Episode 88: Insights on Living Your Best Life from an Olympic Performance Psychologist
We know that world-class performers get the privilege of working with world-class psychologists.
These psychologists work alongside them to support them to be at their best and achieve world-class success.
Ever wondered what these people learn from their performance psychologists?
Well, you’re in for a treat! My guest in this episode is Katie Warriner.
Katie is one of my favourite people in this world.
I’m lucky to call her a friend and colleague.
Katie Warriner is a world-class Performance Psychologist working behind the scenes and on the big stage with some of the world’s best athletes, leaders and organisations.
From the sports field to the boardroom, the helicopter pad to the operating theatre, Katie helps people train the mindset skills and practices essential to thriving under pressure. Her clients include CEOs, Olympic Champions, educational leaders and world-record holders.
So she knows a thing or two about success and living your best life. In this episode, she shares her world-class insights with us, including:
- How her painful experience as a junior elite gymnast for Great Britain led her to becoming an Olympic Sports Psychologist
- How she helps people redefine success and embrace it fully to live their best lives
- How she applies her world-class performance psychology as a mother to herself and her daughter
- The rituals and practices she lives by to help her live her best life in her career, life and motherhood
This episode is jam-packed with so much wisdom – give yourself the gift of listening to Katie. I promise you that you won’t be disappointed.
Links in this episode:
Marcus Rashford book – How To Be The Best You Can Be
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