Setting Good Habits That Lead To Greater Productivity with Coach Heather Macy

This episode of the Sport Fuels Life podcast features the all-time winningest coach in the history of East Carolina University women’s basketball: the great Heather Macy.

She’s not only a coach, but also an author, motivator, and leader. Heather prides herself in helping others reach their goals. Her philosophy of impacting and influencing is based upon building confidence, instilling discipline and keeping the intent based upon, YOU winning. One of only 300 coaches in the country Heather received a Certification in Emotional Intelligence in 2016. She currently travels speaking to teams and organizations on how to use EQ to become an elite performer.

Heather covers a multitude of topics from failure, pressure to succeed and the top three traits that create strong coaches:

  1. Be a competitor
  2. Practice humility
  3. Ignite your passion and discipline

Listen to this episode below and then connect with Heather here

Be The Best You Can Be With Diego Moyano The Sport Fuels Life Podcast

Diego Moyano is an accomplished former professional tennis player from Argentina. As a USTA coach, he has trained ATP players Tommy Paul and Reilly Opelka, and coached Denis Kudla and Andrea Collarini. Currently, he's coaching world ranked number 82, South African player Kevin Anderson. We caught up with Diego in the middle of the Vienna Open in October of 2020, while Kevin was on his way to the semi-finals. Diego joins us in today’s episode to discuss his incredible journey from leaving home at a very early age to set out on his quest for tennis greatness, having nothing and working his way to the top. You can connect with Diego via his Instagram, Twitter or Facebook page, as well as his website, diegomoyanohighperformancetennis.com
  1. Be The Best You Can Be With Diego Moyano
  2. Clearing The Bar Of Life With Paralympic High Jumper Isaac Jean-Paul
  3. Tracking Success With Dan Jansen
  4. Transform Your Mind and Body With The Healing Power of The Great Outdoors
  5. How To Control Your Competitive Performance By Controlling Your Mindset

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