24 episodes

Tennis Mentality Podcasts Timothy Huynh

    • Sports
    • 3.9 • 9 Ratings

    Are you a Quitter or Fighter?

    Are you a Quitter or Fighter?

    In the heat of battle when the going gets tough, what do you do?

    What you do will reveals a lot about who you are as a tennis player.

    Listen to find out more...

    • 10 min
    Two Thoughts, One Decision

    Two Thoughts, One Decision

    You Can't Think Two Thoughts.

    Try and think of two thoughts at the same time. It's impossible.
    So what are you feeding your mind? It's a choice, either positive or negative. Which one will you choose?

    • 8 min
    Moving On

    Moving On

    Short, Powerful, Enlightening!

    This podcast sees Tim getting fired up. His passion comes out and he gets pumped up!

    The concept is simple - you can't think two thoughts are once!

    But why would he get excited about that?

    Listen to find out!

    • 7 min
    Believe in Yourself

    Believe in Yourself

    What's one of the most important keys to success?

    Belief!

    One of the most important keys to success is to Believe in Yourself.
    What's the point of doing something when you have no belief that you can do it? You've got to have the confidence within you to know that YOU. CAN. DO. IT!

    Otherwise, without belief, you're going NO-WHERE! Listen to this podcast if you want learn how to build belief within yourself and start achieving your goals!

    • 7 min
    The Player Killer Combo: Blaming, Complaining and Justifying

    The Player Killer Combo: Blaming, Complaining and Justifying

    In this insightful podcast, Tim dives into how you can take back control of your tennis game and your life if you stop doing the Killer Combo: Blaming, Complaining and Justifying.

    He shares his own experiences which costed him a $206 traffic fine. Short but powerful, this podcast will sure to help you realise how to start taking responsibility in your life.

    • 10 min
    Success Principle #10 - Commit to Constant and Never-Ending Improvement

    Success Principle #10 - Commit to Constant and Never-Ending Improvement

    What Do You Have In Common With Japanese Warriors?

    In the final podcast of this success series, Tim explains the principle of Constant and Never-Ending Improvement. The Japanese called this "Kaizen".

    Imagine, improving something in your life everyday, where would you be in 1, 5, 10 years time?

    Simple but a powerful principle...

    • 7 min

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3.9 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

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