Choose your response
We’re hearing about lots of new, unplanned for challenges. Here are some tips on how you could respond to some of the current challenges.
Helpful thinking to combat worry and uncertainty
In this podcast Adam Morris talks to performance experts Chris Shambrook & Jim Constable to get their expertise and tips on what people can do to try and combat the […]
Create a confident work from home mindset
How do you stay confident, maintain productivity and a sense of control when so much feels out of our control or uncertain? Working from home for the first time or […]
Responding as an organisation in challenging times
In challenging times there’s huge value in facing things collectively. This is particularly true if you can respond, as one with the core ingredients of a Challenge Mindset to the […]
Fear of failure
6 reasons why your fear of failure could be a good thing and can boost your performance.
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 […]
A guide to One System Thinking
“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. […]
Confidence - Mind your attitude
In episode 2 of our confidence series podcast we talk to our human performance expert Chris Shambrook about how to adopt a confidence building mindset.
The triathlete mindset
In this fix we’d like to introduce you to the potential of a triathlete mindset at work.
The 100% mentality
The 100% mentality is the ability to be superb at getting 100% out of whatever readiness you have going into any key performance moment, and it’s a key differentiator that’s […]
Developing a marathon runners mindset
In this fix we want you to think about whether you are getting the benefit from a marathon runners mindset.
If you fear failure you'll never win
Our very own Chris Shambrook vlogging! Does a fear of failure limit you or does it provide you with an opportunity to find out how good you can be?