Welcome to The Curve Mindset Podcast, where we meet & discuss all things mindset with a variety of different guests - including athletes, coaches, psychologists, teachers, motivational speakers, business leaders & many more!
Debbie Sayers is the Club Secretary and Welfare Officer of Salisbury Rovers FC. When the club was founded, they were very open, honest & forthright with their three pledges.
Provide the best quality of environment
Allow kids to play with freedom
Develop the whole child
Although these may be things we all think we might do, Debbie & the team at Salisbury Rovers truly adopt a child-centred approach and I encourage you to check out the work they do on their website https://www.salisburyroversfc.co.uk/ - but I will highlight the 8th point on their club rules, which I think sums it up nicely.
'8. Kids' voices will always be louder than the adults. We are not concerned with adult needs or egos. It's their game, let them play!'
If you work in grassroots football or within a Junior Academy - you won't want to miss this!
Drew Povey is an influential leadership authority with a unique multi sector viewpoint on creating innovative and sustainable change. He has over twenty years’ experience working in elite level sport and education. Drew is also a published author with two books:
Educating Drew: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Educating-Drew-story-Harrop-School/dp/1911382322/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&qid=1593795694&refinements=p_27%3ADrew+Povey&s=books&sr=1-1
The Leadership Factor: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Leadership-Factor-Drew-Povey/dp/1912906082/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&qid=1593795694&refinements=p_27%3ADrew+Povey&s=books&sr=1-2
Drew discusses his career in education, leadership during Covid-19 & how we can best utilise his '7 Characteristics of Leadership' in our own settings.
Craig Joyce is the current 1st Team Manager at Glasgow Women FC & creator/host of the excellent 6,8, or 10 Podcast (https://open.spotify.com/show/6dtOjhWatInce8f5F1YUJC).
Craig has had numerous roles within the Scottish FA & is currently a FFIT Development Officer at the SPFL Trust (https://spfltrust.org.uk/projects/football-fans-in-training/)
Tim Rich is a sports journalist and author based in Manchester. He has covered five World Cup finals and was formerly the northern football correspondent of the Independent and the Daily Telegraph. Tim has written three football books & his latest work "A Quality of Madness: A Life of Marcelo Bielsa" is the first English biography of one of football's most contradictory characters.
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Jonas currently works at Nottingham Forest as an academy coach & began his journey back in Norway with Vålerenga, Oslo at 18 years old. At that young age he was given the responsibility as Head Coach with the U14 recruit team. Since then, Jonas has worked with boys and girls, from 5's to 19's boys and women's 1st team. His experiences in Norway, England and in the Faroe Islands have allowed him to work in grassroots and in professional environments in different cultures.
Damon is an English futsal coach with a UEFA A licence – studied for in Spain. He began his futsal coaching career at the tender age of 21 and has valuable experience over the last 15 years that has seen him coach in England, Spain, Malta and the Champions League before ending up in his current position as head coach of Perak FA in the Malaysia Premier Futsal League. Damon is owner of Futsal Camp UK, an annual Summer camp for children who want to learn English and play futsal. Finally, Damon is also an ambassador for the mental health charity, Suicide Awareness & Prevention UK founded by his sister, Danielle, after the death of their step-dad Bryan.
In today's podcast, Laurie spoke with Stephen Rice. Stephen is an ex-player who played for Bohemians, Shamrock Rovers & Longford Town in Ireland. Stephen is currently completing his UEFA Pro-licence, is a FAI Coach Education Tutor & he is now the head coach of Shamrock Rovers U19s.
In our latest podcast, Craig caught up with Steve Curnyn, Head of Academy Football Science and Medicine at Hibernian Football Club. Steve has had a fascinating journey and shares his knowledge and experience across the academy right through to the 1st Team.
