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Hello world! It’s been too long!

November 26, 2012

Greetings blogosphere! It seems I had a bit of a Truman Capote experience working on that last entry about the Chilean miners… okay, not exactly! LOL! A lot, however, has transpired in the interim. I’m grateful to report numerous advances and contributions since then, including:

  • Co-authored a chapter, “If you meet the Buddha on the football field, tackle him!,” in Critical Essay in Applied Sport Psychology (2011, Human Kinetics)
  • Co-authoring a chapter on mindfulness, interpersonal neurobiology, and exercise psychology for a forthcoming edited text (2013, Human Kinetics)
  • Co-presented a workshop on interpersonal mindfulness for athletes, performers, and consultants with 2 Australian sport & performance psychologists at the 2011 annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology in Honolulu, Hawaii
  • Co-presented a workshop on teaching sport psychology in interdisciplinary environments (e.g., to medical professionals) at the 2010 annual conference of the Association for Applied Sport Psychology in Providence, Rhode Island
  • Had my blog entry about LA Lakers’ Ron Artest and his psychiatrist cited by the blog of one of the world’s leading psychiatric institutes, The Menninger Clinic
  • I’ve also hosted multiple interns, become an adjunct and created a new sport psychology course for the sports management program at Fontbonne University, and seen great growth on the executive side of my consulting practice (e.g., coaching executives & entrepreneurs, speaking)

I look forward to bringing you more entries to enhance your performances, well-being, and happiness. I also look forward to reading your responses and engaging with you – don’t hesitate to contact me to explore how all of this may serve you and/or your team, board, or organization! Lastly, although it’s been awhile, most of my previous entries are just as valuable as they were when I published them, and I’ve never stopped Tweeting, Facebook-ing, or LinkedIn-ing. 😉 (By the way, has anyone heard more recent updates on those miners?)

Best, Joe Mannion, MS

Infinity pool at the Sheraton Waikiki (Association for Applied Sport Psychology conference)

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  1. November 28, 2012 4:03 pm

    Thank you to for “liking” this post! Checkout the great work Quinn and Jonathon are doing down in Nicaragua by visiting their site!

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