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Seize Your Mind * Soccer, Mental Toughness, and Life *
52 minutes | Nov 20, 2020
Episode 33: Seize Your Mind Podcast #33 - Jason Jedamski - Educator - Speaker - Consultant - Soccer Coach
Jason’s passion for helping others be better in the world began as a youth soccer trainer as a junior in high school which set him on a path that led to a twenty year career in education serving as a classroom teacher, coach, and administrator. Jason is best known in the education world as the former Director of Student Life and Activities at Broken Arrow (OK) Public Schools where he turned a fading school culture into a thriving school culture as evidenced in Broken Arrow High School wining the Varsity Brands Most Spirited High School award in 2017. Jason's experiences as an educator include teaching pre-AP Chemistry, serving as an AP coordinator, as the administrator for an at-risk program, and as an academic assistant principal. Jason is known for his infections energy and his ability to ignite a fire in the people and schools he works with by empowering people to create places where everyone belongs, feel safe, and can grow. Jason is currently the Director of Innovation Academy for Broken Arrow Public Schools and he works as a speaker and facilitator for schools, teams, and businesses across The nation. You can contact him at 479.366.5843 (cell) or firstname.lastname@example.org (email) or @jjedamski on twitter.
55 minutes | Oct 2, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #32 - Dan Abrahams - Sports Psychologist, Author, Podcaster, and Blogger
Dan Abrahams is a registered sport psychologist from the UK. He is also an author, podcaster, and blogger. He is a consultant psychologist for elite (and developing elite) sports individuals, teams, clubs, organisations and governing bodies globally. He is the author of four bestselling sport psychology books: Soccer Tough, Soccer Tough II, Soccer Brain and Golf Tough.He has held senior psychology positions in several sports including Lead Psychologist for England Golf (2013-2016) and to England Rugby (2017-2018). His passion is to de-mystify sport and performance psychology by creating and delivering simple techniques to sporting populations.He is a leader in the field of soccer psychology and has consulted (and held contracts) with a number of Premier League teams. He also works with a range of soccer individuals, clubs, governing bodies and national associations worldwide and is an in-demand speaker at a number of events globally.In March 2017 he opened the Dan Abrahams Soccer Academy - an online membership site for players, coaches and parents to work together on the mental side of the game. It currently supports a number of clubs, College programmes and Academies with their psychological support.In September 2018 he started a podcast called "The Sport Psych Show." This has rapidly become one of the world's most listened to sport psychology podcasts. In this episode he discusses his journey to get where he is now, and shares some tips and tricks for soccer players they can begin using TODAY!
50 minutes | Sep 2, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #31 - Quincy Amarikwa - MLS Pro for 11 Years and Host Brandon Stone, M.S.
Quincy is a 32 year old Soccer Professional who just signed for the Las Vegas Lights and co-owns a company called Perfect Soccer. Quincy talks about what it takes to be successful, the value of changing your perspective on things that you might view as negative, failing so you can succeed, and more. http://www.PerfectSoccerSkills.com/SSShttps://quincyamarikwa.com/http://leverageinvestmentgroup.com/home
54 minutes | Aug 26, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #30 - David Yates - Oklahoma Soccer Association Technical Director US Soccer
In this episode of Seize Your Mind, David discusses the importance of mentors, how to become a soccer coach, how to communicate effectively, how to set goals, and more.
59 minutes | Aug 20, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #29 - Soccer Resilience - Clinical Psychologist Dr. Brad Miller & Former MLS Star Wells Thompson
This episode of Seize Your Mind featured the company Soccer Resilience. Dr. Brad Miller and Wells Thompson are the founders. Their passion is empowering players to strengthen their resilience both on and off the field. We discuss their company, what their "why" is, and some experiences that have formed them into who they are now. They also share some tips and tricks and thoughts on mental toughness. You can reach them at email@example.com (Wells Cell: 336-575-3324 or firstname.lastname@example.org
53 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #27 John Michael Waite - Tulsa Soccer Club - Host Brandon Stone M.S.
In this episode, John discusses his early years in North Tulsa, College Ball at Furman University in South Carolina, and Northeastern State University. He also talks about how he got into coaching and some of his philosophies on how to build players and teams. He discusses his version of keeping things fun, teamwork, goal setting and more.
52 minutes | Jun 19, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #24 Luchi Gonzalez Head Coach MLS : FC Dallas Host Brandon Stone, M.S.
Luchi discuses how the importance of having a positive mindset, never giving up, and to always be learning.
51 minutes | Jun 10, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #23 Oscar Pareja Head Coach for Orlando City SC and Host Brandon Stone, M.S.
Óscar Alexander Pareja Gómez (born 10 August 1968) is a Colombian professional football manager and former player. He is currently the head coach of Orlando City in Major League Soccer. Pareja is nicknamed El Generalito, the Little General, but is now called Papi. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%93scar_Pareja In this episode Oscar discusses what it was like growing up and becoming a professional. He delves into what it means to always be solution focused and never giving up. He also talks about treating players as humans and seeing the big picture.
