FREE Webinar for Coaches and Athletes
Featuring Brian Cain, world-renowned mental performance coach
Presented by the Coaching Matters Foundation and Fundraising University
What to Expect
Join us for a 1-hour session with Brian Cain, creator of The Mental Performance Mastery Coaching Certification Course and #1 International Best-Selling author, speaker, coach, and consultant.
Learn how to teach your athletes to set goals, master skills, focus under pressure, overcome obstacles, and achieve success.
This session will be high-energy and highly actionable. If you’re ready to help your students master their mental performance in order to achieve their physical goals, this is the only 1-hour class you need to take.
Brian Cain is widely regarded as the top Mental Performance authority and has worked with professionals, coaches, and athletes including
- Fortune 500 companies
- Olympic Medalists
- NFL, NHL, and MLB players and teams
- World Series Champions
- Super Bowl Champions,
- 5 UFC World Champion Mixed Martial Artists
- 2 Major League Baseball Cy-Young Award winners
- A Heisman Trophy Winner
- Multiple NCAA National Players of the Year
- NCAA National Champions
- More than 900 Professional sports draft selections
In this exclusive webinar hosted by the Coaching Matters Foundation and Fundraising University, Cain will deliver a 1-hour crash course on his 10 Pillars of Mental Performance Mastery System. If you want to get a taste of what life with Cain’s coaching is like, check out the 63 Hours in the Life of Brian Cain Documentary.
“I played Major League Baseball and then went back and did a Masters Degree in Sport Psychology. What you get with Brian Cain’s MPM Coaches Certification is far better than what I got with my degree program. In The MPM Certification Brian teaches you want to actually do. It’s completely focused on application and how to coach mental performance. This is the best mental performance training program available for coaches and is what I teach in my position as the director of mental performance with the Atlanta Braves.”
ZACH SORENSEN, MPM
Director of Mental Performance, Atlanta Braves