Tyler Johnson

Website: http://elevateeducaterejuvenate.blogspot.com

Tyler Johnson is a former NCAA football captain and sports business professional in the MLB and NBA. He is the creator of Elevate Educate Rejuvenate, an athlete-driven endeavor with the mission to elevate positive mindsets, educate student-athletes and rejuvenate routines for reaching the next best version of ourselves. Utilizing research-based methods and tools, they help busy student-athletes create systems that align with their values, visions and goals to achieve more.

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3 Ways We Can Change High School Sports for the Better

I recently had the opportunity to attend the Aspen Institute's Project Play Summit in Washington, D.C. The Aspen Institute gathers some of the best...

5 Steps to Building Bigger Self-Belief

Mastering the mental side of sports begins with quieting that noisy inner critic we've all met. Everyone's dealt with inner critic syndrome on some...

Youth Sports Coaches Need to Take the Negativity out of 'Accountability'

Every coach I've ever met talks about accountability at one point or another. However, many of them use it largely in negative terms: "You did some...

What Athletes DON'T Do Matters, too

Athletes tend to have a very active mindset. What do we need to do to win? We've gotta train. We've gotta watch film. We've gotta practi...

Discipline is Freedom: 3 Ways Athletes Can Become More Consistent

Jocko Willink, retired United States Navy SEAL and Silver Star recipient, says "Discipline equals freedom." The disciplined athlete finds freedom b...

How Young Athletes Can Productively Push Past Mistakes

Mistakes. We all make them, even without the stress of competition looming. We make wrong turns, we drop things we didn't intend, and we say things...

3 Keys to Success Young Athletes Often Overlook

Young athletes are busy. Between the commitments that come with school, sports, family and friends, the days can fly by in a blur. These hectic sch...

5 Reasons College Coaches Love to Recruit Multi-Sport Athletes

"Do you prefer recruiting multi-sport athletes or single-sport athletes?" It's one of my favorite questions to ask college coaches. Overwhelmingly,...

Time Machine Advice: What 8 Pro Athletes Would Tell Their 16-Year-Old Self

Over the past year, I've interviewed dozens of current and former pro and olympic athletes. One of my favorite questions to ask these accomplished ...

The 'Drama Triangle': How to Avoid Sports Team Turmoil

Unfortunately, many athletes have experienced toxic teammates or bad team chemistry at one point or another. Whether you know it or not, there's a ...

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