finally throw the USDAA Nationals monkey off of my back and prove for once and for all that the pattern of mentally overheating at big events was OVER. We qualified and came in tenth place overall - not a podium win, but worth more than first place to me!

My young dog, Jester, has benefited tremendously from the very beginning of his competitive career as a result of my improved mental game, thanks to the principles of Mental Management. As a two year old, he qualified for and attended the AKC World Team Tryouts in May of 2006, and although he did not make the team, he put in a very respectable performance for a dog so young. This past year at USDAA Nationals, he made it to the $10,000 Steeplechase Finals. My whole mindset had changed; "the win" was no longer the most important thing to me. Doing my best under pressure, and providing a positive experience to my young dog to encourage *him* to do his best under pressure were the most important things to me. Jester and I came in fifth place in the Steeplechase finals, competing against some of the best and most seasoned competitors and dogs in the world. Truly, attainment is a more important, and a more enjoyable feeling than achievement alone could ever be.

There are many agility competitors out there who can relate -competitors who have discovered a passion for a sport but who have no prior experience with competition or the competitive spirit that awakes within them. Technical skill and great training will only go as far as your mental game will allow them to - without focusing on your mental game you will never maximize your potential! I wouldn't be where I am today technically without the help of some incredible trainers, and I wouldn't be where I am today competitively without the help of Mental Management Systems.Thank you Mental Management, and thank you Lanny. ...Daisy Peel Dog Agility Champion


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