Are you choosing performance?
“There are so many other men that could be sitting in this seat, but he’s sitting here (as Olympic champion). The reason that he’s sitting here is because of the […]
The meaning of performance
Results matter. Of course they do, that’s why organisations and people obsess over them. But the best also obsess over performance (doing the things you need to do to get […]
Are you waiting for perfect playing conditions?
You might have sunshine, rain, a million things to do or just one. Whatever the conditions are, they’re just the conditions. The conditions might be out of your control, but they’re […]
9 steps to take when change happens to you
Here are 9 simple steps that you can take to help you manage change.
Train hard to fight easy
Tactics for making training tougher so you are too…
If you want to get better, get uncomfortable
If you want to get better, get uncomfortable and here’s 10 reasons why…
8 tips for waking up on dark mornings
Struggling to wake up now that mornings are dark? Here are 8 tips for waking up on dark mornings
Fuel yourself, don’t fool yourself
What do you need to be ready to do? Ready to work? Ready to play? Ready to exercise? Ready to perform? Ready for an exam? Ready for an interview? Ready […]
How Danny Willett won the Masters - be ready to win!
It’s golf’s Masters time at Augusta, Georgia and the reigning champion is Britain’s Danny Willets. Danny’s story of how he came to win has inspired us; it's all about being ready to take your moment when it matters most.
Resolutions are not just for New Year
We know that by mid-January countless New Year’s resolutions will have been abandoned. Why? – what’s not working about how people set goals. We’ve been banging on for a few years now with our thoughts on goals. Here’s some key principles we return to again and again.
6 tips to reflect and learn
Before you dive head long into New Years resolutions, spend a bit of time taking the lessons learned from 2016 so you can build from a really strong base.
Playing at work
It’s interesting when you hear one of your country’s leading performance psychologists, with an impressive track record going back through 5 Olympics cycles, talking about the value of play.