This week Jim Reid and the panel interview Karina Karagaeva, the CEO of Mindset Design, about how plugging leaks in your mental game can be profitable in all areas of your life – on and off the felt! Whether it’s issues you know about – tilt, losing focus, apathy – or leaks you might not even know you have, like poor goal setting or session prep, the solutions might be closer than you think! Karina talks about her professional path to mindset coaching, the tools and systems that she uses to set people up for success, and other fascinating aspects of how people can motivate themselves to learn. You can find out more about Karina and Mindset Design at their website: http://mindset.design/#become-pro
Karina is active on Twitter as @karinamindset
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|Welcome & Introduction
|Introduction to Karina Karagaeva
|Karina’s background and what brought her to Mindset Design
|Karina shares her poker story
|What part of learning poker is relevant to developing a system?
|Concrete methods for improving as a poker player
|Does having a community help Karina in developing their system?
|How philosophy has impacted Karina’s view of poker and teachings
|How often does Karina play poker?
|Overcoming the clichés that are happening in poker and how to be better at it
|Jim: Home Game Result updates