Established in 2018, Impact Mental Performance is a company focused on creating sustainable confidence in your performance.
To equip you with Mental Skills for life! We believe that talent and physical repetition only get you so far. It will ultimately be your mental make-up that separates you from your competition. At Mental Performance, we take a refreshingly creative approach to get you at your best.
“Give a man a fish, feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, feed him for a lifetime” – Unknown
Meet Our Team
Sean Ullrich created Mental Performance out of a passion for helping people. The opportunity to intentionally and creatively make an impact on so many lives was one that could not be passed up.
"We have put together a team of people that love what they do. We are going to treat people the right way. I believe there is a great balance between enjoying what you do and bringing an edge into competition. The mental skills emphasized in our training will not only be applicable to your current situation, but also to your life. We look forward to the opportunity to work with you and your team." -Sean Ullrich
College Experience: University of Missouri, Johnson County CC, Louisiana Tech University
High School: Marquette (Chesterfield, MO)
Bio: Sean Ullrich was a career .331 hitter at the division 1 level (173 hits in 521 plate appearances). He also slugged 10 homeruns, 91 RBI’s, 45 doubles, 12 triples, and had a career on base percentage of .439 during his college career.
He finished his career at Louisiana Tech University. Ullrich lead the team in hitting his Junior Year (.333), a team that finished 42-20 and competed in a Mississippi State regional. Unfortunately, he had to get Thoracic Outlet Surgery at the conclusion of his junior year (right side) and senior year (left side). Battling back, Ullrich improved on nearly all of his offensive numbers his senior season (.344, 20 doubles) despite needing to get a second Thoracic Outlet Surgery at the conclusion of his Senior season.
"What lies behind us and what lies before us, are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." -Ralph Waldo Emerson
Name: Aaron Schnurbusch
Professional Experience: Chicago White Sox
College Experience: Johnson County CC and University of Pittsburgh
High School: Eureka (Eureka, MO)
Bio: Aaron Schnurbusch was a two way player (position player and pitcher) at Johnson County CC and the University of Pittsburgh until he was drafted in the 28th round by the Chicago White Sox in 2015. He majored in social science at the University of Pittsburgh, graduating in 2018.
"As a person I value the way you work when someone isn't looking, it shows more about your character than anything else. I would rather have 9 bulldog average players than 9 all-star talented players with no "dawg" in them. I will do my best to get the most out of each and every player I have the opportunity to work with. I'll help our clients on all phases of the game, while also teaching them how to lead. You will see improvements on how you go about your business in everyday life."- Aaron Schnurbusch
Favorite Quote: "The key is not the will to win...everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win that is important." -Bob Knight
Name: Nate Goro
Professional Experience: LA Angels
College Experience: Wichita State University, Jefferson College, Oral Roberts University
High School: Lafayette (Wildwood, MO)
Coaching Experience: Rawlings Tigers
Bio: Nate was a two-sport athlete throughout high school and holds several school records and All-State honors in both baseball and football. In 2009, Nate was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 46th round, but elected to attend Wichita State university where he was named the starting 3rd baseman and helped the Shockers to a 41-19 record. Following his freshman season, Nate transferred to Jefferson College where he played Shortstop and led the Vikings to their second JUCO World Series appearance in school history. Nate played his junior and senior season at Oral Roberts University, serving as the starting Shortstop and leading the Golden Eagles to two straight NCAA Regional appearances. In 2013, Nate was drafted by the LA Angels in the 27th round where he made it to single-A before retiring in 2015 to pursue a career in business. Now that his playing days are over, Nate enjoys coaching with the Rawlings Tigers. He desires to be a positive influence in the life to help kids maximize their potential both on and off the field.
Favorite Quote: "A life is not important except in the impact it has on other lives" - Jackie Robinson
Name: Kyle Grieshaber
Professional Experience: St. Louis Cardinals
College Experience: Louisville and University of Central Missouri
High School: Marquette (Chesterfield, MO)
Coaching Experience: University of Central Missouri
Bio: Kyle Grieshaber was a second team All-MIAA selection in 2013 as a utility player, splitting time between center field, third base and second base. He earned second team All-Region honors from Daktronics, and the American Baseball Coaches Association after hitting .354 with 18 doubles, a team-best nine home runs and 52 runs driven in.
He came to UCM from Division I Louisville, where he was a three-time Big East Player of the Week honoree and helped the Cardinals to a Big East Regular Season Championship as a freshman.
Following the 2013 season, Grieshaber signed a free agent contract with the St. Louis Cardinals. He played for the Johnson City Cardinals in the Rookie Appalachian League, where he had two doubles, a triple, home run and 12 RBI in 31 games.
Upon his playing career coming to an end, Kyle was an Assistant Coach at the University of Central Missouri where he lead an offense to the 2016 DII College World Series.
Now that baseball has ended, Kyle enjoys giving back to the athletes in his community, specifically in hopes of preparing young men and women for their not only their athletic careers but the game of life as well.
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