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A performance limerick from Dublin, Ireland.
The second in our series of podcasts on the global tour, this week coming from Dublin.
As the internal and external pressures of performing becomes imminent we “can” be influenced to begin to doubt our own ability to perform when it counts. This all too common phenomena can seriously inhibit our performance potential.
In this episode I discuss the three key skills and stages to performing in a confident and controlled manner irrespective of the expectations of the situation. Sit back and enjoy as we discuss positive mindset and emotional platforming, Key visualisation techniques and effective anchoring.
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Taking Your Eye Off The Ball
As the end of many athletes seasons approaches and we begin to think about putting our feet up for a few weeks well earned rest, we can “almost” be forgiven for taking our eye off the ball and thinking about getting to the end, making that last ditch attempt at finishing on a high.
However that flippant mindset can be very dangerous when we consider what could go wrong…
In many sports we are heading into the finals and as such if we do not have an open and growth mindset we can be prone to mistakes.
So as I walk through the streets of Tokyo this short podcast discussed the perils of diving for the line.