Mental Skills: Building Blocks of Success

Sharpen your focus, improve your confidence, and find your unique "go zone"

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This package includes the following modules:
[check out the detailed curriculum down below]

Most athletes struggle, at times, with fear and doubt - but we don’t have to let our confidence ebb and flow with these feelings

Are you tired of the "roller coaster" effect of your confidence? Do you wish your confidence was more consistent?

This module focuses on ways to build and maintain confidence as a foundation of your performance - not the result of your performance.

Through this module, student-athletes can find the right level of confidence through powerful and productive self-coaching strategies.

You can train your focus like you train your muscles

Your attention needs intention!

We all tend to feel as if our focus is out of our control. Instead, focus is something you can develop - and we have the skills just for you!

Get ready for a lesson packed with strategies on how to train your focus.

Learning about your unique “Go Zone” will put you back in control of your mindset.

Wouldn't it be nice to keep your composure no matter what the score says?

Whether you need energy to psych up, calm down, or simply just stay dialed in throughout training and competition, this lesson is for you!

Feeling overwhelmed as a college student-athlete is normal - but it doesn't have to stay that way! After engaging in this lesson, you will understand how to increase your awareness of energy management and stress and, most importantly, what to do about it.

Buy this package and receive modules 6, 7, &8!


Your Instructor

Carmen Tebbe Priebe & Angie Fifer
Carmen Tebbe Priebe & Angie Fifer

For the past 15 years, Dr. Carmen Tebbe Priebe [right] has devoted her education and career to assisting Division 1 student-athletes succeed on and off the field. She is a licensed psychologist, specializing in sport psychology, and has extensive experience teaching strategies for a successful adjustment to college athletics.

Dr. Angie Fifer [left] is a certified consultant specializing in sport psychology services at the Division 1 level. With over 12 years of experience in the field, Angie is passionate about helping athletes to develop the necessary skills to adjust, compete, and excel not only as an athlete but in all areas of their lives.

For more information,visit our website!

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days after your purchase and we will give you a full refund.
How do I enroll in a course?
Our site has several clickable links that direct you to the checkout page for each specific package. Click on the "buy @ $110" button at the top of this page – you will be automatically directed to set-up an account with Teachable (the platform the course will be on) and will be asked to complete the checkout form to purchase the course. Once the purchase is confirmed, you are enrolled! We are excited to see you in the course!
What methods of payment do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) and transfers through Paypal!
What should I expect in the course?
These courses are delivered in an online format. Each module is filled with video recordings and downloadable resources for you to print, keep, and use as necessary. The information provided throughout each module varies, with some lessons lasting 25 minutes to others lasting upward to an hour and fifteen minutes! That’s a lot of value for you! You can expect tons of resources for you, some that might be important for you to take advantage of now and some that may be more helpful later in your college career. That’s the nice thing about having a course you can access FOREVER! Expect that some tips and pointers may not make sense to you, yet. It can be overwhelming getting all of the information that goes into transitioning to college as a student-athlete all at once. We designed this course specifically for the student-athlete who wants to excel in both academics and sport – but we know that can’t all happen at once. Take this course at your own pace. Go back to lessons that you need refreshers on.
I'm a parent, would I benefit from watching the lessons and then providing advice and support to my child?
Yes! These courses are designed both for the student-athlete and their family to get involved in the transition to college athletics. We love the fact that you are an involved parent, and kept this in mind when organizing these modules. When you enroll, you will have access to the course through the email you enrolled with. You and your child can access the course no matter how far apart in distance you are, no matter what time of day. We are excited that you are invested in this process as much as we are!
I'm not a student-athlete. Can I still benefit from these courses?
While our course is specifically geared for the college student-athlete transition, other populations may also find the information helpful. For example, this package includes performance optimization strategies for anyone seeking to improve their performance in any industry. We all perform on a day-to-day basis – that is why these lessons are equipped for a wide range of people. If you are interested, invested, and driven to be successful – you have found the course just for you...
I'm a coach, how can I benefit from these lessons?
As a coach you have provided your athletes with every possible tool available to help them to achieve their goals and reach their potential. This course could either give you more tips and tools to add to what you are already doing or it could be a resource you direct your athletes and their parents to so they can explore this transition process on their own.

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