“In the end, it’s that psychological difference that decides whether you win or lose” -Sven-Goran Eriksson
“You can win or lose a race in your head. Or a match, a game or a deal.
Understanding the impact of how you think, and identifying how you might improve your mental approach is the secret to High Performance Thinking. Get your ‘head in the right place’ and you will find the edge you need to beat your competitors.
Trained in Sports Psychology and an experienced Performance Coach, Penny works with elite sports people whose performance matters. She inspires a winning attitude.
Specialising in the performance of racing drivers, golfers and footballers, her clients include elite athletes, Chief Executives, graduates, students and even convicted offenders. Penny believes that the main obstacle people face in fulfilling their full potential is themselves. She knows that challenges can be won and lost in your own head.
Having competed at World Championship level, Penny knows how critical it is to address the mental issues that influence your performance, which may include:
- Coping with nerves, anxiety and stress
- Competing in the present
- Identifying and planning for specific goals
- Setting process goals during competition
- Removing Performance blocks
- Motivation, confidence and self belief
- Concentration and attentional focus
- Positive psychology
- Finding, and operating in ‘The Zone’
- Dealing with the unexpected
- Managing emotions
- Mental Imagery
Performance Coaching is a form of learning, where a coach supports a client to create learning, self-development and coping strategies in a beneficial way. Coaching literally means to transport someone from one place to another resulting in significant personal advancement. Penny uses a one to one approach to support an individual in improving their performance and gaining better results. In a sporting environment this could be on or off event.
Coaching isn’t just for individuals or sports people – the impact of coaching extends to the corporate world and into the Boardroom.
Email now to find out more about how Sports Psychology and Performance Coaching can transform your own performance.