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Hubris, "Bling Bling" and Energy Psychology

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Listen in as Dr. Danielle Mincey White discusses what she has labeled as 

"The Most Dangerous Injury that an Anyone (Athletes & Non-Athletes alike) can Incur. .. . .HUBRIS"

Revisiting ESPN 30-for-30's "Broke" Dr. Mincey White will delve deeper into the 10 areas highlighted in the film. Starting with "Bling Bling"; discussions will center on the symptoms of Hubris:

  1. Extreme pride or arrogance
  2. Loss of Contact with Reality
  3. An overestimation of One's Own Competence or Capabilities.
  4. In a Position of Power.

Dr. Mincey White will position Hubris as an Injury leading to the 10 areas featured in the film, which ultimately lead to many athletes winding up "Broke" within 3 (78% of NFL players) and 5 (60% of NBA players) years of leaving the Leagues.

Dr. Mincey White's Energy Psychology practice treats Hubris as an Injury requiring Emotional Physical Therapy.

To learn more about Hubris and Energy Psychology as Emotional Physical Therapy visit: http://development-after-sports.blogspot.com

 

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