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Sport and Performance Coach


I help you use your mind to reach your full potential in life or sports.

1 to 1 Sport and Performance Coaching.
I guide you through an active internal process of investigating your attitudes, memories and beliefs to help you to release all negative patterns that may limit you from reaching your full potential.

The Tourism, Hospitality and Sports Education Training Authority (Theta) has embarked on a project to empower the lives of South
Africa's soccer players through Project Ithuseng Life Skills.

Sport and Performance Coach


I help you use your mind to reach your full potential in life or sports.

1 to 1 Sport and Performance Coaching.
I guide you through an active internal process of investigating your attitudes, memories and beliefs to help you to release all negative patterns that may limit you from reaching your full potential.

The Tourism, Hospitality and Sports Education Training Authority (Theta) has embarked on a project to empower the lives of South
Africa's soccer players through Project Ithuseng Life Skills.

Teamwork in Sports

"The strength of the team is each individual member... the strength of each member is the team!" (Phil Jackson, Coach, Chicago Bulls)

For a sports team to exist, you need a group of talented athletes, who work together to achieve a common goal of winning the match. There are 4 characteristics that individual members and the team as a whole needs in order to be successful. These can be described by the acronym:

                T - Trust
                E - Enthusiasm
                A - Ambition
                M - Motivation

Trust allows team members to depend on each other and good teamwork is based on trust. In team sports, the players need to depend on each other. When trust is lacking, the members play as individuals, weakening the whole team unit. Trust is built when team members get to know each other and their abilities and commitment. It grows as the team practice together until and developed team has an almost instinctive feel for one another. In an effective sports team there needs to be trust between team mates, trust between the coach and players and individual athletes need to trust themselves and their own abilities. If an athlete does not trust himself or his abilities it often expresses as fear of failure.

Enthusiasm is the glue that holds the team together. Most people participate in sport for the fun and enjoyment of the game. If the game is fun, you will be enthusiastic to train and play. The whole sports team needs to share an enthusiasm that is born out of the desire to be a member of the team. Each team member needs to have pride in the team as this creates social cohesion.

Ambition gives the team direction. The individual team members and the team as a whole needs to have ambition to achieve the goal of winning ethically. When a team is united in their pursuit of a common goal or ambition they have good task cohesion. Every member needs to know the team's goals and ambitions and be committed to achieving them. Individuals need ambition to attend training sessions and focus on improving their skills to the benefit of both themselves and the team. Most players have a goal of being recognised as an outstanding player. In order to be recognised, they have to play well over a series of matches. The overall goal of the individual player is therefore determined by performance of the team in matches and in that way the goals of each individual player integrates with the goal of the team.

Motivation is what drives the team to achieve. Individual players need good motivation before they can perform to their potential. Motivation comes from having a challenge that the player believes he is able of achieving. Teams are also challenged when they believe that they are capable of winning the match. Even the under dog can, on occasion beat the overwhelming favourite. In fact, the favourite can under-perform because the players "go through the motions" without motivation, while the underdog is challenged and motivated to achieve. When all the team members believe that the team can overcome the obstacles in the path to achieving the goal, we say the team has good group efficacy.

A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle.


Ethics in Sports

In the highly competitive sports environment we hear more and more about unethical behaviour. Sport can have a huge impact on people's lives, creating unity, promoting values and products and community pride. Everyone who participates in sport, athletes, administrators, officials, coaches and supporters, should take personal responsibility for ensuring that the sport is fun and fair for all.

Morals, values and ethics are more than just sayings, rules or laws. They imply a duty or actions that you should take. But they also imply that taking these actions is "right" or "good". Not performing in that way is "wrong" or "bad".

One of the problems of upholding morals and values in sport is that the morals and values of one participant may differ from that of another. It is therefore an obligation of coaches, captains and leaders to define basic sports morals and values that they want their teams to adhere to, and then lead by example.

The most important values in sports ethics are:

                Fairness
                Integrity
                Respect
                Equity

How you feel about others also determines your moral sense. If you value others highly you will be considerate and play with compassion and moral sense. You will consider the effect your actions will have on others and the fun of the game and all it's participants, and will want to do what is right and good. On the other hand, if you feel that opponents are against you, you may lack empathy for their feelings. You will not recognise their value and worth and may not feel compassion for their welfare. Some personality types, especially the defunct, may be empathy challenged, and they may have no or limited capacity for empathy and may be more inclined to play unethically.

Fortunately, human nature is basically good and most people will not try to win the point at the expense of harming or disabling another player.

Here are some basic tenants to follow when playing ethically:

Glory can not be owned.
You can only taste it for a while, then it is someone else's turn.

Appreciate the curve balls that sport sends you. Don't give up after a bad game or season.

Treat all curve balls as opportunities to improve and grow.

Stay positive and have positive self-talk. Don't beat yourself up about every little mistake.

Success in sport can not ensure happiness.
Too many athletes assume their success will serve as the foundation for their self-respect rather than their self-respect serving as the foundation for their success.

