by Dana Cavalea July 18, 2018

Hey Team-

As you know.. I spend a lot of my time, when not working with Companies and Coaching Clients, helping current and former Professional Athletes with their physical and mental game....

Last week, I was fortunate to speak with Matt LaPorta, formerly of the Cleveland Indians...... 

Outside of having two capital letters in his last name (which is just cool)... 

He is the kind of guy that you just want to hang with because of his perspective...

The video above, is Matt talking about Not Taking Things for Granted...

Which happens so easily!

I am guilty of it... 

I wish I had been more present during my Yankee days... taking in more of the sites, smells, and overall experience... 

But.. when you get caught up in the day to day... 

What happens?

You take it for granted.

So.. take few minutes and listen to what Matt has to say on this!

He is this weeks GUEST VIDEO BLOGGER!

 

IF YOU WOULD BE INTERESTED IN HAVING COACH DANA CAVALEA SPEAK WITH YOUR COMPANY, TEAM, OR ORGANIZATION, CONTACT US TODAY! CLICK HERE FOR AVAILABILITY.

Dana Cavalea
Dana Cavalea

Dana Cavalea is the former Director of Strength and Conditioning & Performance of the New York Yankees. Currently, he is a High Performance Speaker & Consultant to Pro Athletes, Entrepreneurs, Business Executives, and Workforces on lifestyle strategies to reduce stress, improve work/life integration, and most importantly improve daily performance /outcomes. Book Dana to Speak at your Company Event or Conference Today!


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