Dr. Rob Bell is a mental coach who works with Indy Eleven Pro Soccer and teams at the University of Notre Dame. He speaks often to businesses, universities, and corporate athletes including Marriott, Walgreens, Morgan Stanley, and PGA of America. He’s been a mental coach to multiple winners on the PGA Tour, a medalist at the Rio Olympics, the 2013 USTA National Champion and have caddied on the PGA Tour.
Rob has been a certified consultant with the Association for Applied Sport Psychology since 2006. Rob has authored six books including: No One Does it Alone, The Hinge: The Importance of Mental Toughness, Mental Toughness Training for Golf, NO FEAR: A Simple Guide to Mental Toughness, & Don’t “Should” on Your Kids: Build Their Mental Toughness and 50 Ways to Win: Pro Football’s Hinge Moments.
Rob was also an assistant professor of Sport Psychology for six years, publishing over a dozen research articles on the “Yips” in Golf, and effectiveness of sport psychology interventions. He has completed a 1/2 Ironman, two marathons, and numerous other road races.
In this interview, Rob and Cindra discuss:
- His new book “No One Does it Alone” and why he wrote it
- How failure is not fatal
- Why we should respond not react
- How to focus on the process over profits or product
- What is a hinge moment
- What parents should do on the car ride home
You can contact Rob at drrobbell.com or on Twitter at @drrobbell.
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