Get inspiration from anywhere

How often could you do with an injection of inspiration? How often do you actually get some much needed inspiration right at the right time? An Inspiration Radar We’ve heard Chris Bartley, one of the members of the GB Rowing Team we support, talk about getting inspiration from anywhere and…
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Achieving more than you thought possible

Dom Boon is People Director for Virgin Media. As a customer we’ve worked with him on high performance principles and he’s done an extraordinary job in applying them to another area of his life – swimming. This blog tells the story of his serious accomplishment in 2016. Becoming one of…
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Obama cements his legacy

President Barack Obama last week gave his final State of the Union speech to Congress. An opportunity for the US president to lay out his vision for the future, Obama’s vision this time round was consolidation. Cue a great deal of criticism from press and opponents alike. It was described…
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Standing Up at Work

For a few years now the positive benefits of stand-up desks have been in the news and now Malcolm Turnbull the Australian Prime Minister is adopting the idea. If you’re into thinking performance, then we think it’s worth examining whether 2016 should be your year of stand-up performance. Helping Performance…
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2015 – Sophie’s high performance insights

It’s the time of year for looking back and planning ahead. In that spirit, we asked Sophie Radcliffe, our athlete ambassador to share her insights and learning from what has been a landmark year of challenge and achievement in the following post: 2015 has been an incredible year for me…
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Eating right

How does Santa keep it up for 24 hours non stop on Christmas day? We reckon he loves his oats for breakfast to help him keep going! He’s old, and overweight, but maybe he’s eating right and has got his nutrition spot on for his big day. Most people reading…
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Owning your own goals!

There’s been a critical Paris climate change summit taking place with a key difference to previous ones which fascinates us. We hear a number of observers excited about a major and material change to the process of agreeing targets. And crucially it impacts on motivation… Target monkeys In previous summits,…
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Andy Murray wins the Davis Cup

In case you’d missed it, Great Britain won the Davis Cup for the first time in 79 years last weekend. And the standout star of the show – without doubt – has been Andy Murray. Murray was unbeaten through the 4 rounds of the Davis Cup, winning all 8 of…
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A winning recipe with 29% more!

Good news last week for Olympic sport with the announcement that there’d be a 29% increase in funding to UK Sport over the next Olympic cycle. The funding won’t make a material difference to the final 245 days left in the build-up to the Rio Olympics, but it will be…
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Race The World – Reflections from Sophie Radcliffe

Race The World is a coast to coast cycling race from LA to Miami. Starting on 1st November 2015, two teams covered thousands of kilometres over 14 days and travelling through seven states. A journey unfolded which lay witness to the transformation of sixteen individuals into close-knit, high performing teams.…
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