Your brain is constantly scanning and will show you evidence of what you believe – help train it to spot what you really want by noticing your thinking
When it comes to success, there are many ways to measure. Wealth, status, the car
When I committed to climbing this mountain, I knew I would need to train physically, but I knew that the difference for me was going to be in the mental preparation. I knew it was going to be difficult and that I would have to dig deep into my emotional reserves. I was not going to allow my mindset to be the factor that cost me this summit.
Mindset training is like a pack-a-mac. It’s always there when you need it, giving you the means to carry on, when it might be easier to stay at home in your comfort zone.
Understanding your fear response and finding your confidence are the foundations of becoming fearless!
Know you’re the best but on the day your performance is lacklustre? Ever stood on stage with sweaty palms having forgotten everything you wanted to say? Stage fright, or performance anxiety can be debilitating but now you can fight back and claim your excellence.
What happens in a coaching session with me? It all depends what you need and want but we work together to move you from where you are now to where you want to be using every tool at my disposal!
What do you get by staying in your comfort zone?
Exactly what you already have.
What do you have the potential to gain by stepping out of it?
Anything you want to.
This week my daughter and I went on an adventure. I had wanted to spend
The great news is that I have brought all of my experience and knowledge of sports coaching, sports physiology, sports psychology, life coaching, NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming), mindfulness, yoga, science and teaching together, to develop an 8 -week programme that will show you how you can develop each of the 8 components, giving you all the skills that you need to be able to take on anything.
I have been working hard to bring this e-book to the World for a long
The highlight of my sporting career was representing the Royal Air Force in an international