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How to Visualize

The Secret Super Power

Visualization gives top performers the ability to see themselves performing successfully thousands of times, gaining the advantage of "having been there", before ever stepping into the ring or onto the stage.

It's a skill like any other, and you can learn to use this powerful tool to get a performance edge.

Why Do You Need Visualization?

Visualization helps you:

  • see a successful performance which builds your confidence,
  • anticipate problems which improves your reaction time,
  • feel prepared which eases your nerves,
  • improves your consistency,
  • memorize more quickly and accurately,
  • practice more repetitions mentally,
  • and gives you laser focus on the task at hand.

If you aren't visualizing, you are working from a significant disadvantage.

Learn From An Expert

Kathy's insights as a professional coach, world champion, and successful international competitor in multiple sports are invaluable.

She has taught mental game techniques to thousands of agility handlers around the world, including world and national champions.

What You Get

You get:

  • Picture Perfect - Agility Visualization Made Easy (45+ minute audio which can be streamed or downloaded)
  • Picture Perfect ebook (the PDF ebook companion transcript)
  • BONUS: Visualize Success audio (designed for quick listening during your agility pre-run routine or as you fall to sleep)
  • Ability to ask questions in the comments section

What People Are Saying:

“Your courses are always insightful and thought-provoking and such great focus on the basic foundation of what we do! It's refreshing to have access to affordable courses and ones that focus on the Human Responsibilities for the Team!”

— Theresa S.

“This has been a great course! I was so frustrated with my timing when I found this course. Since I started this course, my friends have been saying that I’m actually running with my dog, and not just standing there watching him.”

— Rebecca H.