There is an interesting relationship between Emotion, Memory and Confidence. Research clearly tells us that strong emotions create more vivid, long-lasting memories. Athletes need to have mistake amnesia and remember their successes. Our mental and physical practice also affects our memories. If what we remember is positive, our confidence will be higher. We then know that the more confident you are, the better you will perform. So, let’s improve our positive memories and extinguish the negative by improving our imagery, producing ideal emotions, getting lots of repetitions, and following what’s in the grey boxes.

Mental Training, Inc.
Dallas, Texas