Tom Black, Head Coach at the University of Georgia, and former Assistant Coach at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games joins mindset training guru Adam O'Neal.  Both of these individuals have extensive knowledge when it comes to mindset training.  Tom comes at it from the direction of a head coach, while Adam provides a more academic persepective.  They form a powerful duo with a lot of powerful ideas.  If you're interested in learning about general mindset ideas, effective communication tools, self-reflection, goal setting and more this is the course for you! 

Additional courses related to mindset and sports psychology

Mindset Control with Courtney Thompson - 15 Lessons

Mindset Training with Adam O'Neal and Tom Black - 11 Lessons

Mindset Training with Adam O'Neal and Tom Black Part 2 - 11 Lessons

Mindset Training with Adam O'Neal and Tom Black Part 3 - 10 Lessons


Adam O'Neal
Adam O'Neal
Mindset Coach

Adam O'Neal was introduced to Gold Medal Squared through our good friend Tom Black.  Adam began working with Tom at Loyala Marymount University, where he served as the women's volleyball mindset coach.  Adam also works for Win Forever Consulting, a group that educates athletes, teams and corporations on the topic of mindset, team formation, confidence, and much, much more.  We are incredibly honored to have Adam working with us to develop wondering educational material for coaches around the world.  

Tom Black
Tom Black
Head Coach, University of Georgia

Black, an accomplished collegiate and international coach, is currently the head coach of the women's volleyball program the University of Georgia.

Black came to Athens with 12 years of NCAA collegiate head coaching experience with time at UC San Diego and Loyola Marymount, accumulating a career record of 242-115 after posting six seasons with 20-plus wins. 

Working with some of the top athletes in the country, Black has been extremely active with the U.S. Women’s National Team over the last few years, working alongside U.S. head coach Karch Kiraly. Black most recently served on the staff at the 2016 Rio Olympic games as an assistant coach, as the United States garnered a bronze medal.