Browsing tag: performance

How to Get Out – and Stay Out – of Your Comfort Zone


We read a lot on the net about being in the comfort zone and why we should get out of it. But how do you do that? Facing our fears? Sometimes, these fears lie on an unconscious level; we aren’t always consciously aware of what our comfort zone is. That of course, can make it difficult

Boost Your Results With My PowerGrid Tool (No Opt-in)


In today’s post I am giving away my PowerGrid performance tool so you can seriously boost your results. This powerful tool can be used in conjunction with almost anything you want to improve. Whether you are an athlete who wants to increase your results or a sales executive wanting to close more deals, this tool

3 Powerful MindShifting Techniques to Increase Performance


When those eight super athletes line up on the starting grid for the 100m the difference in physical ability between them is miniscule. 100th’s of a second will be the margin of who takes gold and who trails in 4th. So with ability in the balance of these gigantic men of sport, what determines who

The 10,000 Hour Rule to Success is Debunked (Again)


“Wow! I have done 156 hours performing…now only 9,844 to go” In popular psychology, which I am an avid reader of, there has been a myth flying round that to be great at something you must put in 10,000 hours of practise. Whether it is in your business, sport, career, music or study, you can

Why You Shouldn’t Wish ‘Good Luck’ on Other People (1minute read)


This short blog post is in my mindbytes category. I did say a while back that I would do these and I haven’t. My apologies if you like quick reads. I originally wanted to do these shorter posts as they are way too long for my Twitter and daily Facebook page updates, but didn’t want

Why You Shouldn’t Aim To Be # 1


Some people I coach get a little surprised and shocked when I tell them to drop their goal of aiming to be # 1 in their field of endeavour, whether it is in sport, life, business or their career.   I shall even be telling my beautiful daughter who I am about to help, who