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    Performed by Trevor Moawad with a foreword written and read by Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson

    From a top mental conditioning coach - "the world’s best brain trainer" (Sports Illustrated) - who has transformed the lives and careers of elite athletes, business leaders, and military personnel, battle-tested strategies that will give you tools to manage and overcome negativity and achieve any goal.

    He knows how to win. More, he knows the many ways - subtle, brutal, often self-inflicted - we lose. 

    As the most trusted mental coach in the world of sports, Trevor Moawad has worked with many of the most dominant athletes and the savviest coaches. From Nick Saban and Kirby Smart to Russell Wilson, they all look to Moawad for help finding or keeping or regaining their competitive edge. (As do countless business leaders and members of special forces.) 

    Now, at last, Moawad shares his unique philosophy with the general public. He lays out lessons he's derived from his greatest career successes as well as personal setbacks, the game-changing wisdom he's earned as the go-to whisperer for elite performers on fields of play and among men and women headed to the battlefield. 

    Moawad's motivational approach is elegant but refreshingly simple: He replaces hardwired negativity, the kind of defeatist mindset that's nearly everybody's default, with what he calls "neutral thinking". His own special innovation, it's a nonjudgmental, nonreactive way of coolly assessing problems and analyzing crises, a mode of attack that offers luminous clarity and supreme calm in the critical moments before taking decisive action. 

    Not only can neutral thinking raise your performance level - it can transform your overall life. And it all starts, Moawad says, with letting go. Past failures, past losses - let them go. 

    "The past isn't predictive. If you can absorb and embrace that belief, everything changes. You'll instantly feel more calm. And the athlete - or employee or parent or spouse-who's more calm is also more aware, and more times than not...will win."

    Supplemental enhancement PDF accompanies the audiobook.

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

    ©2020 Trevor Moawad and Andy Staples (P)2020 HarperAudio

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    90% is football match analysis

    Do you love to listen to American football match summary and analysis ? will you sit through it for 90% of this title to get to the 5 to 10% advice ? if not you could get very very bored.

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    • 10/03/2020

    It doesn’t take the F word

    I got a few useful things from this book but I found the # of times the F word was used to be very annoying. Just like a good comedian doesn’t need to use the F word if he or she is really funny, a good book doesn’t either.
    Very unprofessional. I wouldn’t recommend this book to anyone.

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    • JJ
    • 08/03/2020

    I want to like it more

    I came to this book from his interview on Impact Theory. His message is good, plan is good. I’m not a sports lover or hater. I recognize the immense skill involved.
    The stories are so sports forward it loses the message content for me. The YouTube interview was better for me, but that is my perspective. It’ll be fantastic for another. Still good content.

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    • John Keys
    • 06/02/2020

    Whoa! Mind Blown

    A friend of mine turned me on to Trevor Moawad. I had the original Chicken Soup for the Soul and while that one made me happy I have to say this work has truly inspired! Absolutely loved the audio and will listen to it again and again! Thus book is a blueprint to high performance culture creation that I have been looking for!

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    • Mr. 456
    • 21/06/2020

    Much potential

    This could have been a great book. There is to much football talk. Okay you want to let us know you deal with athletes, cool. We get it it's high pressure, big stakes yada, yada, yada. I'm cool with you fleshing things out and providing context, but when you give us play-by-play of games and trivial sports insights, it's not only unimportant, but just added words and time to the narrative. Do yourself a favor and watch the interview he did with Tom B. He wouldn't let him dwell on the unessential. The neutral thinking is powerful, but everything else is about how cool he is to train pros, sporting games details and how you can help other pros in the future. Okay...

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    • Serifa
    • 03/03/2020

    Good message but feels like the first attempt at a book

    I like what You’re selling in regards to neutral thinking. Frankly everything you said resonates with me (much I’ve heard before but that usually the case with self help). As a piece of neutral feedback, if you plan on reading any more of your books I’d like to recommend a couple things

    - drop the attempt at a country accent. It makes you sound like you’re pandering to an audience and comes off as disingenuous

    - drop the giggles and snickers. Half the time it does makes sense within the context of what you’re saying

    If you plan on releasing any revisions to your book I’d like to have more concrete steps of how to implement your system at the end of each chapter.

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    • Shaun Guerrero
    • 07/02/2020

    Want to become a mental giant? Read this book.

    I’ve always wondered how Russell Wilson was able to be so calm in championship moments. This book gave me a glimpse into that and also why he responds in post game interviews the way he does. It is extremely practical for my industry which is mortgages in real estate. I can’t recommend this book enough. I loved it and will re-read it over and over and make sure I gift it To my business partners and colleagues. Thank You Trevor, Andy and Russell For introducing me to neutral thinking. I will put the methods I learned from this book and put them into practice.

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    • Slick Rick
    • 06/02/2020

    A perfect Segway into bettering yourself

    I have been a Trevor Moawad fan ever since I heard his first podcast with drama. I’ve been on the self help journey for a while and the lessons that he teaches seems to resonate with me the most. This book gives you a good insight on how some of the top performers in the world think and make themselves better. I appreciate the idea of neutral thinking. I’ve always thought that “just be positive all the time” was never the answer and I’m glad that I’m not the only one that feels this way. Awesome book, worth the read.

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    • T.Y.
    • 06/02/2020

    Highly Recommended

    This was a great listen! Very easy to follow along and really enjoyed all of the parallels to sports and elite athletes. Congrats Trevor! Very well done

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    • Leah Lewis
    • 26/02/2020

    POWERFUL

    Incredible message, not just for athletes, but anyone ready to change their life and commit to achieving success.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 19/02/2020

    I'm staying neutral!

    Trevor's message resonated with me because I've never been a very optimistic or pessimistic person I just am what I am and this whole thing with the neutral, changes my perspective because my change now is only a few degrees instead of 90 or 180 degrees for a complete change. I've tried positivity before and I will say it's worked, but unfortunately it just has never been a sustainable thing for me to carry and continue. I've been able to implement this strategy immediately.

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    • Dominique
    • 15/07/2020

    Great speaker, great stories, too little exercises

    Really an impressive speaker and Trevor has some Really good concepts.
    I would have loved some more practical advises /exercises to reach your peak performance in the book to give it 5 stars.
    Nevertheless worth every penny!