Learn the techniques that will enable you to remain calm and clear headed, and perform at your very best in sporting or exam situations. Call us Now to learn these powerful techniques that will help to create that winning edge.
Before an exam or big event you may experience the following -
Sleeplessness due to an overactive mind
Anxiety that prevents you from eating on the day of the event (just when you need the fuel from your food the most)
Negative thoughts in the hours leading up to the exam or sporting event
Disappointment in how you may perform on the day
Through guided imagery techniques you will learn how to prepare your mind for the event which will enable you to feel -
Calm and confident
Lower levels of anxiety
Focused on achieving a positive outcome
These skills and techniques have been used successfully for years to enable people to get the result they need and by professional sports people to create the winning edge.
"The glory of sport is born at the moment when the game and the person become one,
when all the complexity of one's life finds a moment to emerge in the game"
- Timothy Shriver, Ph.D
"Many of life's failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up"
- Thomas Edison
"Courage is not the absence of fear.
It is being afraid but being able to control that fear so you are able to perform at your highest ability. That's what makes a champion"
- Cory Lester
"With confidence, you have won even before you have started"
- Marcus Garvey
"Almost all of our limitations are self-imposed.
Those that are not can be overcome by cooperation with others whose strengths compliment our weakness"
- Bill Koch
If it was not for failure, we would not have succeeded"
- Lucas Hellmer
"Nerves provide me with energy.
They work for me. It's when I don't have them, when I feel at ease, that I get worried"
- Mike Nichols
"The greatest barrier to success is the fear of failure"
- Sven Goran Eriksson
"Doubt whom you will, but never doubt yourself"
- Christian Nestell Bovee
"Neither you nor the world knows what you can do until you have tried"
- Ralph Waldo Emerson