Today we have Joel Green to talk with us about “filtering”, managing your mindset, using your painful experiences to push yourself, and so much more.
Joel Green is CEO of Pro Level Training, the National Director of Nike Sports Camps, a former professional basketball player, and a renowned motivational speaker. After retiring from his career in professional basketball, Joel Green founded Pro Level Training (PLT), which has become a 7-figure company.
In addition, Joel Green is the National Director for Nike Sports Camps as well as an accomplished speaker. He was honored to speak to thousands and deliver his own TED Talk. His unique differentiator in business and as an individual, is his ability to see life objectively from multiple vantage points.
Unfortunate circumstances as a youth helped to groom and refine Joel into adulthood. Growing up in an abandoned home and seeing both sides of life has really helped him to connect with people over time.
Green’s messages deliver tangible advice for others to attain their desired outcome, many of these messages will be conveyed in his first book to be released in the fall. Joel Green has a B.A. in Psychology from Rider University, which has helped to fuel his ambition to inspire others. In addition, he is a professional sports and fitness model and actor and has been featured in commercials, ads, and television.
Recently, he was the face of Cheez-It crackers Celebrity Crunch Classic campaign, in which he was solely featured on millions of snack boxes.
Green has unflinchingly put in 18–20-hour workdays with unrelenting joy to make his dreams a physical manifestation. He attributes his work ethic and success to his unwavering faith in God and desire for excellence.
In this episode of YOU Unleashed:
04:40 - What does it take to be successful in sports at the highest level?
08:30 - 90% of the work is preparation
09:50 - How important is managing your mindset for your success in life?
15:00 - How to make sure that your mind is focused to achieve the things you want to achieve
21:00 - What does Joel mean by “Filtering” in his book?
28:00 - Take time to know yourself first before looking at what other people tell you
29:50 - The fundamental steps you need to do in order for you be able to practice “filtering”
36:30 - One of Joel’s most valuable experiences
41:00 - How to use your painful experiences to keep moving forward
47:00 - Steps you can follow so you can use your painful experiences to be your own teacher/ trainer
51:30 - Don't place your end results in someone else's hands
54:00 - Joel’s number one habit and a book that he was reading