Do you have trouble with…PERFORMING UNDER PRESSURE, FOCUS, CONFIDENCE, MOTIVATION, or OVERCOMING SLUMPS? There’s a solution…
Ed Tseng, a leading authority on mental skills in sports and life, an award-winning tennis coach and a sought-after speaker, has spent his life researching solutions to these challenges. He is the author of the book, “Game. Set. Life.” which has been on Amazon’s Top 10 in Sports Psychology and featured at the US Open Tennis Championships. Tseng is also co-author of the forthcoming “Success Simplified” with Stephen Covey (7 Habits of Highly Effective People) and “The Pinstripe Principles – Mental Toughness Lessons From The World’s Greatest Team.”
Ed is the Director of Mental Conditioning at the Monroe Sports Center. He works in-person and by telephone with individuals and teams in the area of mental toughness and peak performance, from athletes and coaches to salespeople, musicians and students. He is a sought-after motivational speaker, and had lectured to organizations such as TEDxPrincetonLibrary, USTA Tennis Teachers Conference, Arthur Ashe Youth Tennis and Education, Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce, Special Olympics, Boys and Girls Club of Trenton, Mercer County Juvenile Detention Center, Disney, Rider University, Princeton University, Leverage Sports and Entertainment Agency, Weichert Realtors and MOPS (Mothers Of Pre-Schoolers). As an internationally-known tennis teaching pro, Ed was named Pro of the Year USTA 2005. He is also a volunteer coach for the Special Olympics.
Ed Tseng was mentored by noted sports psychologist, Rob Gilbert and received a mental toughness certification from Dr. Jim Loehr and the Human Performance Institute.
Ed’s work has been published and featured at the US Open, radio, television, conferences and international organizations.
An avid New York Yankees fan, Ed currently lives in the Princeton, NJ area with his wife, Sarah and their Boston Terriers, Babe Buckner and Jordan. He enjoys reading, fine dining, staying fit, yoga, meditating and staying in the present moment