The Inside-Out Principle of Motivation Discussed by Lisa Cohn, Dr. Pat Cohn, and Kirk Mango

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, PA - AUGUST 28:  Cody Walker #21 (C) of the Southeast team from Columbus, Georgia is mobbed by teammates after his two run home run in the third inning against the Asian team from Kawaguchi City, Japan during the Championship game of the Little League World Series on August 28, 2006 at Lamade Stadium in South Williamsport, Pennsylvania.   Southeast defeated Asia 2-1.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

I had the wonderful opportunity to talk with sports psychology expert Dr. Pat Cohn and his sister, award winning writer Lisa Cohn, regarding my ideas on the benefits of an "intrinsic value" (internal) belief system toward sports participation.

It was an honor to speak with both of them on a topic such as this since they are so heavily focused on helping athletes achieve excellence and reach their potential through the work they do at Kids' Sports Psychology and Peak Performance Sports.

Rather than re-create our conversation in writing, it might be best to actually let you hear much of what we discussed.


Lisa Cohn, Dr. Pat Cohn, and Kirk Mango on Motivation From the Inside-Out.mp3

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