A significant challenge in the field of applied sport psychology is taking things that are intangible and making them as tangible as possible. Perhaps the best example of this challenge is confidence -- universally accepted as one of the primary drivers of performance, but difficult to define, measure, and improve.
Is confidence a feeling? A skill? Is it a choice? Or is it possible that it’s the byproduct of feelings, skills, and choices, complicated and multi-layered?
While I can’t give a definitive answer to these questions, I can offer some perspective and practical tips for those who are seeking their next level of performance.Read More