Athlete Maestro | Master The Craft Of Being An Athlete with Tola Ogunlewe
About This Show
How do i perform to my best as an athlete? Live up to my true potential? Ensure that my talent guarantees me success? These are just some of the important questions that Sports Lawyer and Performance Coach, Tola Ogunlewe, delves into on the Athlete Maestro Podcast. Featuring insights from scientifically proven methods and data, examples from Tom Brady, LeBron James, Floyd Mayweather etc, as well as mini masterclasses and step-by-step guides, each episode is made with you in mind to help you take one action to kickstart or revive your sports career. Tola's specialty is making it easy and understandable just the way athletes like it. No long story nonsense. Wondering how to find your best form? Recover from your setbacks? and build mental toughness? Discover why Tola is so good at what he does whilst you develop championship level mindsets and perform consistently to your very best.
Most Recent Episode
EP 138 - The Dangers of Hope
Abraham Lincoln said "We hope all danger may be overcome but to conclude that no danger may arise would itself be dangerous"
Everyone hopes, everyone dreams, everyone believes. But most people never move beyond this stage and their dreams are never realised.
There is a danger in always looking to the future, always believing that something better is coming without taking the necessary action to make it a reality.
Action is what makes all the difference.
in this episode we discuss the dangers of hope and breakdown the elements you need to avoid and what you need to be focusing on.
Essential learning points from this episode:
Too much hope is dangerous
Belief without action is useless
The road can sometimes be rough
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