55 minutes | Jun 9, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #21 USL FC Tulsa 's Head Coach Michael Nsien / Host Brandon Stone, M.S.
In this episode of Seize Your Mind, the podcast about Soccer, Mental Toughness, and Life, Michael talks about his values and principles, his work ethic, his never ending quest for improvement, and the importance of having fun. https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-n... @michaelnsien
62 minutes | May 28, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #20 PARA 7-A-SIDE NATIONAL TEAM Head Coach Stuart Sharp and Co-Captain David Garza
To contact the Paralympic Soccer team: email: extndedNT@ussoccer.org Twitter: @4Ssharp @ussoccer_PNT https://www.ussoccer.com/teams/paralympic-national-team The United States Men's Para 7 aside (Paralympic) National Soccer Team represents the United States in international competitions. It is operated by the United States Soccer Federation. The team finished seventh at the 2015 IPCPF World Championships. They have competed at several Paralympic Games, including the 1984, 1992, 1996, 2004 and 2012 editions. One of their best finishes was in 1996 when they finished fourth. Their Head Coach is Stuart Sharp. Comedian Josh Blue is one of their former players. The U.S. Para 7 aside National Soccer Team (USPNT) is an elite level program that selects players from across the United States in preparation for International standard competition. The National Team, in addition to friendly matches and invitational tournaments, competes in the following events: Intercontinental Cup, Copa America, World Championships, Parapan American Games, Paralympic Games. For players to be eligible, they must be ambulant (no requirement for assistive walking aids) and have one of the following neurological conditions, have had a Stroke, have Cerebral Palsy, have had a Traumatic Brain Injury / Acquired Brain Injury. Individuals with the above conditions may display varying degrees of the following impairments: Diplegia, Hemiplegia, Triplegia, Quadriplegia, Monoplegia, Dystonia, Athetosis, Ataxia, Balance issues, Co-ordination issues, Weakness in certain areas of the body. In many cases the above conditions may result in only minimal levels of motor dysfunction (some not noticeable to the untrained eye); however, under the rules of the sport, this could still make players eligible for the U.S. Paralympic National Team. "Football 7-a-side" is the standard term for the game informally known as "C.P. Football," and international tournaments are hosted by the International Paralympic Committee, FIFA, or International Federation of CP Football IFCPF. Team selection and tournaments are competitive, and tend to be run like professional sport organizations. The USA team trains at the Olympic Training Center at Chula Vista, California, and the Home Depot Center at Carson, California.
56 minutes | May 28, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #19 Freddy Juarez Head Coach Real Salt Lake Host Brandon Stone, M.S.
In this interview Freddy discloses what it was like growing up in New Mexico and how he got started in soccer. He also discusses leadership, adversity, confidence, team building, and focus. Freddy Juarez (born April 1, 1978) is an American former soccer player who is currently the head coach of Real Salt Lake in Major League Soccer. Playing career He began his professional career in 1998 with the El Paso Patriots. In 2004, he moved to the Minnesota Thunder for four seasons. 1999-2000 Wichita Wings NPSL (MISL) 2005 Invited into US Men's National Team Camp 2007 US Men's National Futsal Team Coaching career During the off season, Freddy also coaches a premier club team in Las Cruces, New Mexico. He has had much success coaching many teams from the New Mexico Striker F.C. His U19 team has won the New Mexico state championship six times and made it to the Far West Regional finals on more than one occasion. Coaching, Freddy has produced two professional players, brothers Edgar Castillo and Noel Castillo. He has most recently served as an assistant coach for Real Salt Lake of Major League Soccer; he was elevated to interim head coach on August 11, 2019, after the firing of Mike Petke. In December 2019 he became the team's fifth head coach.
36 minutes | May 27, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #18 Tab Ramos Head Coach Houston Dynamo / Host Brandon Stone, M.S.
Tab Ramos discusses his career progression, what it was like growing up, and how being a champion was instilled in him since birth.
64 minutes | May 19, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #17 Chris Armas the Head Coach of the NY Red Bulls and Host Brandon Stone
In this video Chris talks about the work ethic he observes from his mom and dad at an early age that turned him into the workhorse and professional that he is today. Chris is always striving to get better and do better, and to lift people up around him. He KNOWS that by him being a part of something, that it will get better. By having this belief, it becomes a self fulfilling prophecy.
15 minutes | May 9, 2020
Seize Your Mind Episode #14 Soccer Podcast with Guest Bruce Arena and Host Brandon Stone, M.S.
In this video Bruce tells a little about how he's gotten to where he is, his management style and how he builds a team and staff, and how he develops confidence. He talks about some of the past influences in his life and what's help make him successful.
