- Mental Training
- Authority in the science of Peak Performance
- Employment – Job Loss
Dr. David L. Cook indicates that technology changes with a blur, the stock market continues to fluctuate wildly, major corporations are imploding because of a lack of integrity, consumer confidence continues to erode, and all the while a new strain of terrorism grips the world.
In the face of this onslaught of adversity, corporate success will be directly related to “interference” management.
The Mindset of a Champion tackles this issue head on and provides cutting edge strategies for competing at the highest level while facing great odds. It has been said that performance = potential – interference.
The issue in most organizations is not one of potential.
No, the issue is how to have potential emerge on “game day” when the interference is the loudest.
Dr. Cook will deliver the same game changing strategies with your organization that he has used with World Champions.
Focus, Passion, and Mental Toughness will serve as the three pillars of his program:
Focus: Where are you headed?
Passion: How bad do you want to get there?
Mental Toughness: Are you prepared for the adversity along the way?
David L. Cook in the field of Sport and Performance Psychology.
He served as “Mental Training” for the San Antonio Spurs included two World Championships.
Golf Digest named him one of the “Top 10 Mental Game Experts” in the world of golf.
He is known as a leading authority in the science of Peak Performance.
He has worked with performers from the PGA (over 100 players), NBA (two NBA MVP’s, NFL, MLB, Olympics, and collegiate national championship ranks.
His clients have included The PGA of America, Exxon Mobil, Sprint, HP/Compaq, USAA, Heinz, American Express, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Texas Instruments, Bayer, Interstate Battery, StorageTek, Pitney Bowes, US Filter, State Farm Insurance, Robert Half International, Key Bank, Conoco/Phillips….
Dr. Cook bridges the gap between the sports and business arenas.
He is the former Director of Applied Sport and Performance Psychology and he was President of the National Sport Psychology Academy.
During his tenure he counseled over 2500 athletes and coaches and directed the graduate program in Applied Sport Psychology.
He also directed the Mindset Academy, a nationally recognized mental training academy for aspiring competitive golfers.
David’s articles have been featured in Golf Magazine, Golf Illustrated, and Golf Tips. David represented the United States at the International Olympic Academy in Olympia, Greece.
His Ph.D. in Applied Sport and Performance Psychology.