Week 2. Lara continues her journey into Peak Performance with Sports Psychologist Michael Inglis and learns that a thought is not necessarily a fact.
These are just some of the ways our very smart technology may be shaping the way our brains work.
We asked a few people what self-compassion looks like to them. Although their answers differed dramatically, each shared one key aspect
Fortunately there are ways to navigate changes so that you can not only get through them, but emerge the other side stronger than before.
We’ve all heard stories of people who not only withstand stressful or traumatic events, but who also emerge stronger in spirit and mind. Have you ever wondered how they do it?
Whether you’re playing for your local netball team or consider yourself a semi-professional, there are always ways to improve performance.
Why is it so hard to forgive ourselves? We hold onto our mistakes, we hold them over our heads as reminders of our imperfections and as proof of our inadequacies.
There have been many notable people who have overcome huge life changes and have emerged stronger and more successful than before.
Coaching Psychologist Dr Melissa Marot explains how to reorientate ourselves metaphorically and psychologically so we are looking toward what comes next.
Did you know that we have an estimated 86 billion neurons in our brain? It can give us superpowers if we use it in the right way.