12 ways in which people undermine their own confidence
Building and maintaining confidence levels is the topic we coach most often on. Sometimes we find that despite the desire to build confidence, people aren’t always fair to themselves in […]
How to build confidence
In this infographic Sophie Radcliffe, PlanetK2 athlete ambassador provides us with insight into how she develops and builds confidence.
Podcast 06 - Confidence and resilience, the Emma Wiggs way - learning from a paralympic champion
In episode 6 we talk to Emma Wiggs MBE who is a Paralympic gold medal winner and six-time World Champion paracanoeist in the women’s 200m KL2 class. Within the podcast we […]
Your pyramid of confidence
Answer all of the questions we’ve got at each level of the pyramid and start to regularly build your confidence.
Podcast 04 - Motivation and the 3 ingredients everyone should know about
In episode 4 we speak to our human performance expert Dr Chris Shambrook about Motivation. The podcast covers a range of areas including how to develop a helpful motivational climate, […]
Are you using your Battle Mentality?
I’m writing this from Melbourne Airport, en route back home to the UK after a great couple of weeks working with some of our Australian customers. Airports make me reflect – they represent endings and beginnings, so it seems like the perfect time to put pen to paper.
Winning the biggest race of my life
The week’s blog comes from Simon Chodziesner, a K2 Performance Coach based in Melbourne. For those of you who are avid blog readers, you may remember a blog from Simon back in October, just before he underwent major heart surgery. Back by popular demand, Simon shares his rehab experiences, taking of course, a high performance lens to reflect on his recovery!
Fuel your confidence
Performance and motivation – they’re made to be together, like Laurel and Hardy. No motivation = poor performance, high motivation = you’re winning. Contrary to popular belief, you’re in control of your motivation.
Zero hours contracts – a dark place for motivation
All the talk of zero hours contracts during the election campaign focused on the two predictable sides of the debate. Businesses need them so they can remain flexible and competitive in uncertain times (though it’s unclear when business will think times are certain and that even if they did, whether they’d then stop using them).