Podcast: Episode 4 – “Live Your Best Story” with Bob Litwin, Author & World Tennis Champion

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Bob Litwin is the best-selling author of Live the Best Story of Your Life, a book that shows you how to:

  • Get clear on your old stories and learn to leave them in the past
  • Discover the excitement and energy of your new story
  • Access the 33 strategies followed by people who always seem to win at life

A world tennis champion, Bob Litwin uses the New Story Method to coach top athletes, coaches, Wall Street hedge funds, traders, and analysts to raise individual performance to extraordinary levels.

Click here to buy Bob’s book. To check Bob’s availability, email him here.


  1. Your voice should always be authentic.
  2. To improve performance, start by getting rid of everything you don’t need.
  3. Stories are changeable.
  4. Get your negative story out of your head and on to paper.
  5. Focus like Roger Federer: “Turn around and play the next point.”
  6. High performers embrace the volatility of life.
  7. Kaizen is ongoing, incremental improvement.
  8. “Be happy where you are, but not happy enough to stop.”
  9.  Great performance coaches are patient in the clients’ process.
  10. “Bring the angels, leave the judges.” Surround yourself with people who give you what you need.

Note: At the 18-minute mark, Bob shares what he believes to be the “4 Key Traits of High Performers.” If you want to take your game to the next level, you don’t want to miss this!

Listen here.

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