Set-backs and mistakes are inevitable. Indeed some would argue that they are essential to maximising your potential. Learning to adopt a growth mindset across different domains will help you to make the most of these opportunities…
Excellence is a long road of many contradictions. Dreaming the big dream but holding it gently. The most courageous people show they are vulnerable. We’ll help you see that failure may not be an option but when it happens it is an opportunity
Coping With Pressure
One person’s pressure situation is another person’s exciting challenge. We aim to help you understand what causes you stress and then develop a mindset together with strategies for harnessing the pressure to drive performance
Glass half full or half empty, optimism can be grown. That may be by challenging limiting beliefs, looking at different perspectives or visualising and stepping into your best possible self. There will be plenty to celebrate and look forward to.
How We Work
Every coaching relationship is unique, focused on the needs of the athlete, but here are three approaches that suit most situations.
The Mindset Hub is a social enterprise and can be flexible on approach and cost to benefit as many athletes as possible.
One - Off
We welcome young athletes who come for one-off or short term help, looking to improve a particular aspect of their mindset, say confidence, focus or resilience. Our aim is to help you progress, excited about what you can achieve.
We regularly help athletes prepare for one specific event, say a competition or trial. We focus on the areas that will help the athlete approach the event with the best possible mindset, typically over 4 coaching calls.
Each year we take on a limited number of athletes for a twelve month commitment. We establish a range of aims and ambitions focused on the challenges that lie ahead. Flexibility is the key and we will adapt the programme to suit the athlete.
Ruby was worried about her trials for a leading netball academy squad. Last time it hadn’t gone well.
Time was short but we helped Ruby to reconnect with how she feels at her best – outgoing, friendly, energised - a player that team mates and coaches want in their side.
Ruby also planned how she would respond to difficulties on the day. At the end of the session she felt ready.
“I was selected for the academy! I’m so grateful for all your advice and encouragement. It really changed my approach to the trials”