I coach people in high-performance domains where split second decisions can make or break a career.
For many years I worked with professional athletes to develop the mental toughness and resilience to win championships and gold medals. But it was these same performance psychology techniques that actually helped me to master my own mindset and beat an eating disorder and depression.
I used to hold myself to extremely high standards but was so depleted mentally and physically when I hit my goals that I couldn’t enjoy the results. My own mind was working against me.
It wasn’t until I discovered sport psychology, went to therapy and was forced to give up on some big dreams through burnout that I finally conquered my mindset. I also realised that peak performance isn’t enough.
I wanted to achieve big things, on my terms, and actually have fun doing it. So I designed a lifestyle that gives me total autonomy and now my mindset is the best asset in my portfolio.
This freedom is yours for the taking too. You don’t need to suffer your way to trading success. You can achieve your most ambitious goals and live life on your terms while actually enjoying the journey.