Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in Comments! | Posted on 12-03-2009
“Nearly 20 years of knowing Linda and Bryce. You two amaze me with your courage to continue to grow, embrace life and change. Your commitment to assisting others, athletes and non-athletes reach to challenge themselves and vibrate, body and soul in peak performance. Inspiring. I’m proud to know you. You two ROCK!!!!”
Co-Founder of Osiris Organization
Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in Comments! | Posted on 10-03-2009
“I have known Dr. Bryce Young and Linda LeClaire for over a decade and a half. They take the mental and emotional game to the deepest level, it makes a difference in sports and life.”
USPTA Master Professional
USA High Performance Coach
Director of Tennis
San Diego Tennis and Racquet Club
Angel Lopez Tennis Academy
Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in Hypnotherapy | Posted on 10-03-2009
Your powerful, positive energy has made a marvelous change in my life. Being relieved of my miserable habit is having a “ripple effect” on my general feeling of well-being. I am elated! I thank you and send you loving gratitude.” ~LM
Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in Basketball | Posted on 07-03-2009
- Dustin Scott of The College of Charleston has career high 16 rebounds!
Basketball fans around the country are following their favorite teams and even some not so favorite. Who will rise to the top? Which teams will make it to the Big Dance? Even if you aren’t an ardent fan during the regular season it is hard to resist the lure of March Madness.
The College of Charleston advanced to the quarterfinals last night with a win over UNC Greensboro. Dustin Scott is a senior on the team and a fine young man. He has a heart of gold. I still remember how he made a last second basket to win against Temple in one of his first games playing for The College of Charleston. He was quoted after the game, “Seeing that smile on Coach Cremin’s face made me so happy!”
It isn’t unusual for Dustin to think outside of himself. He cares about his teammates and his family, and it shows. Dustin is just one of many players you will be seeing play this month who is so much more than the game he loves to play! So enjoy the madness! Embrace it! It is a game and it is fun!
Who are you cheering for?
Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in The Confidence Factor | Posted on 05-03-2009
“Linda, I just wanted you to know how much I am celebrating your new book , The Confidence Factor and all that I am learning while reading it! I was captivated and could not put it down as I traveled last Friday. It made the craziness and delayed flight no problem what-so-ever!
I have only several pages to go and am loving every aspect of this brilliant piece of work!
Congrats on such a great contribution to life and sports.”
Lisa Duncan, President of Teaching Concepts
Thank you, Lisa! You are a leader in life and sports! Congratulations to you for all your good work.
Posted by Linda LeClaire | Posted in Tips for Peak Performance | Posted on 05-03-2009
Your eyes do make a difference!
- “I’m ready! Give me your best pitch!”
Let me tell you the story of this young hitter. His name is Jacob. He is two years old. His dad and his grandfather are baseball coaches. In fact, his grandfather is a Hall of Fame Baseball Coach. You could say little Jacob is around baseball players more than the average two year old. He loves baseball. After games, he is the first one out on the field to run the bases. If there is a bat any where near him, he will pick it up and start swinging. He has probably broken more lamps and knick knacks at two years than most people do in a life time! He just can’t help himself. He loves to swing that bat. Notice his stance. Pretty good, wouldn’t you say!
Now, notice his eyes. He has already learned that his eyes are an important part of hitting a baseball. How has he learned this at such a young age? Observation. Yes, he observes the athletes around him as he follows his dad and grandfather around on the field. He has picked up naturally the most important key to high level performance.
You can too! Observe great athletes in action. Their eyes exude confidence. They are totally focused in on the action they are performing. Your eyes do make a difference. You easily know when an athlete is tuned in or out by how he or she is using her eyes. Is he rolling his eyes? Are his eyes darting back and forth? Are his eyes focused and strong? Your eyes can change your energy from scattered or stuck energy to energy that is flowing freely and in balance.
Do it yourself. Experiment with using your eyes in different ways. Notice how your energy shifts with the focus coming from your eyes. You have complete control over your eyes. So take advantage of this powerful tool and use your eyes in competition to raise your performance!
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. I have a feeling we are going to see much more of little Jacob on the baseball field!