U.S. women's soccer team had an amazing performance during Sunday's win over Japan. The team was led by star player Carli Lloyd who credits visualization and the practice of positive thinking, with helping her kill it on the soccer field.
While training just before Sunday’s game, Lloyd said she mentally visualized herself scoring four goals. She later went on to nail three into the net — the first woman in World Cup history to do so. Click here for the full story
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