With the Olympics starting in Tokyo, it is the perfect time to discuss success and how to prepare psychologically with top performance psychologist Sam Bishop.
Sam is a Performance Psychologist, Executive Coach and Accredited Psychotherapist. Sam has a decade of experience working with elite performing athletes and business executives. His passion is working with people, Sam thrives in environments where he can facilitate self-growth and help individuals to identify and overcome their challenges. He helps people to fulfil their own potential.
In the incredible interview we discuss the power of mental preparation and a growth mindset in success. This applies not only to sports people; but also in business; the creative industry and life in general. There are MANY take aways and I recommend you download the transcription so you have a copy. The three top tips are:
1. Instead of having a win/lose attitude, think of winning or learning to develop resilience and more skill sets.
2. Know where you are going with your goals and vision. Where are you going and how are you going to get there.
3. Ensure that you give respect to that balance, make sure that you're feeling thinking and behaving your way to your performance, because ultimately, it needs to be balanced for you to be able to reach that place. Recognise when you are stressed or having negative thoughts and discover how to manage that.
Sam's website is www.SamBishopcoaching.com
He is on Linkedin as Sam Bishop Coaching and his instagram handle is @sambishopcoaching
If you would like a copy of the SuperStar Communicator Ten Top Tips grab it here.