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“In my experience, teams and players play to their potential when they are enjoying the game.
When they feel free to express themselves, feel empowered, feel connected to their team mates, coaches, supporters and the game itself.
Players who are overly focused on outcomes and results feel anxious, insecure, are less resilient, and less consistent.
For years I believed that my well-being was dependent on situations, circumstances and environment.
This misunderstanding takes us out of the present moment, which further suppresses performance and enjoyment.
Coaches and players who love what they do are committed and passionate without feeling like they are stressed or overworking.
They know that their well-being and value is not attached to or defined by results, titles, and the opinions of other people.
This essential fact is easily overlooked.
Doing so leads to feelings of lack, stress, and insecurity.
This understanding of how the mind really works allowed me to see through the conceptual barriers that were getting in the way and to realise my innate well-being and potential.
It has allowed me to see that we always have what it takes, even when times seem tough.”
Grayson Hart. Professional Rugby Player. Bedford Blues and Scotland
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To be a great coach, you need to understand two things. You need to know the game, and you need to understand people.
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Understand the simple principles which lie behind your best, most enjoyable, most consistent performances
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Learn more about the principles which lie behind well-being, enduring relationships, powerful insights and effortless learning
“There is so much emphasis these days on tactics and strategy. It’s easy to forget sometimes that players are human beings”