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Ryan Hamilton
Sport Psychologist, Professor, Runner, Teller of Anecdotes, Father, Husband, New Brunswicker.
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Ryan Hamilton Jan 15
Thanks Jen! Very kind of you to say. Hope all is well with you.
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Ryan Hamilton Jan 15
It was an honour to be a part of the Canadian World Junior Hockey Team. Thanks to for an amazing month with world class players, coaches, and staff!
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Ryan Hamilton Jan 1
Replying to @JonCrossland19
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Ryan Hamilton Jan 1
Replying to @TBTimes_JSmith
Will only make you stronger!
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Ryan Hamilton Dec 28
I doubt you have the psychological resources to take on the multitude of “what ifs?”out there. But I totally like your chances vs. what is!
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Ryan Hamilton Dec 28
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Ryan Hamilton Dec 25
Choose to see pressure as insulation for your focus. Expectations, and the various external factors that swirl around you, can be viewed as holding your focus in rather than drawing it out.
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Ryan Hamilton Dec 25
As varied as the venues, stakes, environments, teammates, and opponents may be; typically the things that matter the most - always matter the most. The key is to put your attention and your courage there.
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Ryan Hamilton Dec 25
If he's really lucky, he may be able to make the smallest contribution to helping gifted and driven people do what they already do so well.
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Jeff Janssen Dec 13
HOLDING SOMEONE ACCOUNTABLE means not letting someone decrease, disrupt, or destroy your team’s chances of reaching your goal.
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Ryan Hamilton Dec 13
Replying to @UNBHockey @UNB
Great to see the fellas! Looking forward to representing and on the world stage.
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Ryan Hamilton Dec 6
Incredible ! Congratulations!
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Ryan Hamilton Nov 22
Want to see how and where people are moving anywhere in the world? Check out the Strava heat map here:
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Ryan Hamilton Nov 17
8/10 Grit is often an exercise in the mundane. Success requires a constant accumulation of marginal gains. The gritty engage with the work that produces the additional 0.1%
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Ryan Hamilton Nov 17
9/10 Grit is allowing adversity to teach you - not undue you. Challenge is there to make you stronger. It's your greatest teacher. Your talent needs trauma.
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Ryan Hamilton Nov 17
10/10 Grit is taking the emotional risks that bring us closer to our aspirations. Grit is living boldly with a purpose and in the act of much doing we accomplish much becoming.
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Ryan Hamilton Nov 17
7/10 Grit requires a compass. Your major aspirations should drive your daily decision making. Your actions should be in service of your aspirations. Your aspirations will lead you out of the wilderness of distraction and frustration.
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Ryan Hamilton Nov 17
6/10 Grit is letting go of our micro failures and missed targets. It's putting down setbacks and failures so you can pick up new goals, tasks, and targets which will ultimately bring you closer to the object of your passion.
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Ryan Hamilton Nov 17
5/10 Grit is narrowing your focus onto the central things that matter the most and leaving along the distractions on the periphery. What matters most matters most.
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Ryan Hamilton Nov 17
4/10 Grit is having such an impassioned grip on your goals and dreams that the connection pulls you through the difficult times.
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