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Episode 77: Dana Cavalea, Habits of a Champion

A big part of being successful is learning to set yourself apart from the crowd. What can I be the best at? That’s a question this week’s guest asked himself many years ago, which ultimately set him on the path to success. Dana Cavalea spent his entire professional career in sports with the New York Yankees, starting at the bottom and working his way up to be their director of strength and conditioning. He doesn’t sugarcoat the hard work it took, just as he doesn’t sugarcoat what made the star players he worked with the best of the best.

Episode 76: Rachel Balkovec, Doing the “Impossible”

When the time comes to move on, it’s important to realize it and do just that. Open a new door. Take advantage of an unexpected opportunity. Don’t shy away from change. That’s the message from this week’s guest. Rachel Balkovec was the first female strength and conditioning coach in MLB history, but she’s much more than that. She considers herself a nomad, a feminist, a minimalist, an athlete, and a coach. In this episode, Balkovec talks about not being afraid to upset the norm and recognize when the current path isn’t working anymore.

Episode 67: Dr. Stu Singer, WNBA Peak Performance Coach

Opportunities can come unexpectedly and it’s up to each and every person to ensure they’re ready when the time comes. This week, we hear from sports psychologist Dr. Stuart Singer, who shares tips on how to get prepared and stay prepared for the big break. Singer considers himself a lifelong learner and he uses that passion for knowledge to open doors and bolster his connections.

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