Archive for the 'Sports Psychology' Category

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Mamba Forever

Kobe Bryant Short Film

Arnold Schwarzenegger 2018 – The speech that broke the Internet – You can’t NOT be inspired after watching this!

I don’t care what some might think of him as a person with his personal relationship challenges, I leave that for others to debate. His work ethic is legendary. What’s amazing is how FEW people know his total commitment to doing WHATEVER IT TAKES to achieve his outcome(s)… And he has done it SEVERAL TIMES […]

‘Dream Crazy’ and the mindset of a champion

The second element of Exponential Mindset Thinking is: “Today’s dreams are the foundation of tomorrow’s reality” – Dr Marc Dussault Nike’s new ad campaign speaks to this – LOUD AND CLEAR…!

Serena Williams – US Open Inspiration

As a coach, I can talk about visualisation until I’m blue in the face… This video of Serena Williams hammers it home superbly. https://www.instagram.com/p/Bm_JcJqFcWe/  

Listen up babies!

Champions aren’t born, they’re made.

September 13th

For some, the number 13 is unlucky, not for me. In fact it’s a very special number. When it comes to sports psychology, there is a fine line between rituals and superstitions and what I call “routines” for success. The former create a false sense of certainty (with no benefit) whereas well designed “routines” significantly […]

Concentration Of Focus

I just presented sports psychology principles to squash players at Vancouver’s prestigious Jericho Tennis Club. One of the many excellent questions asked was “With all the books available on the subject, how do you know what to ‘listen’ to as good versus bad advice to avoid confusion” First, you need a framework to work with […]

Two secret words to win the British Open Golf Championship

Rory McIlroy looked out at a room packed with reporters and knew he was going to disappoint them. All week, he had talked about two secret words he used as his trigger for the shots he played. Even as he stretched his lead to six shots going into Sunday, he said he would only reveal […]

Success is a lousy teacher…

…It seduces smart people into thinking they can’t lose. This is true in sport as it is in business and life in general.