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Sports Motivation Podcast

Take control of your sports career and start DOMINATING your competition. The "I'm Not You" Sports Domination Podcast is hosted by Former All American and NFL Running Back Olaniyi Sobomehin aka Niyi Sobo, and he walks you through the specific strategies, habits, and most important MINDSET that you need to take your game to the NEXT level. You'll learn how to master your emotions, how to set goals and crush them, and the mindset of the worlds best athletes so you can get the results you want. This show will feature interviews with NFL, NBA, MLB and Professional Soccer players so you can leverage their experience to reach your sports goals!
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Now displaying: January, 2020
Jan 31, 2020
In honor of Kobe Bryant, this is a vintage episode from 2017, detailing the mindset and philosophy of the fallen great.
 
As we wrap up Kobe’s Film Room series, today we examine the importance of curiosity. The Black Mamba was a true student to the game of basketball, with an unbeatable desire to learn EVERYTHING he could. Even if it took a few cold calls here and there, Kobe followed through… What does this mean for you? How will you interpret this past week’s deep dive into Mr. Bryant’s mind? Will you soak it in and do nothing, or will you adopt this mentality? The choice is yours.
 
(3:51) Part 3 of the FILM ROOM!
(6:07) A brief review of parts 1 of 2
(7:18) CURIOSITY.
(8:44) Clip #1: The Mamba Mentality.
(11:06) Clip #2: Call up Tex!
(15:37) Putting yourself through the fire
(16:15) The bottom line: for YOU.
(17:44) Your new assignments (until the next Film Room)
Jan 30, 2020
In honor of Kobe Bryant, this is a vintage episode from 2017, detailing the mindset and philosophy of the fallen great.
 
Welcome back to the Film Room… Today’s focus is on Kobe’s commitment to the game. He knew handouts didn’t exist. Being legendary takes an Unreasonable Commitment… You gotta expect to sacrifice what isn’t beneficial to you, but still remains in your environment. Let’s roll.
 
(3:47) Part 2 begins now!
(4:26) Your mindset is the only thing that is within your control | Napoleon Hill’s, “Outwitting the Devil”
(5:35) RENEW your mind.
(6:45) A brief review of Part 1
(7:15) Clip #1: Kobe’s logic on getting up EARLY.
(10:00) Are you Kobe, or the interviewer?
(10:47) Clip #2: Confidence comes from PREPARATION.
(11:20) Are you willing to DO the mundane?
(12:30) Concept: Robert Greene’s “Mental Alchemy”
(11:57) Clip #3: Beethoven
(13:27) The “Reframe”
(14:43) Create a set of mentors that hold you to a HIGHER level.
(16:12) Concept: Ralph Waldo Emerson’s “Law of Compensation”
(17:20) Clip #4: Inherent Sacrifices
(18:40) How can we apply Kobe’s mentality?
Jan 29, 2020
In honor of Kobe Bryant, this is a vintage episode from 2017, detailing the mindset and philosophy of the fallen great.
 
Welcome to THE FILM ROOM… We begin this month’s mini-series with a special look into the mechanics of the great Kobe Bryant, aka “Black Mamba”. After spending weeks of reviewing Kobe’s film, I’ve created three lessons for you to develop a mentality similar to Kobe’s. Ready? Let’s review.
 
(3:47) Welcome to the FILM ROOM!
(5:40) Are the greats so much more different than you?
(6:30) Legendary isn’t random.
(8:33) Here’s what to expect in the “Film Room Series”
(10:08) The Black Mamba’s HUNGER.
(10:44) Hunger, implies the “lack”
(12:10) Clip #1: “My brain cannot process failure”
(13:10) Clip #2: “How do I get THERE?”
(15:30) Clip #3: Give EVERYTHING you got.
(16:56) Clip #4: “Win as many championships as possible.”
(17:27) Clip #5: How to make your game UNSTOPPABLE
(19:45) Clip #6: Challenges are puzzles.
(20:17) Clip #7: Kobe’s “road game-mentality”
(22:19) Clip #8: Mount Everest
(22:42) Today’s Film Room Breakdown.
Jan 28, 2020
Just 2 days ago, we lost a legend and icon in Kobe Bryant. He had a tremendously powerful impact as a human, a father, a business leader and ruthless competitor.
 
In this tribute, I challenge you to ask yourself what Kobe would want you to do following his death.
 
Rest In Peace Kobe
Jan 24, 2020
Everyone likes to think that 2020 is their year....when in reality, it will be more of the same, because your approach is the same.
 
In this episode, I break down the practical and ruthless approach to the new year that will virtually guarantee that you will make big time progress.
 
