“Why does it seem like I am doing all the right things, but the results are still not showing?”

“I know I need to work on my “mindset”, but what does that even look like anyway?”

“How come I put in the work but still doubt myself when it’s time to perform?”

“Why do other people who don’t work as hard as me play better and get better results?”

Does any of this sound familiar to you?

I can relate, because I felt the exact same way. Whether you play a sport or run a business, you want to make sure that you’re using your energy on the things that are going to make you more money, get you more time on the field/court, and get you that scholarship or spot on the team. The things that are going to move the needle. You don’t want to be just like everyone else who gives up at the first sign of things not going their way, going from tactic to tactic, and stil not seeing the results they want.

So you’ve read some books, listened to some podcasts..but now what?

How do you actually start feeling like you belong out there, instead of doubting whether or not you’re even good enough?

How do you wake up in the morning excited about practice, training and all the other part of the grind without losing your motivation?

How do I step out on the field/court and actually play my best from start to finish, instead of always starting slow?

How do you get your coaches and teammates to actually notice you as a leader?

This is what “I’m Not You” is about. I played football at every level, including earning myself a scholarship in college, becoming an all america and earning my way onto the New orleans Saints, where I started and played with some of the best athletes in the world.

One of the coolest parts about that is that I got to see how the top athletes think. They thought differently, had way different mindsets and because of that they did things totally different from the guys i was used to being around in college all the time.

I remember feeling awkward when I would train instead of going to parties, lift weights instead hango gpoint playing video games.  but now it all made sense.

It’s all about how you think.

Tha’s why in 2012, I decided to quit training players in the gym, and start training their mind. I created systems for getting rid of those negative thoughts that come up when playing, reaching goals in a way that felt like you were actually getting somewhere, and stepping out on the field feeling READY instead of wondering if you’re good enough or if you trained enough.

Now I want to show you a you step by step how to create and develop a DOMINANT mindset.

I want to show you the strategies you need to own it everytime your name and number is called, and how you can keep getting better, while others quit or make excuses.

I want to teach  you how you can actually get yourself to follow through on the things that matter most, so that you can go on the field knowing you’ve done everything you can to prepare.

I want you to become the type of leader that people look to when it’s all on the line. The type that always plays your best, when it matters most. The type that always gets better, and always finds a way to come out on top, in any environment.

So are you ready to DOMINATE and take your performance to the next level?

Here is exactly what you can do right now:

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