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The Magic Moment: When a Coach makes a Difference.

“We do not remember days, we remember moments.” (Cesare Pavese) Do you remember the moment when you were a teenager and Dad or Mom told you to “save money and think about your future”? You didn’t listen did you. And remember the moment when you were 18 and some relative told you to “work hard and make something of […]

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Great Coaching – Great Coaches: How to Be the Best of the Best.

Greatness is something that all high performance coaches crave. They pursue it with passion and strive to be considered one of the coaches who achieved success at the highest level of their sport. But what is greatness? Where can you find it? What does it look like? And can you measure it? This article discusses […]

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The Top 20 Tips on Being the Best: 20 years of experience in 500 words!

I have been lucky to be involved in high performance sport for the best part of 20 years. I have been very very fortunate to work with Olympic Gold Medalists, World Champions, World Record Holders, Premiership Title Winners, World Cup Winners…champion athletes, teams and coaches in many different sports and in several different countries. Quite often, when I […]

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Improve your Coaching by NOT Coaching

By Wayne Goldsmith | You read right – improve your coaching by NOT coaching. Coaching improves performance. But too much coaching – over coaching – can have a negative influence on performance. Who OVER coaches? Typically five types of coaches OVER coach: Young, inexperienced coaches who are trying too hard; Coaches who lack real belief in […]

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Teaching Skills – A Performance Focused Approach to Teaching Skills.

What’s the difference between learning sports skills to play sport and learning sports skills to win in competition conditions? Playing the sport is about learning and executing the skills of the sport. Winning in competition is about executing skills to a high level of mastery, at high speed, in fatigue conditions and under pressure and consistently making the […]

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New Sport:Old Sport. The Decade of Client Focused Sport is Here.

As the new decade starts, it is time to face the realities of the sports experience around the world. The last decade, saw the most significant changes in society, in learning, in education, in technology and in social change that the world has experienced.  And, in general, sport has not kept pace with the extent or speed […]

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