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  • What mental toughness means is being able to overcome adversity, being able to be honest

  • and truthful with yourself during failure. At the end of the day, you as a player want

  • to be successful. You as a parent want to give your child the best opportunity to be

  • successful. The best thing you can do is prepare them with building true confidence. If I were

  • to change anything, I would be focusing more on building my own confidence than caring

  • about what other players or coaches thought about me. At the end of the day if I have

  • confidence, then I will be successful. If I had confidence in '98 when I had the

  • issues with the Chicago Cubs, Lester Strode, Jim Henry, the scouting director who signed

  • me, I would have asked them, "Why are you raising your voice?" I would have asked them,

  • "Where is this coming from? You signed me, you paid me really good money, three quarters

  • of a million dollars, so why all of a sudden do you not value where I am coming from and

  • are you are attacking me?" I would say the most important thing that

  • players and coaches should know when talking to scouts, is that these are the people you

  • are going to be negotiating against at the end of the day. Their organization is trying

  • to gather as much information. For the player, when you are out there on the field and you

  • see five or ten scouts that have their radar guns up, at the end of the day they are there

  • to find talent. If you have talent, just be who you are, be yourself, and don't over throw.

  • In 2001, I threw a 91 mph fast ball and it came back to hit me in the knee at 103 mph

  • and that directly affected my balance, my coordination, my timing, so my mechanics were

  • all thrown off. The next year I worked real hard in the off season and the following year

  • I led AA strike outs and did real well. In 2005, I started having some balance issues

  • again. The seed from the injury was in the back of my head, so while I was in the gym

  • after one of the bullpen sessions, I had a 20 pound sandbag on my shoulder and I leaned

  • to the right side. I immediately felt my glut, which is what my coaches were trying to get

  • me to feel. Shortly after that in September of 2005, I

  • created the balance pro sport belt, which was to help athletes with balance. About a

  • year later, that application was found to help children that have sensory disorders.

  • A lady out in California called me, her name is Catharine Behan. She worked at the time

  • at a school called the Sierra Academy, which is a school for autistic children. She called

  • out of the blue and said, "Hey! I have one of these belts and it has been helping to

  • calm me down." She has ADHD. She took it to the school and she tried it on some of the

  • autistic children and it helped reduce self-stymie sensations in the children. "Wow! I put the

  • belt on and it really helped to calm them down." Today it has helped about 10,000 children.

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What mental toughness means is being able to overcome adversity, being able to be honest


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