Updated: Mar 11, 2019
Many clients I see whether in sport or business make exact distinctions between their sport, work and personal time. They present themselves as though their professional and personal lives belonged to different people. By the end of our work together, they often realise that the artificial boundaries make little sense to live a good life. Managing one's time, overcoming stress and dealing with others presents challenges at work and at home. At the heart of my work with others, we are working to underscore the person of value who chooses the right strategy to make life better. What one learns to benefit one's sport often fertilises different parts of life. A tennis player who struggled to manage criticism from coaches and fellow competitors learned to deal effectively with the comments of others. An especially valuable bonus emerged in her relationship with her parents. When we learn to manage our mind we can win at sport and life.