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Sport Parenting – The Performance Partnership

The support young athletes get from their parents is often just as influential as that which they receive from their coaches. Wayne explores how athletes can best work with coaches and parents to create an environment that helps them to realise their potential.

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Sporting Parents:Gold Medal Parenting for the Parents of Young Athletes

There are sporting kids. There are sporting coaches. But the critical people in the sporting equation are sporting parents. This presentation helps every parent understand how to be a Gold Medal Sporting Parent and how to help their child realise their full potential. %CODE3% And don’t forget to contact us and ask about our Sporting […]

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The W – Word: Winning.

I am getting so sick of people talking about high performance environments, about following a process, about systems, about structures, about programs, about initiatives, about workshops and about strategies. The name of the game is Winning – oops – there I said it. Winning. Winning. Winning. There, I said it again. That felt great. I’ll say […]

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The Player Potential Profile – an integrated, practical approach to Talent Identification and Recruitment in High Performance Sport – Part One

Hot Football On Fire from Crestock Stock Photos Every now and again, a client will ask me to come up with a new way of doing something to help them achieve their performance goals. In recent years, a real focus for me has been developing innovative talent identification, recruitment and retention strategies for professional sporting teams. […]

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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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10000 hours to make a champion??? What rubbish!

  This “10000 hours to build a champion athlete” stuff seems to have popped up in a lot of places recently. Just goes to show how many people in the world can write stuff about sport without knowing anything about it. (more…)

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