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August 9, 2018

Andrew Wilson is a researcher from Leeds Beckett University in the UK who co writes about ecological psychology in a fascinating blog 'Notes from two scientific psychologists' 

In this fascinating and insightful conversation Andrew and I explore various aspects of Ecological Psychology and try to apply them to real world problems in coaching. We ex...

May 4, 2017

If there is one thing that I wish someone had told me in the early days of my coaching career it is the title of this blog.

'What is a Koan?' you ask....

Kōan

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A kōan (公案?) (/ˈkoʊ.ɑːn/; Chinese: 公案; pinyin: gōng'àn; Korean: 공안 kong'an; Vietnamese: công án) is a story, dialogue, question, or statement, which is used in Z...

June 26, 2016

In my previous post I explained how I experimented with constraints to see if I could help my son to develop his ability to hit a cricket ball to different areas and develop some different shots. 

In this post I wanted to share how I tried something similar with my 4 year old daughter Isla...with surprising results. 

My daughter is 3.5 years yo...

This week I am featuring a guest blogger in the shape of the genuinely awesome Bob Wood. Bob is a physical development specialist who can be found ranting about the world of sport and in particular how people move on his website http://www.physical-solutions.co.uk. I would highly recommend this super sarcastic and hilarious poke at the sports shoe worl...

January 19, 2016

Every now and again I come across something that captivates me and leaves me wanting to know more...

 

I was first introduced to Complexity Theory and the work of Professor Dave Snowden by Al Smith at www.myfastestmile.com when we were delivering a seminar together in South Africa. At the time I remember that Al had a group of coaches wrestling with the...

December 12, 2015

In a previous post I talked about implicit learning...can you remember what that is? Yes! Great what a diligent type you are! 

 

Let me just check...I have a couple of questions...

 

Q. In the post, how do I define implicit learning? 

 

No, no...don't just read on...stop, think, can you remember? Resist the temptation to click on the link above. Really...

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