|Meet the Authors
Dr. Rob Gilbert is one of the premier sport psychologists in
the United States. For the past 25 years, he has consulted with thousands
of athletes to help them achieve their athletic dreams.
He specializes in helping his clients achieve peak performance under
stressful conditions. He has conducted motivational workshops for
both business and sports teams on doing your best when the pressure
to win is at its highest.
five years, Dr. Gilbert was the editor of Bits and Pieces,
the international motivational newsletter which was the inspiration
for the best selling Chicken Soup for the Soul book series.
Other books Gilbert has authored include Read this Book Tonight
to Help You Win Tomorrow and Gilbert on Greatness: How Sport
Psychology Can Help Make You a Champion.
He received his undergraduate and Ph.D. degree from the University
Dr. Gilbert is currently a sport psychology professor at Montclair
State University in Upper Montclair, New Jersey where he resides.
John Sikes Jr. has been the editor of the Championship Performance
coaching journal for the past ten years.
Read by thousands of coaches from the high school to professional level,
Championship Performance is the leading edge resource on the psychology of peak athletic performance.
As a 25 year golfer, he has experienced all the highs and lows the game
has to offer and is well acquainted with the psychological struggles that
come along with playing your best golf. He has used the techniques in Good
to Great Golf to improve his game.
John Sikes Jr. is a graduate of the University of Florida College of Journalism.
He currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina with his wife and two children.