Module 1 - Get Fired Up & Create Your Vision
Please scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page as there are other tasks that you need to complete below the videos.
Video 1 of 3
This video discusses what really makes a great hockey player and talks about the role of talent versus desire.
Video 2 of 3
In this video we will be discussing getting out of your comfort zone, setting goals, sacrifice and being accountable
Video 3 of 3
In this video we will be talking about the factors which affect performance and what makes the top international players so great.
Interviews with Olympic medalists
Motivational Videos With Olympic Players
Additional Action Points:
- Download the actionable worksheet below and complete all the action steps / tasks
- Send the complete document to me on email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- WEEK 1 ACTION STEPS [COMPLETE WORKSHEET]
This worksheet includes all the action steps required for this module. Download the PDF and save it onto your computer before typing in your answers. You can also print if you prefer.
Here Are The Individual Documents Too (Just In Case)
- 12 Month Season Plan Template
Download this template and complete it with your schedule of games and trainings.
- Performance Profile Self-Assessment Worksheet
Download and complete this self-assessment worksheet and send it back to me before our first call.
- Goal Setting Worksheet
Download and complete this goal setting worksheet, using the principles you learn't in the video's.
- Week 1 Action Steps (word document)
Download and use this document to write down your answers to the action steps. It's in a word document so you fill it out without the need to print.
- 4 Pillars Goal Action Plan Sheet
You can download and use this template for putting together an action plan/map of exactly what you need to do to reach your goals.
- Weekly Objective Planner
Once you've done the 4 pillar worksheet, you can use this template to plan out what to focus on each and every week. Get into the habit of doing something everyday to improve your hockey, even if it is just 20-30 minutes. Be specific and remember to review each week.