// Tag: Self Awareness

Doping in sport: Meldonium

Posted 3 years ago Sarah Griffiths 4 minute read comments

One of the most discussed topics in sport at present is the doping scandal and corruption that has taken place widespread across athletics, resulting […]


Self-regulation – a cognitive skill to monitor progress?

Posted 4 years ago Mark Keep 3 minute read comment

Self-regulation – a cognitive skill to monitor progress? According to Richards (2011), “self-regulation refers to the process in which individuals monitor, manage, and control […]


Emotional Intelligence: Role in Coaching

Posted 4 years ago Lauren Onojaife 1 minute read comments

Coaching is far more than just teaching sports skills to individuals and teams. It is also about inspiring, giving confidence and motivating others by […]


Enhancing Self-Awareness – Maintaining a Psychological Mind Balance

Posted 4 years ago Gobinder Gill 1 minute read comment

Psychology is undoubtably a fascinating area that has many characteristics which can enpower people in both thought and emotion. Examples of extreme psychology can […]


Self Awareness in Organizations

Posted 5 years ago Kyle McDonald 2 minute read comments

During the month of February I had a great opportunity to sit down with the hockey coaches from Athol Murray College of Notre Dame […]


Positive self-talk versus acceptance self-talk

Posted 5 years ago Sophie Walton 4 minute read comments

Internal dialogue or self-talk, as it is most commonly referred to in sport psychology, is an occurrence nearly every athlete experiences. Although positive self-talk […]


Psychological benefits of a warm-up

Posted 6 years ago Helen Waters 2 minute read comment

‘We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit’ – Aristotle Novices and experts alike are all, or […]


The importance of awareness

Posted 6 years ago David Harrison 3 minute read comments

For me awareness is one of the essential ingredients of developing belief.  Awareness has been highlighted by many as a key indicator of success […]


‘So What’s Next?’ – Life After Professional Sport

Posted 6 years ago BelievePerform 3 minute read comment

Retirement – the reality! For many years, sport psychologists have referred to retirement from sport as a ‘transition’. However, Nesti and Littlewood (2010) argue […]


Self awareness

Posted 6 years ago Kyle McDonald 2 minute read comments

High performance athletes spend a crucial amount of time into skill development, physical conditioning, and nutrition. However at the high performance stage there is […]


Demonstrating the power of coach suggestion, feedback and self-talk

Posted 6 years ago Ray Power 1 minute read comments

This is an extraordinary exercise to show fellow coaches and your players the power of mindset and positive thinking. I won’t claim it as […]


Increasing internal self-awareness to improve performance

Posted 6 years ago Thomas Buck 2 minute read comments

Creating and developing an internal self-awareness within athletes is, for me, the most important job a sport psychologist has within applied work, and is […]

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