In today's podcast Craig spoke with Graham Goulden. Graham is an experienced and committed leadership and violence prevention trainer. For thirty years he was a Scottish police officer and Chief Investigator specialising in criminal investigation, drug investigation, training and crime prevention. After his work in the Scottish Violence Reduction Unit, Graham was able to develop approaches and programmes that help create conditions where good people can do good things when faced with challenging situations.
Graham is a passionate advocate of the bystander approach to help develop personal and organisational leadership to help create safe and supportive learning environments, workplaces and performance teams.
To stay informed about these exciting opportunities, get in touch with Graham on Twitter @Graham_Goulden & visit his website https://grahamgoulden.com.
Stay tuned for Graham's full interview this Wednesday (20th of May)
Today, Craig was joined by Hibernian FC's first ever Sporting Director Graeme Mathie. Graeme had been Head of Player Identification & Recruitment at the club since August 2014. In today's episode we spoke about the future of academy football, talent ID, player pathways & the mindset required to break into the 1st team.
Today Laurie caught up with Keith Beaty. Keith is a UEFA A licence holder and current Academy Director of Queen City Mutinty FC. Keith also hosts a very successful podcast called KB Flow where you can hear some of his work below https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/kb-flow/id1477501010
In this week's pod, Craig catches up with Tom Kitchin. Tom is Scotland’s youngest Michelin starred chef proprietor, having achieved a star aged only 29, and has become a well-known face on television, having appeared on BBC’s Saturday Kitchen, UKTV Food’s Market Kitchen and in BBC2’s successful series, The Great British Menu.
Today Laurie is joined by UEFA A & UEFA Youth Licence coach John Wall. John is also CEO of GameInsight Soccer and co-written 'Rotations & Inter-Changes' with Hans Backe inspired by the work of Marcelo Bielsa.
The book is available on https://www.duktigbrand.com/collections/all
Matt Ward is the owner of 'Matt Ward Consulting' and the 'British Football Coaches Network'.
With his past experiences as a professional coach in two top tier leagues and two 2nd tier leagues, he is now supporting other coaches in giving their career a kick-start.
Follow Matt on Twitter @Coach_mattward. Check out his website https://www.mattwardconsulting.com/ and the Network for British Football Coaches both in the UK and abroad. Offering a platform to share, develop and grow, 80-100 jobs per month! @Britcoachesnet on Twitter britishfootballcoaches.com
Tony McMinn is a Box Soccer UK (Twitter @boxsocceruk)franchisee and schools programme developer. As well as this, Tony is also Scottish League One side, East Fife FC Assistant Manager.
Follow Tony on Twitter @antsmcminn
Alan Tonge is a former professional footballer, playing for Manchester United & Exeter City. He now lecturs in football and research as well as appearing on radio and running his own podcast "I Can't Explain".
Follow Alan on Twitter @Alan_Tonge and listen to his podcast below:
In today's podcast we sat down with (very recent!) Scottish League One winner, teacher, journalist and podcaster...Danny Denholm. Danny has played for Stirling University, Forfar, Livingston & has recently clinched promotion to the Scottish Championship with Arbroath.
We spoke about the highs and lows of being a part-time footballer, the legend that is Dick Campbell (THE Gaffer) and his step into the world of podcasting and journalism.
Follow Danny on Twitter @DannyDenholm to get the insiders guide to Scottish Lower League Football, check out @LLRamblings on Twitter, the website http://www.lowerleagueramblings.com and the podcast http://soundcloud.com/user-487955703
Simon Mundie is the host of the Don't Tell Me The Score podcast- 'using sport to explore life's bigger questions' - highly recommend giving the series a listen after this podcast!
He also presents sport on BBC Radio 1 and Radio 4, and on TV.
Follow him on Twitter @simonmundie.
Kieran is a Professional UEFA A coach with experience at Spanish, EPL & SPFL clubs. Kieran is the author of "Rondos- How to use Spain’s secret weapon" and is in the process of launching playpositionally.com, an online e-learning course, allowing coaches to learn and develop their knowledge and understanding of positional play.