Opponents are not evil.
Successful athletes don't waste time and effort attacking another or trying to prove they're better.

They don't have enemies and they respect the competition.

Lay down your weapons and play in peace.



Ethics in sport is important. It forms a basis for moral behavior in life and communities. You may not be able to win every time, but the way you and your team handle defeat will either gain your respect from other people or will do damage to other people.

Teamwork in Sports

"The strength of the team is each individual member... the strength of each member is the team!" (Phil Jackson, Coach, Chicago Bulls)

For a sports team to exist, you need a group of talented athletes, who work together to achieve a common goal of winning the match. There are 4 characteristics that individual members and the team as a whole needs in order to be successful. These can be described by the acronym:

                T - Trust
                E - Enthusiasm
                A - Ambition
                M - Motivation

Trust allows team members to depend on each other and good teamwork is based on trust. In team sports, the players need to depend on each other. When trust is lacking, the members play as individuals, weakening the whole team unit. Trust is built when team members get to know each other and their abilities and commitment. It grows as the team practice together until and developed team has an almost instinctive feel for one another. In an effective sports team there needs to be trust between team mates, trust between the coach and players and individual athletes need to trust themselves and their own abilities. If an athlete does not trust himself or his abilities it often expresses as fear of failure.

Enthusiasm is the glue that holds the team together. Most people participate in sport for the fun and enjoyment of the game. If the game is fun, you will be enthusiastic to train and play. The whole sports team needs to share an enthusiasm that is born out of the desire to be a member of the team. Each team member needs to have pride in the team as this creates social cohesion.

Ambition gives the team direction. The individual team members and the team as a whole needs to have ambition to achieve the goal of winning ethically. When a team is united in their pursuit of a common goal or ambition they have good task cohesion. Every member needs to know the team's goals and ambitions and be committed to achieving them. Individuals need ambition to attend training sessions and focus on improving their skills to the benefit of both themselves and the team. Most players have a goal of being recognised as an outstanding player. In order to be recognised, they have to play well over a series of matches. The overall goal of the individual player is therefore determined by performance of the team in matches and in that way the goals of each individual player integrates with the goal of the team.

Motivation is what drives the team to achieve. Individual players need good motivation before they can perform to their potential. Motivation comes from having a challenge that the player believes he is able of achieving. Teams are also challenged when they believe that they are capable of winning the match. Even the under dog can, on occasion beat the overwhelming favourite. In fact, the favourite can under-perform because the players "go through the motions" without motivation, while the underdog is challenged and motivated to achieve. When all the team members believe that the team can overcome the obstacles in the path to achieving the goal, we say the team has good group efficacy.

A single arrow is easily broken, but not ten in a bundle.


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Ethics in Sports

In the highly competitive sports environment we hear more and more about unethical behaviour. Sport can have a huge impact on people's lives, creating unity, promoting values and products and community pride. Everyone who participates in sport, athletes, administrators, officials, coaches and supporters, should take personal responsibility for ensuring that the sport is fun and fair for all.

Morals, values and ethics are more than just sayings, rules or laws. They imply a duty or actions that you should take. But they also imply that taking these actions is "right" or "good". Not performing in that way is "wrong" or "bad".

One of the problems of upholding morals and values in sport is that the morals and values of one participant may differ from that of another. It is therefore an obligation of coaches, captains and leaders to define basic sports morals and values that they want their teams to adhere to, and then lead by example.

The most important values in sports ethics are:

                Fairness
                Integrity
                Respect
                Equity

How you feel about others also determines your moral sense. If you value others highly you will be considerate and play with compassion and moral sense. You will consider the effect your actions will have on others and the fun of the game and all it's participants, and will want to do what is right and good. On the other hand, if you feel that opponents are against you, you may lack empathy for their feelings. You will not recognise their value and worth and may not feel compassion for their welfare. Some personality types, especially the defunct, may be empathy challenged, and they may have no or limited capacity for empathy and may be more inclined to play unethically.

Fortunately, human nature is basically good and most people will not try to win the point at the expense of harming or disabling another player.

Here are some basic tenants to follow when playing ethically:

Glory can not be owned.
You can only taste it for a while, then it is someone else's turn.

Appreciate the curve balls that sport sends you. Don't give up after a bad game or season.

Treat all curve balls as opportunities to improve and grow.

Stay positive and have positive self-talk. Don't beat yourself up about every little mistake.

Success in sport can not ensure happiness.
Too many athletes assume their success will serve as the foundation for their self-respect rather than their self-respect serving as the foundation for their success.

Opponents are not evil.
Successful athletes don't waste time and effort attacking another or trying to prove they're better.

They don't have enemies and they respect the competition.

Lay down your weapons and play in peace.



Ethics in sport is important. It forms a basis for moral behavior in life and communities. You may not be able to win every time, but the way you and your team handle defeat will either gain your respect from other people or will do damage to other people.

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