57 minutes | Apr 29, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #13 with Scott Parkinson - Assistant Coach for the Chicago Red Stars
In today's podcast, Scotty talks about his early years, his coaching life now, and the future. Scott Parkinson will enter his first season with the Red Stars after serving as the Assistant Coach of Utah Royals FC for two seasons. He helped the Royals win 19 games in two years, consistently fighting for a playoff appearance during his stint. Previously, he served as the head coach of the Rogers State University women’s soccer program for two years, leading the Hillcats to a runner-up finish in the Heartland Conference Tournament in 2017.
56 minutes | Apr 21, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #12 with Coach Charlie Mitchell who Played with Pele @ NY Cosmos
In this episode, Charlie discusses his early soccer life, turning pro, transitioning into coaching, Charlie Mitchell is a Scottish American former soccer defender and coach. He played ten seasons in the North American Soccer League from 1970 to 1979. Mitchell played for St Mirren F.C. in his native Scotland. He joined the Rochester Lancers of the NASL in 1970. The Lancers won the NASL championship in 1970, and Mitchell was named an NASL all-star. He was an NASL second-team all-star in 1971 and 1975, and an honorable mention all-star in 1972 and 1974. In 1976 Mitchell moved to the New York Cosmos, where he had an assist on a spectacular bicycle kick goal scored by his teammate Pelé in a game against the Miami Toros. In 1977 Mitchell played for Team Hawaii, where he became player-manager in mid-season. Team Hawaii moved to Tulsa in 1978 and became the Tulsa Roughnecks; Mitchell was the only player Tulsa retained from the Hawaii roster. Mitchell played the 1979 season for the Toronto Blizzard, and finished his NASL playing career with a total of 206 NASL regular-season games and nine NASL playoff games. After ending his playing career, Mitchell returned to Tulsa as manager of the Roughnecks. The 1980 team finished with a 15-17 record and lost to the Cosmos in the first round of the playoffs. His 1981 team started with an 11-10 record, but in July 1981, Mitchell was replaced by his assistant Terry Hennessey. Sports Illustrated reported that this was due to team management's dissatisfaction with the Roughnecks' low-scoring offense. Mitchell remained a popular figure in Tulsa, as a participant in local youth soccer programs, and as a sports bar-restaurant operator. He coached the men's and women's soccer teams at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma for nine years until his resignation in June 2005.
66 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #9 Barata - Futsal at Santos FC - Coached Neymar / Rodrygo / Gabigol
This is the English Dubbed version. Barata is the Director of the Futsal department at Santos FC.. In this interview he discusses his past, favorite moments in his history as a player and coach, and discusses some of the methodology and culture at Santos. Para a Versao em Portugues, veja episodio #8
57 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #11 Soccer, Mental Toughness, and Life with Brian Dunseth and Brandon Stone
Brian Dunseth from Upland, California is a TV soccer commentator and former American soccer player. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Dunseth In this podcast we discuss what it was like growing up, his obsession with working out and training, his love for the game, and finding his new identity post soccer.
66 minutes | Apr 15, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #8 Futebol, Forca Mental, e Vida com Barata Diretor de Futsal do Santos FC
Portuguese version. For the English version, see episode #9 Esta e a Versao em Portugues Barata discute a philosophia do Futsal no Santos, a sua carreira, momentos importantes, e da varios conselhos sobre futsal e vida.
54 minutes | Apr 9, 2020
Seize Your Mind Podcast #10 Sports Psychologist Dr. Chris Shambrook Co Author of Soccer: The Mind Game
Seize Your Mind the Podcast about Soccer, Mental Toughness, and Life. Today's special guest is Dr. Chris Shambrook, co-author of the book Soccer: The Mind Game. Http://www.believeperform.com email@example.com Email Adam and mention this podcast for %50 off Chris has been working in the world of high performance since 1996. All this means that he’s got lots of experience of supporting people to go from good to great. Chris takes this experience and helps to shape the core ideas and tools that we share in all of our work, from coaching to content. It’s his job to make sure we’ve got practical stuff to share with people to help them fulfil their potential. The why Having been the Psychology Consultant for the GB Rowing Team since 1997, Chris has tried loads of different ways to support coaches and athletes get competitive advantage through the way they develop their psychology. Winning after winning is a compelling driver for everyone in elite sport, and being around many people who have become expert at this, Chris is driven by a desire to see how well those characteristics can be developed in anyone who wants to perform better in their equivalent of the Olympic Games. The How The HOW is simple – practical psychological advice through coaching or content, grounded in great theory, backed by the confidence that comes from supporting people to deliver amazing results, and then made relevant to the challenges you face. Psychology is common sense, not commonly applied, so Chris works hard to ensure we’ve got ideas that inspire people to apply the common sense with uncommon discipline. Never stand still Chris has a good balance of confidence and paranoia. This leads to him being very focused on taking what we know works already, and delivers value, and consistently asking how we can make it better and how we can make it more relevant. As a result of working in elite sport, where no-one is ever the finished article, Chris is constantly challenged by the people around him to deliver value, so as with all good things, the stimulus of the world you inhabit will lead to evolution.
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