About Jason Selk
Dr. Jason Selk, LPC, NCC
While serving as the Director of Mental Training for the St Louis Cardinals, Dr. Jason Selk helped the team win their first World Series in over 20 years, and in 2011 he assisted the Cardinals in the historic feat of winning their second World Championship in a six year period. Dr. Selk’s is a regular contributor to Forbes, ABC, CBS, ESPN, and NBC radio and television and has been featured in USA Today, CNBC, Men’s Health, Muscle and Fitness, Shape and Self Magazine. Dr Selk’s second book, Executive Toughness, is a best-selling business book and his first book, 10-Minute Toughness, is on pace to be one of the best-selling sport psychology books of all time.
Dr. Jason Selk is considered to be one of the premier performance coaches in the United States. He helps numerous well- known professional and Olympic athletes as well as Fortune 500 and Fortune 100 executives and organizations develop the mental toughness necessary for high-level success.
Dr. Selk utilizes his in-depth knowledge and experience of working with the world’s finest athletes, coaches and business leaders to help individuals and organizations outperform their competition. Dr. Selk works with such clients as professional athletes in the NFL, NHL, NBA, PGA, LPGA, MLB and NASCAR. In addition, he works with such business clients as UBS Financial, Edward Jones, Wells Fargo, Northwestern Mutual and Enterprise Holdings, to name a few.
WHAT LEADERS ARE SAYING
“What first drew me to Jason’s perspective, first as a professional but ultimately as a friend, was that his approach to success empowered his clients not only to succeed in life more often but also to enjoy the success they created.”
Former President, CBS Television
“Dr. Jason Selk is incredibly engaging and his mental toughness fundamentals give you the tools to be successful today and for your entire career.”
Managing Partner at Northwestern Mutual
“The mental side of the game is extremely important. 10-Minute Toughness helps players develop the mental toughness needed for success. It really makes a difference.”
2010 “Executive of the Year” for Major League Baseball and General Manager for the Cincinnati Reds