Creating Your M.V.P. Process

It doesn’t happen by accident. 

It happens by intent

I am often asked, “Coach P, what is the number one thing I can do in my craft to take my performance to the next level?

The Beginning

Most people are looking for hacks, tricks, and tips for making their journey of peak performance sexier and more appealing. 

My response to these individuals is usually the same:

Be intentional in who you are, what you want, and where you invest your time.” 

For most people that answer doesn’t work for them.  They want the quick fix. However, the process doesn’t have to be hard, so don’t make it out to be harder than it needs to be. I can’t blame people for asking.  When I was younger, I looked for shortcuts as well.  We all look for shortcuts.

We see it all the time…

I totally understand where the question stems from. There are so-called “experts” touting “shortcuts” all the time.  Most of the time, it’s all smoke and mirrors rhetoric.  

Nothing ever replaces the brutally honest hard work of getting REAL and RAW with yourself in order to figure out who you are and what you’re about. GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT, and ultimately, your definition of SUCCESS only happens by living a life of intent.  It doesn’t happen by accident.

This is the way…

The only way to live with intent is to have a plan.  You don’t need a plan all the way to the “finish line”, but rather a plan to get you out of the “starting gate”.  There are too many variables in our lives to have a blueprint that maps out our lives perfectly.

In my work with athletes and corporate warriors, I teach them how to create more intention in their lives.  My work with them is designed to help them figure out more of who they are, what they want, and identify where they are investing their time.

In this M.V.P. series, I will walk you through the PROCESS of how you can become more INTENTIONAL about who your are, what you want, and here you are investing your time.


Ed Padalecki, often called Coach P., is a mental performance coach who takes his experience coaching NFL players, professional baseball players, numerous D1 NCAA student athletes in baseball, golf, football into the business and leadership space.

  • He believes that when it’s time to perform, competition is 90% mental and 10% physical.
  • Training the mind isn’t a magic pill that will win you championship after championship on the field or in the boardroom, but what it will do is allow you to release the greatness within you.
  • Goal achievement doesn’t happen by accident, it happens by intent.

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