(1:22) "Fish in a pond..."
(4:33) 2020 is now.
(6:39) Step 1: Clarify what you want
(11:34) A deeper dive into Step 1...
(13:53) Step 2: Define your path to mastery
(15:40) Step 3: Establish the frame of your workday
(17:23) Step 4: Assemble your power circle
(20:48) Step 5: Bulletproof your environment
(22:56) Step 6: Create AM and PM routines
(26:51) Step 7: Learn fast
(27:17) Do you have what it takes? imnotyou.com/ki
Jan 23, 2020
Young M.A is one of my favorite emcees for a reason....not only do her raps inspire, but they teach.
 
In the intro track on her first album, she explains her philosophy on competition, and why there isn't a need to worry about it. #BARS
Jan 22, 2020
You know the type of person who complains, avoids, procrastinates, only to remain in the same pace, year after year?
 
Nas describes this type perfectly in this track, and I break down how to approach your goals with the opposite mindset.
 
#BARS
Jan 21, 2020
Most of your peers are victims....and you most likely are, too. Being a "victim" means you act helpless to change your circumstances, and life bullies you into submission everyday. In this episode, I go into depth on why this is, how to know what type of victim you are, and most importantly... how to transform into a boss. 
Jan 17, 2020
It can be difficult to accumulate a few wins, without starting to "eat the cheese"...This means feeling complacent, and letting your foot off the gas so you can feel "comfortable". This is dangerous, and in this episode, I break down how to consistently win, and still feel hungry and motivated. 
Jan 14, 2020
Life will hand you plenty of Ls... but don't throw in the towel. Learn from the loss and get back to practice ASAP.
 
Jan 10, 2020
If you're a student, you might have to run this episode back as a new semester approaches... Just because you can ball on the field or court, doesn't mean you'll be able to take those skills and apply them in the classroom. Just like anything else, there is a strategy and mindset that is required to kill it in the classroom and get the grades you need. In my experience, when I wanted to, I was able to crush it in the classroom. In this episode, I break down specifically how I did it.
 
Time Stamps:
(1:22) Welcome back to the Sports Motivation Podcast
(2:01) Shoutout to Dante!
(4:20) My academic history
(7:10) Principle #1: I wanted to
(7:50) Principle #2: Get the syllabus and reverse engineer it
(9:09) Principle #3: Dedicate time for studying
(9:49) Principle #4: GO TO CLASS EVERYDAY!
(10:42) Principle #5: Meet with your teachers every week
(11:31) Principle #6: Tell your teachers and professors your goals
(12:52) Principle #7: Sit in front of the class
(14:37) Principle #8: Be creative and smart when you study
(15:39) Principle #9: Rid yourself of excuses that you can’t learn something 
(16:48) Principle #10: Focus on results
(17:44) Principle #11: Be systematic in your approach to live
(18:31) Principle #12: Refuse to sacrifice any quality in your efforts
(25:39) Cal Newport, “How to Become a Straight-A Student
 
Jan 7, 2020
So many people claim to want to be a professional athlete, an entertainer or just rich in general...so here's the test. Listen to this episode and see if you're committed, or just being lazy. 
 
Time Stamps:
(1:22) Do you want to go pro, or become a “millionaire”?
(2:58) Deion Sanders
(3:41) #1: Decide that you want that goal.
(3:52) #2: Define the end game in vivid detail.
(4:33) #3: Write down all the things you do, that do not relate to your end goal. CROSS them out.
(5:00) #4: Write down what is necessary to do for you to reach the goal.
(5:23) #5: Print out a template for an empty week.
(5:39) #6: Create an average week schedule.
(6:33) #7: Look. Breathe. ASK.
(10:34) You reap what you sow.
(13:48) Am I talking to you, or are you eavesdropping?
(15:47) OFF-mode.
(18:57) In order to be strong, you have to be weak.
(21:41) Stop being lazy.
(23:55) Don’t forget to Get Ya Mind Right.
(24:52) Have you left me a review yet?
Jan 3, 2020
How do you make sure you're ready to succeed when you've just taken a big risk? I've had (and continue) to expose myself to new risks because of the new goals and targets I go after and there is a certain way to think and certain strategies to employ in order to give you as much certainty as possible. In this throwback episode, I break down how to approach a big move and how to make it a success.
 
Time Stamps:
 
(1:22) Welcome to the Sports Motivation Podcast
(1:28) This episode is dedicated to Frank
(4:53) The risks I have taken
(5:46) #1: Know your outcomes and goals
(7:45) #2: Understand your chokeholds and obstacles
(8:59) #3: Get your money right
(11:58) Money represents value
(13:25) #4: Track and collect all momentum
(14:03) #5: Keep a close eye on your vices
(15:43) #6: Create your power circle
(16:26) #7: Keep your mind right
(17:33) #8: Give yourself that pleasure of the freedom you gave yourself and have no regrets
(18:21) #9: Always evaluate what you learn
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