My Performance Anxiety: Where it all started, unhelpful coping mechanisms, and flashbacks

Nov 28, 2019Blog, Clarity, Failure, Mindfulness, Stress, Videos0 comments

This week’s video was a therapy session in and of itself! There’s just something about actually verbalizing past events that really brings the lesson home.

I share a bit about my first experience with performance anxiety and how I’ve had to deal with it throughout my career as a professional basketball—from the Olympics to overseas life, it has no bounds!

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