In 2004, my track and field season was magnificent, I broke the NCAA discus throw record, won my second NCAA discus crown and made the Athens Olympic Games Final and obtained 8th place. By the end of the year my world ranking was 11th. These great performances did not continue into 2005. In July 2005, I prematurely had to cancel my competitions in Europe due to very poor performances. This was a very tough and trying time for me because I lacked confidence, will power, and felt an extreme sense of failure. My world ranking fell to 53 and I wanted to quit.
“I started researching some methods and techniques and I came across Stacey’s website. I knew immediately that this was my answer. Stacey showed me how my emotions were affecting my performances, and the techniques she used to neutralize those emotions had immediate results. It has been an amazing journey working with her, and she has helped me regain confidence, a belief in myself, and a will to continue. I now go out and compete and have fun without that ‘extra baggage’. She has really given my track and field career a second chance.