Major Upsets Are Predictable in Sports

By Dr. Jack Singer

By Jack Singer, Ph.D. Licensed and Certified Sport Psychologist For the seventh time in NCAA tournament history — and the third time in the last two years — a 15-seed has defeated a 2-seed. Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) defeated Georgetown 78-68 in FGCU’s first-ever NCAA tournament game. And, they added to their resume by […]

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The “Psychology” of Money

By Dr. Jack Singer

The “Psychology” of Money – How to Stop Flushing Your Money Down the Toilet. Aside from not earning enough money, one of the biggest problems, psychologically, is overspending. Here is how people’s core beliefs can make them vulnerable to overspending…

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Stress Mastery Rx #11

By Dr. Jack Singer

Just because thoughts cross your mind, doesn’t make them true! There are several key questions you can ask yourself regarding each negative thought that you identify as cropping up with distressing regularity. Below is a quick reference guide that will help you challenge your negative thinking.

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Stress Mastery Rx #10

By Dr. Jack Singer

The next time you feel any negative emotion (overwhelmed, depressed, irritated, impatient, or hopeless), list the specific thoughts that went through your mind just before you felt that emotion. This is the first step in recovering from your stress.

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How to Motivate Your Sales Team for Consistent Success

By Dr. Jack Singer

Sales Performance= Sales Skill + Knowledge + Motivation Minus Distractions. This simple formula tells it all. The more the distractions, the less the sales performance, regardless of skill, knowledge and motivation. And, the number one distraction is negative thoughts and beliefs about feeling unfulfilled in terms of trust, belonging, a sense of achievement or recognition.

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Stress Mastery Rx #9

By Dr. Jack Singer

Recognize that you are not a prisoner of past programming. Just because you heard negative comments from your parents and others, does not make those statements accurate. You can choose to disregard them, and you can decide not to repeat them to yourself. Instead, repeat healthy, optimistic thoughts to yourself daily.

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