Keep Moving Forward Podcast

125: “Create what you wish existed.” - My interview with Mental Conditioning Coach, Author, Speaker, and former Collegiate Baseball Player, Riley Tincher

August 29, 2018
In the 125th episode of Keep Moving Forward, I interview Mental Conditioning Coach, Author, Speaker, and former collegiate baseball player, Riley Tincher.
“Create what you wish existed.” You want to see a change in the way things are? Well, then create it. Establish that resource, be a catalyst for what you wish was different. That’s what Riley Tincher preaches, and you better believe that is what he practices. Knowing first hand the real struggles a person can face when that loss of identity as an athlete becomes real, Riley decided to do something about it. Holding fast to the advice he was given from an important figure in his life, Riley was able to push forward and truly create what he wish existed when he was in the midst of his pain, remembering these words: “Riley, there is purpose in your pain. We do not go through what we go through for ourselves, we go through what we go through to help others.” Riley is helping all who listen in to his story to find their value and worth in something so much bigger than in themselves and than in their sport, and I am so grateful for the chance to help share it.
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