Full Force Life
About This Show
Jason Botts is an Extreme Focus Coach, NLP Master Practitioner, and former Major League Baseball player. Jason has privately coached a wide array of clients from elite athletes to entrepreneurs, military veterans to teenagers, company presidents to stay at home moms. In each episode of the FULL FORCE LIFE Podcast, Jason discusses the real forces that shape our success and fulfillment, the beliefs of who we are, whats most important and what we’re capable of, and how to realign and reprogram yourself with the beliefs that will be necessary to live your ultimate vision.
Most Recent Episode
MLB Mike Colangelo–the Value of Competing
4 days ago
This is a show that’s about using and aligning everything that’s around you and within you so that you can be your very best at. You have that vision, you have that goal, you have that dream, let’s align our beliefs, our values, our thinking patterns, our strategies, whatever we possibly can so that we can go out there not only perform at the highest level but enjoy it more than we've ever had before as well. Live life in the zone.
Today we have a great guest, a dear friend of mine, a guy who was a former Major Leaguer as well, Mike Colangelo. This guy has done not only tremendous things within the game but I have the highest utmost respect for him as a man and as a father and husband. One of the things that I really love about him is he is a straight shooter, real talk. That’s what we should be calling this episode, Real Talk with Mike Colangelo. As a man who works with so many young and up and coming athletes in baseball with travel programs, with the showcase that he puts on, with now coaching a high school team. The man knows how to get the best out of them, how to shape all of them. He has his own beliefs on them and he shares them. I love him to death. I can't wait for you all to hear it as well. I think it’s going to open the minds of a lot of other coaches and a lot of other parents as well. Hopefully a lot of athletes will be able to walk away with things that they could focus on, that they can improve, that they can go out there and apply their next practice or their next game.