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Understanding the Journey

Posted by David Harrison on Wednesday, May 29, 2013, In : Extending Comfort Zone 
You need to understand the journey, you need to understand that the journey never ends you have to keep moving forward.  This is awareness of the world that you live in. There are times when you feel like you are so close and then something outside of your control moves the goal posts.  This happens a lot, this happens constantly.  Early in your career this feels like a kick in the teeth. You are so close yet so far from the goal you have set yourself.  It is like a mirage in the desert you t...

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Extend your Comfort Zone

Posted by David Harrison on Monday, May 7, 2012, In : Extending Comfort Zone 

It has been said that we all live in the same wind and it is how we deploy our sails that separates successful people who reach PINNACLE PERFORMANCE from everyone else. What this means from a sport psychology perspective is that everyone is faced with the same external environment and it's how you manage and use the tools you have been given (Control the Controllables again!) to get the most out of the wind and the environment to be successful. This links to 2 of my favourite quotes. The firs...


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The Journey: The Elements for Success, Winning and Increased Performance in Sport, Business and Life


David Harrison Using sport psychology principles and performance psychology strategies from elite sport and business this blog highlights the elements needed for success, winning and increased performance. Whether lacking motivation, struggling to manage pressure or loss of confidence; the posts in this blog can help.

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