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12
Oct

Dr. Gregg interviewed on SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio – Ryder Cup Pressure

Dr. Gregg was recently interviewed about pressure and the mental game of PGA players in the Ryder Cup on the “Talk of the TOUR” by John Swantek from SiriusXM PGA TOUR radio. You can listen to the full interview below.

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11
Sep

The Head Coach: Lead Yourself to Success

Austin Peay State University is in a transformation. Recently, APSU was voted as one of the best universities to work for in the United States. Only 140 universities were picked for this prestigious list, as surveyed by The Chronicle of Higher Education. While many factors contributed to this honor, one factor came from the top […]

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23
Feb

Did you know that being a fan of a team can boost your health?

Do you have a favorite team you always cheer on? Check out this article I contributed to about feeling good about fandom: http://www.everydayhealth.com/mens-health-pictures/the-health-benefits-and-risks-of-sports-superfandom.aspx#/slide-6

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06
Feb

What Can We Learn From Eli Manning in SuperBowl XLVI?

We learn that go to our habits under pressure. Check out this video to find out more:

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03
Jan

Happy New Year and Your resolutions

As any motivational expert will tell you, making resolutions is easy, keeping them is another story. How do you keep your resolutions? I suggest two ways: 1) Tell two people your resolutions and ask them to ask you every month whether or not you are keeping them. 2) if you are not keeping them when […]

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12
Dec

President Obama on 60 Minutes-Great Leadership?

As a Leadership speaker, I am always looking for great examples of effective leadership. President Obama was on 60 minutes last night and his appearance had a few interesting points about being a great leader. His likeability factor is still very high yet his approval rating has dropped dramatically. Why? Because people believe he is […]

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05
Dec

Tiger Woods wins at the Chevron World Challenge

As a business keynote speaker, I look for motivational figures. Tiger Woods has struggled for many years for the last 2 years. He is back. This is a great example of how everyone has ups and downs in their career, but if we keep plugging away, keep our confidence and be patient, we will get […]

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28
Nov

Is Tim Tebow a Great Leader?

As a motivational speaker, I am always looking for great people and situations to speak about in my business senimars. Tim Tebow exudes great leadership. He has taken the hapless Broncos to a possible playoff team. He inspires people to become great and he does this through his actions. He did this at the University […]

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21
Nov

Does Tiger Woods have his mental toughness back?

As a motivational speaker, I have not spoken about Tiger Woods for a variety of reasons for the last 2 years. But he is back. For those who watched Tiger Woods at the Australian Open and the President’s cup realize he is almost back, if not back. His long game is great and his putting […]

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31
Oct

Be mentally tough with a necklace? Ask Major League Baseball players

Check out this article at CNN.com about the necklace that major league baseball players are wearing to bring them good luck. I contributed to this article about the benefits of superstitions: http://www.cnn.com/2011/10/26/health/power-good-luck-charm/index.html?&hpt=hp_c2

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