Follow Kieran on Twitter @KieranSmith1
Our latest podcast with Eric Suter! Erica is soccer performance coach, freelance strength and conditioning writer, author of total youth soccer fitness.
Check out her website https://ericasuter.com/ and follow her across social media @fitsoccerqueen.
Interview with Simon Austin (Twitter - @sport_simon)Freelance Journalist and current Director of Training Ground Guru, the go-to destination for news and insights into the performance side of professional football. (Twitter - @ground_guru)
In today’s podcast we spoke to Sarah Lowdon. Sarah is the University of Florida Gators Soccer Manager. Sarah moved from Newcastle to the states and has achieved a lot of success over the pond. These include the USSF B licence and United Soccer Coaches 30 under 30 diploma.
Follow Sarah on Twitter @SarahLowdon
In today’s podcast we spoke to Gary Curneen. Gary is the assistant coach at Red star Chicago and the owner of Modern Soccer Coach. He holds a UEFA A licence and is considered one of the best coach educators in the business. Check out Gary's website - where you can check out all of his published works as well as links to his podcast at the link below.
Follow Gary on Twitter @GaryCurneen & @msceducation
In today’s podcast we spoke to Duncan Smillie. Duncan is the owner of the Glasgow Rocks basketball team. Duncan has lots of expertise managing corporate companies and provides his experiences in the business and sporting world.
In today’s podcast we spoke to Darryl Wood. Darryl is the head coach of the Glasgow Rocks Basketball team. Darryl has lots of experience working in the basketball as a development officer and as an assistant before coming head coach.
Follow Glasgow Rocks on Twitter @rocksglasgow
In today’s podcast we spoke to Jordan McCann. Jordan is the Head of Academy Coaching at Luton Town Football club. Jordan has worked through the ranks at Luton, starting as U14's coach, progressing to Lead Coach at the Youth Development Phase, before starting his new role in June 2016.
In today’s podcast we spoke to Chris Ramsey. Chris is the technical director and head of coaching at QPR. Previously, Chris worked as Head of Player Development with the Tottenham Hotspur F.C. Reserves and Academy. He has had experience working in the Premier League as manager of QPR. Chris is recognised as one of the best coach educators in the world, with many coaches having mentioned him as an influence in their development.
In today’s podcast we spoke to Donna Fishter.. Donna is considered an architect of team culture & player development and is a certified leadership specialist. Her passion is to build relationships and join the journey with coaches, providing an intentional focus on what she calls the intangible side of the game. She is often referred to as the “the Coach’s Coach”. Donna believes if you’re going to do something…do it big… and be ALL IN.
Visit http://www.donnafishter.com/ and follow Donna on Twitter @DonnaFishter
In today's podcast, we spoke to Gérard Jones. Gérard is an FA UEFA A & FA Advanced Youth Licensed Coach, with 13+ years experience in curriculum & Club development, player development & coach development, working in the UK, US, Italy, Norway & NZ. Gérard holds a Masters degree in Performance Coaching, is a Qualified Teacher & Published Author in Communication Psychology with his book titled: Let’s Talk Soccer - Using Game-Calls to Develop Communication and Decision-Making in Football https://amzn.to/2Kbdu7Z In addition, Gérard is also an Ambassador for world-digital coaching platform "The Coaching Manual" and actively contributes to articles on coaching including research and podcasts. Find Gérard on Twitter @gerard_jones and some of his work at https://www.thecoachingmanual.com/home and/or @CoachingManual
In today's podcast we spoke with Professor Damian Hughes. Damian is an international speaker and best selling author who combines his practical and academic background within sport, organisational development and change psychology, to help organisations and teams to create a high performing culture.
The Curve Mindset recommends checking out Damian's range of books, check the links below of some of his work.
