Garret Kramer

Author and Founder of Inner Sports, LLC.

Created by Jessica Karlberg '14Stillpower: The Inner Source of Excellence

Thursday, February 9, 2012
Stern Center, Great Room, 7:00 p.m
A book signing will follow.

Garret Kramer, the founder of Inner Sports and the author of Stillpower: The Inner Source of Athletic Excellence, will talk about the states of mind that lead to success—on and off the playing field.  The quality of our thoughts and moods determine our experience; our experience does not determine our moods. He will describe his revolutionarily simple approach to performance through examples and antidotes from his work with professional athletes. Listeners are sure to gain a heightened level of awareness and understanding. They will learn that stillpower, not willpower, is the true source of achievement.

This event is sponsored by The Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues.

Biography (provided by the speaker)
Garret Kramer is the founder and managing partner of Inner Sports, LLC. He has provided consulting and/or crisis management services to hundreds of athletes and coaches; from well known professionals, Olympians, and teams, to high school and collegiate players across a multitude of sports. A former collegiate ice hockey player, Kramer is credited with bringing the principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought to the athletic community at large. Kramer often lectures on topics related to the states of mind that lead to success on and off the playing field. He has been featured on WFAN in New York, ESPN, WOR, FOX, CNN, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, The Newark Star Ledger, The Toronto Star, The Philadelphia Daily News, and other nationally syndicated sports programs and magazines. Kramer is the author of the book Stillpower: The Inner Source of Athletic Excellence; foreword written by NHL and U.S. Olympic star Zach Parise.

Related Links:
http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/web/COM1190662/index.htm.

http://www.danpink.com/archives/2011/06/the-4-most-overlooked-attributes-of-successful-coaches.

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