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02-03-2013, 08:56 AM
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I don't know what's wrong with working with someone who helps you to become better in tough mental situations?
And the text didn't say that Sutter worked with Oprah, but that Oprah too hat a mental coach which helped her.
Roger Federer also used to work with mental coaches. In his earlier days he was often hot-blooded and lost his temper when things didn't go his way on the court. He is the complete opposite now and you can see where it led him.
I don't see anything wrong with having a life coach.
Colorado's Ryan O'Reilly's dad, works with teams in a similar position. I'm not sure if they call it a life coach. ROR credits his dad for much of his development.
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