Tuesday, April 21, 2020

British coach to host free webinar on problem-solving

Coach David Sammel and Liam Broady, both of Great Britain,
pose at last month's Indian Wells Challenger just before the
professional tennis tours shut down because of the coronavirus
outbreak. Photo courtesy of David Sammel
   British coach David Sammel will conduct a free webinar on problem-solving on Sunday at 10 a.m. PDT (6 p.m. GMT).
   "You can change your mindset about problems, understand where problems come from and even lower your stress when faced with problems," Sammel wrote in a promotional email.
   The webinar, titled "Three Problem Machines and a Solution," will show participants how to:
   –Understand the purpose of problems.
   –Become adept at tackling problems.
   –Develop confidence to move past problems.
   –Avoid being overwhelmed by the size of a problem.
   –Become excited about solutions and quickly move forward.
   Here's how to register for Sunday's webinar and watch last month's free webinar on mental toughness.
   Sammel, a 58-year-old South Africa native with 30 years of coaching experience, co-founded Mindset College, an online program on the mental aspects of tennis. Designed to help athletes and coaches win more, it also applies to business leaders and parents.
   Sammel shows his insight and candor in several short, entertaining videos, including Chapel of Bull----, The One Thing, Quit or Carry On and Your Weakness Is as Important as Your Strength.
   Sammel coaches five professional players: Liam Broady of Great Britain and doubles standouts Marcus Daniell of New Zealand, Matwe Middlekoop of the Netherlands and Marcelo Demoliner of Brazil on the men's side and Samantha Murray Sharan (no relation to Andy Murray) of Great Britain on the women's side. All of the men have competed in the Davis Cup, and Sharan has played in the Fed Cup.
   Full disclosure: Enrolling in Mindset College helps support this website.

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