62 episodes

Demystifying Mental Toughness is for people who want to reach their goals faster and are curious what high performing athletes and professionals do to fulfil their potential. David Charlton shares insights, strategies and stories from leading athletes, coaches, psychologists and specialists to help you perform to your optimum level on a more consistent basis. If you’re a motivated athlete, coach, sport psychologist, mental game coach or executive listen in for proven and practical advice in this podcast.

Demystifying Mental Toughness David Charlton

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Demystifying Mental Toughness is for people who want to reach their goals faster and are curious what high performing athletes and professionals do to fulfil their potential. David Charlton shares insights, strategies and stories from leading athletes, coaches, psychologists and specialists to help you perform to your optimum level on a more consistent basis. If you’re a motivated athlete, coach, sport psychologist, mental game coach or executive listen in for proven and practical advice in this podcast.

    Why You Should Build Your Mental Toughness

    Why You Should Build Your Mental Toughness

    In this episode, I chat with a Mental Toughness expert, Paul Lyons where we discuss what mental toughness is and the crossovers that exist from the sport and exercise domain that transfer into the business world. Paul goes on to share how he supports leaders, business owners, and entrepreneurs to build the mental strength needed for their chosen fields. Enjoy tuning in! Join our growing online community

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    • 33 min
    Encouraging Mentally Healthy Environments

    Encouraging Mentally Healthy Environments

    In this episode, I chat with Kieron Brady about how the culture in professional football back in the 90s de-individualized players. David Jueno tells me about being bullied, living with ADHD, cocaine abuse, and going on to lose everything. Lastly, Dave Algeo tells you about what organizations can do to promote more mentally healthy cultures and environments. Enjoy tuning in! Join our growing online community

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    • 40 min
    What does Success Mean to You?

    What does Success Mean to You?

    In this episode, Robbie Thompson discusses keeping in shape, losing weight, and key principles. Penny Mallory describes the immense commitment levels required in becoming the first and only female professional world championship rally driver. Additionally, Olympian Aly Dixon shares her wisdom in running at an elite level, winning the world championship, and breaking the world record for 50km. Join our growing online community

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    • 34 min
    Are You Your Biggest Enemy on The Golf Course?

    Are You Your Biggest Enemy on The Golf Course?

    For those golfers who do want to learn more about this area and the aspect of emotional control. This episode is set up perfectly for you where 3 experts, Karl Morris, Alessia Bruno, and Andy Paisley share some ideas on how you can stay present, why it is so important, what happens in the brain when you are unable to, and how to overcome performance anxiety or the yips. Enjoy tuning in! Join our growing online community

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    • 47 min
    How to Cultivate Mental Toughness and a Growth Mindset in Rugby

    How to Cultivate Mental Toughness and a Growth Mindset in Rugby

    In this episode, former international rugby players Toby Flood, Steve Hackney and Lome Faatau share with you how they have cultivated a growth mindset. We also touch on different areas of mental toughness too. We look at focusing on the process and making things happen, embracing pressure situations, working hard to overcome setbacks, learning from the success of other people, and much more. Enjoy tuning in! Join our growing online community

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    • 37 min
    How Committed Are You?

    How Committed Are You?

    In this episode, Steve Judge discusses fighting back after a serious car crash, where he demonstrated immense commitment levels. Paul Smith too, in his quest to keep a run streak going, tells you about running for over 5000 days in a row. Whereas on the flip side, Nick Grantham tells us about rest and recovery and why they are hugely important. Enjoy tuning in! Join our growing online community

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    • 43 min

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