Category / Sport & business coaching

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  • Be impactful from the very beginning

    In businesses or sport, the beginning of your meeting or game is very important. This is the moment where you catch (or not) the attention of your workmates or show to your…

  • Positive psychology as tool for high performance

    Positive psychology is not about feeling happy all the time. It is about accepting doubts, seat backs before each time they occur move forward. It is about sending to yourself ‘reminders’ that…

  • Adapt your routine to your needs

    The pre-competition routine is very important. For one main reason. It decides whether or not you will perform at your best, already from the beginning of the competition. Your routine does not…

  • The good and quick decision

    Sometimes and especially in fast path sports or in businesses where opportunities have to be taken as soon as possible, athletes or employees need to take quick decisions. What they want and need…

  • High-confidence

    Confidence is key for performance. Without, you will not manage to perform at your best. With we will reach your optimum performance. If you have not experienced high confidence by yourself, have…

  • Times off help your performance: take them

    Long days at work or intense practises/games on court require the same factor should you want to perform at your best: take pro-actively times off or breaks from time to time. Indeed,…

  • Technic versus trust

    When things are not going your way, what do you rely on the most? Technic or trust? Technic is important because you build confidence through repetitive executions. That way, you have the…

  • A new role: challenge of opportunity?

    Players or employees are often requested to change role within teams or companies. It may represent a challenge in some cases but that can be overcome. In fact, the recipe is the…

  • Get the job done, do not look for perfection

    Perfectionism helps til certain extend. It gives you the ‘training mindsest’ allowing enough self-discipline to train in view of improving again and again. But at some point, being  a perfectionist starts to play ‘against’ you mainly…

  • Managing the bad or ‘average’ days

    How often do you feel incredibly efficient and creative at work or playing ‘in the zone’ in sports. Not that often, do you? Most of your days are days where you are…