5 tips To Raise Your Game by Alan Stein Jr.

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5 TIPS TO RAISE YOUR GAME


BY ALAN STEIN JR.

As one of America’s top basketball performance coaches, Alan Stein Jr. spent more than 15 years working with the highest-performing basketball players on the planet. He now teaches world-wide audiences how to utilize the same strategies in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level.

5 TIPS TO RAISE YOUR GAME


BY ALAIN STEIN JR.

As one of America’s top basketball performance coaches, Alan Stein Jr. spent more than 15 years working with the highest-performing basketball players on the planet. He now teaches world-wide audiences how to utilize the same strategies in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level.

1. Never get bored with the basics.

We live in a world that tells us it's OK to skip steps. That encourages us to circumvent the process. That pushes us to chase what’s hot, what’s new and what’s sexy. But the basics work. They always have and they always will. The first step to high performance is admitting that the basics work but also acknowledging that implementing them with consistency is not easy!

2. Relationships are everything.

Relationships – both personal and professional – are the most valuable currency we have. Our relationships with our family & friends, coworkers & colleagues and clients & customers directly impact our happiness, fulfillment, success and significance. Any investment you make into deepening your connection with these folks is a wise investment!

3. Listening is an invaluable skill set.

Listening is the key to being influential and impactful. Listening deepens connections because it sends the powerful unconscious message that you care. And caring matters. A lot. Listening has tremendous utility… and serves you in every facet of life.

4. Repetition is not punishment.

Repetition, repetition, repetition. Repetition is the oldest, and most effective form of learning on the planet, and that will never change. Repetition is the mother of all skill. The only way to improve any skill set is through purposeful practice and thousands and thousands of intentional repetitions.

5. Learn to embrace change.

Change is inevitable and unavoidable. The world is changing every moment of every day. So fearing it or attempting to resist it is futile. And while you don’t control the changes that happen in the world, you absolutely control your response to them. So choose to view change as a positive prerequisite to progress!
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ABOUT ALAN


There are keynote speakers and then there are Keynote Speakers. The former come from the background of talking; the latter come from the background of getting the job done.

Without a shadow of a doubt, Alan Stein Jr. falls into the latter category. As one of America’s top basketball performance coaches, Alan spent more than 15 years working with the highest-performing basketball players on the planet (you don’t need to be a basketball buff to recognize some faces on that photo). He now teaches world-wide audiences how to utilize the same strategies in business that elite athletes use to perform at a world-class level.

Alan is regularly asked to speak at events and conferences around the globe. To learn more about Alan and include him into your next event, visit www.AlanSteinJr.com

Alan also recently authored a book, Raise Your Game, which is a rarely practical guide to implementing superstar performance strategies as a part of your business. All about the book at www.RaiseYourGameBook.com

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