Discipline & Consistency

Top athletes must be highly disciplined and consistent in their training, nutrition, and lifestyle habits in order to achieve peak performance and maintain it over time.

Mental Toughness

Mental toughness is a skill that can be developed and improved over time through mental training, coaching, and athletic experience. Resilience, positive self-belief, visualization, emotional control and confidence can all be measured (via assessment) and improved upon over time.

Goal Orientation

Top athletes have a clear vision of their goals and are willing to work hard to achieve them, often setting short-term and long-term goals to keep themselves motivated and on track.


Top athletes must be able to adapt to changing circumstances and unexpected challenges, whether it's a sudden change in weather conditions, an injury, or a change in game strategy.


Top athletes are open to feedback and willing to learn from their coaches and teammates, taking constructive criticism as an opportunity to improve their skills and performance.


Top athletes are able to bounce back from setbacks and failures, using them as learning opportunities to improve and grow stronger.

Competitive Spirit

Top athletes have a strong desire to win and are highly motivated to compete at the highest levels, often pushing themselves beyond their limits to achieve victory.

Types of Behaviors Assessed

  • Confidence
  • Competitiveness
  • Concentration
  • Curiosity
  • Composure
  • Flexibility
  • Integrity
  • Goal Orientation
  • Leadership
  • Positive Imagery
  • Resiliency
  • Motivation
  • Team-Play

Sample Assessment Results