Results Or People – Which is More Important?

Denise Holland Innate Health, Mental Health, The human condition, Well-being Leave a Comment

In November 2016, I attended the Leaders Sport Performance Summit at the Emirates Stadium, London UK. It was a great event, professionally organized and managed with world-class speakers. It was fantastic to hear from Michael Owen, how his career was plagued with hamstring injuries and limitations and the effect this had on him both physically and psychologically. As the first …

Denise HollandResults Or People – Which is More Important?

The TRUTH behind Mental Health and Performance in Sport

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Knowing WHO and WHAT you are as a Human being, will improve your experience of life! When we hear about mental health these days, we often think about performers with poor psychological functioning and behaviours, which are troublesome or destructive to self and others. In this article I’d like to suggest an entirely different perspective on mental health: What if, …

Denise HollandThe TRUTH behind Mental Health and Performance in Sport

How is this work different from traditional Sport Psychology!

Denise Holland Clarity of Mind, Human Performance - Spiritual, Innate Health, The Zone 2 Comments

……..because it speaks to a TRUTH which is the same for everyone, NO Exceptions!’ The question I’m frequently asked by Performance Directors, Coaches, Managers and Athletes is, ‘what’s the difference between your work and traditional Sport Psychology’? It’s a great question and I’m inspired to share my answer with you, as best I can!!!! To be clear, I’m not a …

Denise HollandHow is this work different from traditional Sport Psychology!

The Ryder Cup – Spot the Difference?

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WOW, did you watch the Ryder Cup? What a ‘feeling’ to the European Ryder Cup Team! It was simply brilliant to see this display of human potential; clarity, connection, spirit, innate confidence, resilience, synergy, love and unity. The level and quality of their performance was outstanding – your capacity to perform skills irrespective of your thinking, i.e. perform even when …

Denise HollandThe Ryder Cup – Spot the Difference?