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You and Your Phone at Night

We are a nation addicted to our smartphones. Simply telling people to turn their phones off is probably not going to overcome a cultural (and

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Growth Mindset: Stories and Science (part 3)

Most people in schools or in coaching are probably now familiar with Carol Dweck's Growth Mindset theory. The theory encourages people to view

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7 Ways to Overcome Procrastination

Psychologists have been trying to figure out the science behind procrastination for over 120 years. William James (often referred to as to the

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Growth Mindset Training

Growth mindset is arguably the most popular psychological theory in both education and sport at the moment. It makes intuitive sense; if you work

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7 Ways to Reduce the Fear of Failure

It is not failure that people fear. It is the perceived negative consequences that follow the failure that stresses them out. This fear can lead

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How to Help Students Raise Their Game

It’s almost the end of the school year. The summer holidays will fly be and students will be back at school before we know it. So what can we do

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Motivation - Part 3: Future Success

Our last two blogs asked if either rewards or fear are good motivators. Recently, author Daniel Pink stated that "carrot and sticks are so last

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What Motivates Someone? Part 2: Fear

What motivates someone to do well? This three part blog looks at the three different ways you could motivate someone: rewards, fear or personal

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What Motivates Someone? Part 1: Rewards

What motivates someone to do well? This three part blog looks at the three different ways you could motivate someone: rewards, fear or future

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Get The Crowd on Your Side

A supportive crowd can help athletes push on to bigger and better performances. Research shows that having family and friends watch can help

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