Read by Seattle Seahawk’s quarterback Russell Wilson, Trevor Moawad’s long-time friend and business partner, with a foreword written and read by Ciara.
In this breakthrough book, the author of Wall Street Journal bestseller It Takes What It Takes provides life-changing, step-by-step guidance on how to successfully navigate adversity and defeat negativity by downshifting to neutral thinking.
It’s easy to be positive when everything is coming up roses. But what happens when life goes sideways? Many of us lapse into a self-defeating negative spiral that makes it hard to accomplish anything. Getting to Neutral is a step-by-step guide that shows readers how to use mental conditioning coach Trevor Moawad’s innovative motivational system to defeat negativity and thrive.
Neutral thinking is a judgment-free, process-oriented approach that helps us coolly assess situations in high-pressure moments. Moawad walks readers through how to downshift to neutral no matter how dire the situation. He shows us how to behave our way to success, how to determine and practice our values in a neutral framework, and how to surround ourselves with a team that helps us to stay neutral.
Filled with raw, inspiring stories of how Trevor navigated health challenges with neutral thinking as well as insights drawn from some of the world’s best athletes, coaches, and leaders, Getting to Neutral will help readers learn to handle even the most complex and turbulent situations with calm, clarity, and resolve.
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"I personally have found Getting to Neutral to be very helpful in my life as it offers valuable insights on how to achieve a neutral state of mind, which is essential for peak performance. Trevor Moawad's expertise in mental conditioning combined with Wilson's engaging narration makes this audiobook an excellent listen for athletes, coaches, and anyone having the goal of maximizing their potential. The practical exercises and actionable advice make it a truly valuable resource for personal and professional development. Overall, a well-produced and informative audiobook!"
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