The Hinge: The Importance of Mental Toughness

The Hinge The Importance of Mental Toughness Every door has a hinge if it doesn t it s a wallHave you ever noticed how the outcome of a competition depends upon one play or moment If we look closer every season and career also possesses these

  • Title: The Hinge: The Importance of Mental Toughness
  • Author: RobBell
  • ISBN: 9780989918404
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • Every door has a hinge, if it doesn t, it s a wallHave you ever noticed how the outcome of a competition depends upon one play or moment If we look closer, every season and career also possesses these pivotal moments It only takes one The Hinge is the one moment, event, or person that makes all the difference It connects who we are with who we become This is the imEvery door has a hinge, if it doesn t, it s a wallHave you ever noticed how the outcome of a competition depends upon one play or moment If we look closer, every season and career also possesses these pivotal moments It only takes one The Hinge is the one moment, event, or person that makes all the difference It connects who we are with who we become This is the importance of Mental Toughness Will you be ready In this cutting edge book, you ll learn How a plane crash changed the music landscape forever in America How a blade of grass caused the dominance of Korean golf What Hall of Famers really believe The most important mental skills and how to apply them Why we should listen to our gut To understand that it only takes one.

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    About “RobBell”

    1. RobBell

      Dr Rob Bell is a Sport Psychology coach He speaks and trains coaches, leaders, and teams on mental toughness He is the author of 6 mental toughness books.He has PGA Tour credentials as a Sport Psychology consultant, has coached winners on the PGA Tour and caddied on Tour He was the mental coach for 2016 Olympic Silver medalist, the 2013 USTA National Champion, Indy Eleven Pro Soccer Team, and University of Notre Dame,

    168 thoughts on “The Hinge: The Importance of Mental Toughness”

    1. The Hinge: The Importance of Mental Toughness by Dr. Rob Bell is about mental toughness and offers a new perspective on the subject. The book takes a look at what it takes to perform at the highest level and enjoy what you do.The five maxims of The Hinge are truly inspiring:-It only takes one-Things happen for a reason-Trust your gut-Tragedies are not immediate-What-if never happenedThe Hinge by Rob Bell is a short and enjoyable book, truly inspiring, and one that touches the heart having the po [...]


    2. InspiringThis book is a great reminder of me of many things I believe and I came across it right when I needed some reminding! It’s packed with many great stories!




    3. This positive-thinking book states that we need to be mentally tough and savvy enough at listening to gut feelings, in order to take advantage of opportunities in life. THE HINGE is what makes an obstacle a door instead of a wall, and our actions form the handle. Fine in prospect, but every chapter is illustrated with sporting stories, and all but a few are intricate tales of American-specific sports about which non-Americans know nothing. "In Orel Hershisher's book 'Between the Lines' he tells [...]


    4. According to the author, there are five maxims of the hinge:* It only takes one* Things happen for a reason* Trust your gut* Tragedies are immediate* What-if never happenedThere are also chapters on confidence, faith, motivation, focus and re-focus along with "rusty hinges".When I read the description of this book, it sounded interesting I like books that make me a better person. This book was okay, not great it didn't excite me. I liked that there were stories to show the instances of the hin [...]


    5. I don't know if destiny can be substituted for the hinge, but if it is the case it's a nice idea. I don't believe in it. However, this book is so well written that it seduces you into the idea of it. It's easy to see trend in hindsight, but is it really trend or mostly related (or unrelated events) that you subconsciously work for so that you're in the position you want to be? Maybe it's a bit of both. But regardless of your point-of-view on the matter, this book gives lots of food for thought. [...]


    6. I was given this book as a first read in exchange for a review. It only takes one That is the recurring theme of this book. Whether it be a coincidence,a decision, or just plain luck that moment can change your life, or history. There are many examples of how one thing changed the life or lives of people. While it is a well written book and has a good message, I found this somewhat repetitive. I also didn't realize that this book was meant more for sports fans than anyone else. I felt that the [...]


    7. This highly readable book has something for everyone and a lot more for most people. The running metaphors of walls, hinges, and doors make the important lessons about obstacles, turning-points, and opportunities memorable. Personally, I found the Dr. Bell's approach to confidence and focus and how those relate to being ready for when that one Hinge moment comes, as the most powerful. Other readers may find other sections as the most pertinent. If you are looking to improve your own performance, [...]


    8. Full of incredible trivia- especially from sports- so this book appealed to me. Dr. Bell unfolds aspects of a person who has mental toughness. They are great reminders. He not only reviews the components of mental capacity that enable a person to take advantage of opportunities, but he uncovers some of the rusty hinges that keep us from opening the door of possibility in our lives. This was an enjoyable read. I borrowed this book, but I'd love to have my own copy just to review it from time to t [...]


    9. Honestly, I finished this because I wanted to hit 80 books for the year and had already invested time in it. This book is mostly a series of quotes and incredibly short anecdotes strung together loosely in a very forced way. I was excited about the premise, but the information was entirely too shallow.


    10. Definitely helpful for adopting a mindset. Not on-par with more fully-developed and challenging concepts and stories, like "How Proust Can Change Your Life", "Well-being", "Fear and Trembling", "Either/Or", etc.


    11. This is a great book for people who like to make accurate assessments of themselves and those who find the importance in real life situations.



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