The Winning Mindset - https://amzn.to/2lrMTZH
The Five Steps to a Winning Mindset - https://amzn.to/2th2iAi
Liquid Thinking: Inspirational Lessons From the World's Great Achievers - https://amzn.to/2K6HiWJ
Find out more about Professor Damian Hughes at www.liquidthinker.com and on Twitter @liquidthinker
In today's podcast we spoke to Dr. Matt Pain. Matt is a Sports Psychology consultant and has previously worked for the English FA as Psychology Manager. Matt believes in developing the 5 C's player (Commitment, Communication, Concentration, Control and Confidence).
Follow Dr Matt on Twitter @drmattpain
In today's podcast we speak to Euan McTear. Euan is a Scottish journalist, author of Eibar The Brave: The Extraordinary Rise of La Liga's Smallest Team, which was named among the Guardian's best sporting books of 2015. Euan has covered Spanish football for a number of publications, and has also worked as MARCA In English's Atletico Madrid correspondent, which put him in an excellent position to write his second book Hijacking La Liga: How Atletico Madrid Broke Barcelona and Real Madrid's Duopoly on Spanish Football, which looked at what went on behind the scenes as Atletico Madrid went from relegation to mid-table mediocrity and eventually threatening the dominance of Real Madrid and Barcelona.
https://amzn.to/2JxZ6Gz Hijacking Laliga: How Atletico Madrid Broke Barcelona and Real Madrid's Duopoly on Spanish Football
https://amzn.to/2y0HzW5 Eibar The Brave: The Extraordinary Rise of La Liga's Smallest Team
In today's podcast we speak to Manisha Tailor MBE. Manisha is the founder of Swaggarlicious and uses the power of football and education to engage with diverse community groups and organisations, including women and girls and adults with mental illness, hopefully leading to a healthy lifestyle and develop life-long learning skills. By profession Manisha is a qualified head-teacher, primary school trained with a Masters Degree, and more than 15 years of experience working in schools across the UK and Internationally. She is also only one of 19 Asian women (based on FA historical data over 20 years) to hold the prestigious UEFA B Licence in Football Coaching. Manisha is also a published author and you can find her book "Child in Mind - A teaching resource to help primary school children explore and develop an understanding of mental health and wellbeing" at the link below. https://amzn.to/2sMOSvz Find Manisha on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook @swaggarlicious_ and at swaggarlicious.com
In today's podcast we speak to Harry Watling. Harry is a 28 year old UEFA A licence coach who has worked in the professional game for 9 years.
Previously with Premier League giants Chelsea FC, Harry is now working at fellow London club Millwall with the clubs U15/16s. Harry is also a successful business owner, setting up his own soccer academy as well as Advance Player Development. APD is a technical individual training football centre and gives players the next stepping stone from grassroots football to professional academies.
Find more on APD at http://www.advanceplayerdevelopment.com/ and follow them on Twitter @APDfootball
In today's episode we speak to Dr. Fergus Connolly. Fergus is a premier thought leader in the arenas of team performance and winning in sports. Currently, he is the performance and operations director for the University of Michigan football programme but has also used his approach to winning as a performance consultant around the world for Liverpool FC, Blackburn Rovers FC, Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland Browns, New York Knicks, and other Premier League, Australian Rules and professional rugby teams—as well as elite military units. Fergus holds the accolade off being the only coach to have worked full-time in every major field sport in the world.
Find Fergus on Twitter @Fergus_Connolly and be sure to check out Fergus's book "In Game Changer The Art of Sports Science" on Amazon https://amzn.to/2JCbMvW where Fergus shows you how to improve performance with evidence-based analysis and athlete-focused training.
In today's podcast we speak to Mollie Hughes...
On Tuesday 16th May 2017, at 4:45am, in temperatures of minus 35°C, Mollie successfully reached the summit of Mount Everest from the North side.
However, this wasn't Mollie's first time standing on top of the world as she already had summited the South side of Everest back in 2012. Achieving this feat at the age of 26 made Mollie the youngest woman in the world and the first English woman to successfully summit from both the north and south sides of the world’s highest mountain.
