What If High School Students Knew What the Winners Know?

illus.featuredAsk any Olympian, World or Olympic Champion, PGA-Tour winner or successful business owner “What percentage of your sport or activity is mental?” you will get a big number back, likely 90%. Then, if you ask the second question, “Since you have been at this activity what percentage of your training and preparation has been on the mental game?” you will get a very low number.

Every high school in the country has teachers and coaches that prepare students to acquire a skill. That is important. But the winners all say that the WAY YOU THINK is 90% of WINNING and there are no courses in school to prepare the students in this 90%. What if such a course existed?

Lanny Bassham is a leading world authority in the mental preparation for winning. He developed a mental system and used it personally to win five World Championships and an Olympic Gold medal. For 40 years he has been teaching this information to the elite of the sport and business community. His students are Olympic Gold medalists, PGA-Tour winners, and World Champions.

95% of winning is accomplished by 5% of the participants. Lanny Bassham has spent his career studying and teaching the top 5%. One fact stands out; the winners are thinking differently than those in the middle of the leaderboard, and this information is not made available to your children in school.

The remark he hears from his students most often is “I wish I’d had this information sooner.” Now, Bassham’s company, Mental Management Systems has developed a course called WHAT THE WINNERS KNOW for high school students.

Imagine being able to take a course in high school designed to prepare students with principles, tools and techniques developed and used by Olympic champions, to think like the top 5% and apply this knowledge to academics, school sports, and a future vocation.

Call 972-899-9640 for information.

How It Works

There is a huge difference between knowing something and it becoming like you to apply it to your behavior. Knowing something is Informational while being like you to apply it is Transformational.

buttonFor something to become Transformational, four elements are required: Information, Application by an expert, Confirmation, and Consultation.

Information – Using the same slides and concepts Lanny Bassham uses to teach his students, Mental Management Systems has developed a semester-long curriculum for high school students. Students will receive student packets consisting of a Student Handbook, the books With Winning in Mind, Attainment, Freedom Flight, and a Performance Journal.

Application by an expert – The high school is licensed by MMS and sends 4 teachers and one Liaison person for a three-day training seminar to prepare them to teach the classes.

Confirmation and Consultation– In addition to the three-day program, each teacher is provided a Teacher’s Handbook detailing each class, videos to aid them in covering the important points of each lesson, and additional videos to present to the students. Also, the Master Level Instructors at MMS will be in contact with the Liaison at the school to answer questions and for consultation, as needed.

Your Children Will Learn

Why 95% of Winning is Accomplished by only 5% of the Participants

Three Attitudes the Top 5% Possess that Keep Them on Top

Six Principles of Mental Management

How the Reinforcement Phase Affects the Self-Image

How Self-Image Changes

How to Eliminate a Habit or Attitude Keeping You from Reaching your Goals

How to Use the Most Powerful Tool for Changing Self-Image

Why Our Beliefs about Pressure are Myths

Why Giving it 110% Doesn’t Work

12 Strategies to Control Pressure

Three Mental Processes that Control Performance

# 1 Reason Why Skilled Performers Fail in Competition

How to Set the Right Goal

How to Stay Motivated.

The Difference Between Life Purpose and Life Goals.

How to Properly Evaluate your Plan.

Three Phases of a Goal

The Mental Management Goal Setting System

The Mastery Curve

Principles of Skill Acquisition,

Training Principles

Readiness Factors

The Three Participation Levels

The Keys to Consistency

The Three Mental Processes of Performance

Four Phases of the Year

Progressive Training

Make Training more Effective

How to Turn Off Distraction and Study Effectively

The Difference Between Deliberate Training and Wasting Time

How to Overcome Obstacles and Turn Them Into Opportunities

How to Respond Instead of React To a Mistake or Failed Attempt

How to Stop Worrying About a Failure in the Future

Learn What to Think About Before, During, and After a Task

How to Protect Your Self-Image From Negative People

Mental Rehearsal

Mental Practice

What to Think About Before a Big Test

How and Why to Keep a Performance Journal