Learn the importance of internal experience and how changing your mental state will help you perform at your best.
Most of us think that success can only be achieved by winning. This is why we tend to focus on the outcome rather than the act itself. This results in distraction, negative perfectionism, and unnecessary stress.
Do you find yourself stressing about the outcome?
Whether we win or lose, success can be attached to overcoming challenges, surviving setbacks, and successfully managing our mindset. However, many athletes still continue to place a higher importance (and subsequent focus) on winning—only to keep engineering stressful experiences and strained performances.
When you start focusing your energy on the process of your activity, it not only makes the journey instantly more rewarding but paradoxically the outcome you previously desired is more likely to occur.
In this video, you will learn:
+ How to improve your personal performance by changing the way you think, feel, and act
+ How to become more focused in the critical moments of your game
+ The difference between implicit and explicit learning systems
+ 5 techniques on how to improve your focus and performance
Cameron Norsworthy is a coach, keynote and TEDx speaker, author, and founder and CEO of The Flow Centre. He’s also a tennis player and has coached numerous athletes and World Champions.
Fascinated by experience, optimal performance, and innovation, Cameron gives immersive talks to help you understand how to integrate optimal experiences into your sport.Show me how I can improve my performance