Cain goes into detail about many different aspects of the mental game. From setting goals, to focusing on the now, to how you act. These are all especially important. There are many little acronyms through out the book to help you remember the important lesson. ACE and WIN are just two examples (Acting Changes Everything and What’s Important Now respectively).
There is a great deal of emphasis on what you do today. And it makes sense that’d be a focus. Too often people state they will do something tomorrow, or they will work on such and such later. But in reality, there might not be a later; there might not be a tomorrow.
Quality practice, both in drills and game like situations are something that few coaches practice. Yet it is very important, as Cain has pointed out in the book.
The only complaint I had about the book was as it was drawing to a close, the book got more and more sales pitch for Cain’s DVD set. I am without a doubt 100% positive that any coach who purchases the DVD set will be greatly ahead of the competition that doesn’t purchase it.
As for the references of Toilets, Bricks, Fish Hooks and PRIDE? Well you will have to read the book to see what those mean. The book won’t take too much time to read, and I highly recommend it for any athlete, coach, or really anyone who wants to get more out of their day.
For more information on Brian Cain and his Peak Performance visit www.briancain.com