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Own Your Awesomeness

Hello  Athletes-

What are you good at?

Most people hesitate to answer this question.


Why not own it?

When someone asks you if you are good at something, do you try to hide it and downplay saying, “Oh, I’m alright.”

What if Micheal Phelps had not wanted to brag about being a great swimmer and kept his talents to himself?

What if your athletic coach said, “I don’t know if I’m really that good at coaching and chose to watch sports instead of coached.”

What if you doctor said, “I hope I can make this surgery work.  I’m trying to believe I can.”

Today, I want to give you permission to be confident.

Stand up, roll your shoulders back and own that you are incredible at what you do.

The world needs you to own your talents and share them with us.

This is not arrogance, boasting, or prideful.

It doesn’t help anyone else if you shy away from sharing your skills.

And, it doesn’t make you better than anyone else for having those talents.

You are simply amazing and you have amazing skills.

Don’t down play your role in sharing those with others…

…and enjoying them yourself along the way.

Be Flippin’ Awesome and Own it TODAY!



If you need help owning your talents and feeling good about doing so,

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Enjoy this weeks challenge!

Have a Flippin’ Awesome week,

Amy Twiggs,

Certified Life, Weight & Sports Performance Coach

Wondering what a life coach is?

A life coach basically means I show you what thoughts are holding you back from your dreams. We do this in a fun, non-judgemental way of challenging and searching and working together to re-wire your brain so you can act on it instead of feeling like you are being acted upon!

If you want to learn more tips about


check out the

Flippin’ Awesome Coaching for Gymnast

Podcast in iTunes.

Just click HERE

While coaches prepare an athlete physically, I prepare them mentally. So, when a coach says to an athlete, “You are ready”, then the athletes believes 100% they are ready as well. If an athlete says, “I can do this” without truly believing she/he can, then she/he is essentially trying to slam a revolving door. Failure is guaranteed. Instead of a question mark at then end of the phrase “I can do this”, I teach athletes how to add the exclamation point! My joy is to help every athlete find potential. We take a closer look at the belief systems of athletes and how those thoughts are holding them back and creating their current results. I believe that every athlete deserves to feel passionate about what they truly want. Need help becoming the super-athlete in your sport? Go to to learn more about

my online weekly program for athletes.