Segment 1 – Talent – is it given, genetic, or learned? Best Selling Author and Investigative Journalist Daniel Coyle joins us today to look at the way YOU can develop skills and talents for yourself and your clients!
Segment 2 – Talent, Motivation, and the dark side of pursuing Excellence. Author of The Secret Race, The Talent Code, and The Little Book of Talent, Daniel Coyle joins us to look at the pursuit of excellence!
Segment 3 – Former FBI Agent and Author LaRae Quy on Mental Toughness – keeping your authenticity, being true to yourself, and what is most important in building your mental toughness!
Segment 4 – Former FBI Agent and author of “Mental Toughness for Women Leaders”, LaRae Quy discusses the difference between Men and Women in Mental Toughness, and the “Problem” with Optimism!
Daniel Coyle is the bestselling author of The Little Book of Talent and The Talent Code, two books that explain how to unlock talent and build skills in any discipline. Daniel has covered outstanding performers for years as senior editor and now contributing editor for Outside magazine.
While The Little Book of Talent offers practical instruction for skill-building, The Talent Code takes a deeper look at the neuroscience behind learning. Certain habits of practice, coaching, and motivation most promote the growth of myelin, the microscopic brain fibers that speed up neural pathways. Both The Talent Code and The Little Book of Talent explain how to make these practices part of your life and become better at what matters most to you. His latest book, co-written with Olympic gold-medalist and seven-time Tour de France rider Tyler Hamilton, is a look at the dark side of excellence; The Secret Race draws back the curtain on the culture of doping in professional cycling. The Secret Race won the William Hill Sports Book of the Year Award, the most prestigious award in sports writing. It has been hailed as a landmark publication for its no-holds-barred exposé of doping at the top echelons of professional cycling. It’s Daniel‘s third book about the cycling elite, following the bestselling Lance Armstrong: Tour de Force and Lance Armstrong’s War.
LaRae Quy was an undercover and counterintelligence FBI agent for 24 years. She exposed foreign spies and recruited them to work for the U.S. Government. As an FBI agent, she developed the mental toughness to survive in environments of risk, uncertainty, and deception.
As a former FBI agent, she speaks and coaches about sharing no-nonsense FBI practices to help others develop the mental strength to manage their emotions, behavior, and thinking so they can set themselves up for success.
Her clients are diverse but they share the same desire to empower themselves to build the mental strength needed to keep moving toward their goals and calling in life. Their shared belief is that they have the power within themselves to achieve greater personal accomplishments.
LaRae has written two books: “Secrets of A Strong Mind” and her most recent book is “52 Tips: Mental Toughness for Women Leaders.” Both are available on Amazon. Discover more about LaRae Quy at www.LaRaeQuy.com