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Aug 28, 2017

“It’s the closest sport to an actual battle.” Dr. Rob Bell, author of The Hinge, No Fear, Mental Toughness: Training for Golf, and Don’t “Should” On Your Kid, joins The MindSide Podcast to talk about what he has learned from the game of soccer as a sport psychology coach.

In the game of soccer there is...


Aug 22, 2017

“To me, a great story is something that is so good on its own, I can’t mess it up as a researcher or as a writer.” Jeffrey Marx, author of 6 bestsellers and keynote speaker, joins The MindSide Podcast this week to discuss his path as a journalist, as well as his perspective on today’s chaotic world.

Marx...


Aug 15, 2017

Before turning 13, Sean Fredella would have battled cancer 4 different times. Sean’s war with cancer started on Valentine’s Day of 2003, when he was no older than 2 years-old. Having gone through leukemia, a bone marrow transplant, chemotherapy, and radiation all within a seven-and-a-half-year course, Sean...


Aug 8, 2017

“The way people see their money is so interwoven into who they are.”

Pete Bush, certified financial planner and advisor joins The MindSide Podcast this week to discuss the intangibles needed for managing a person’s (including elite athlete’s) wealth.

Bush dives in to the importance of the relationship between a...


Aug 1, 2017

It’s more than just a play call. It’s a lifestyle. This week, The MindSide Podcast brings on “Kick-Six” (Auburn Football) announcer, Rod Bramblett, to share his wisdom and life lessons he has learned from being a sport’s announcer. An announcer creates the vision for the listener at home, and it’s not as...