In addition, Mollie is an highly experienced corporate and school motivational speaker. Mollie’s presentations are not only tailor made for her specific audience but are passionate, imaginative and inspirational.
Find out more about Mollie at http://molliehughes.co.uk or e-mail any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Plus follow Mollie on Twitter @MollieJHughes
In todays podcast we speak to Tony Elliot (@TEGK1 ) Tony is an Award Winning International Goalkeeping Coach who currently works across Six different formats of the game for the English FA.
Tony holds his UEFA GK 'A' License and will be a special guest at the National Goalkeepers Conference 2018. Stay tuned to the event on Twitter @NGKConference
Tony is a self-proclaimed Futsal GK aficionado and later this year will be hosting GK Icon (@gkicon) Futsal Launch With Paco Sedano
@pacosedano28 - FC Barcelona Futsal & Spain (Recently voted Best Goalkeeper in the World - UMBRO Futsal Awards 2017)
The event is on Saturday 30th June 2018 at the Jubilee Sports Centre University of Nottingham Sport.
Find out more on Twitter @UoNSport
In todays podcast we speak to Ross Ballantyne. Ross is a freelance Professional Goalkeeping coach who is currently the Lead of academy goalkeeping at Scottish Premier League Side Heart of Midlothian. Ross is also a Performance goalkeeping coach with the Scottish FA. On top of all that, Ross is the Owner of the Save Hands Goalkeeping Academy - check out his website below(https://www.savehandsgk.com/)
This weekend, Ross will be presenting at the National Goalkeepers Conference 2018. Stay tuned to the event on Twitter @NGKConference and follow Ross @rossb1981.
Fraser Reynolds is a Cricket Development Officer in Scotland. In his day to day role, Fraser works with a variety of children with different levels of ability and believes that to develop a positive mindset you must 'practice'. Furthermore, if you are able to master this you will be able to achieve those much sought after marginal gains.
Find Fraser on Twitter @FrasReynolds
In today's podcast we speak to Allistair McCaw.
Allistair is a world-renowned Sports Performance Consultant, Mindset Coach and Team Culture Builder. He has worked with numerous Teams, Colleges, Olympians, Paralympians, World Champion Athletes and Grand Slam Winners. An author and keynote speaker, Allistair consults to coaches, leaders, athletes, teams and college programs, where he teaches and implements the Champion Minded culture, mindset and approach. Allistair has his own podcast, "Champion Minded" which is available on iTunes and YouTube.
Find out about Allistair at allistairmccaw.com and on Twitter at @AllistairMcCaw
In today's podcast we speak with Scotland International Rugby player Rhona Lloyd.
Rhona has represented Scotland in both the sevens format and full international matches. Part of the BT Sport Scottish Rugby Academy, Rhona is also completing a degree in Biomedical Sciencies at the University of Ednburgh.
Her journey to international rugby hasn't been plain sailing and she shares with us how she overcame set-backs.
In today's podcast we speak to Willie McNab.
Willie is the International Soccer Academy Manager & Youth Academy Coach with Celtic FC. Willie began his coaching career at 16 through the Scottish FA’s coach education pathway and currently holds the Scottish FA Advanced Children’s Licence, Scottish FA Advanced Youth Licence and the UEFA A licence and has aspirations to pursue the UEFA pro licence.
In today's episode we spoke to Andrew Wiseman. Andrew is the Head of Sports Science and physical preparation at Celtic FC Women.
Andrew has a number of articles on the @FMA_latest published and his team won team of the year for the medical and science award in 2017.
Follow Andrew on Twitter @MrWiseyMan
Jamie Swinney is the Chief Executive of @StenhousemuirFC . Jamie was at Forth Valley Football Academy before making the move Stenny.
Jamie also coaches with @scottishfa at a Peformance School as well as local schools in the community.
Find Jamie on Twitter @JamieSwinney86
Hugo Langton is a professional manager who has worked as a 1st manager, assistant manager, Head coach and Head of Academy.
Hugo has a vast experience in football, where he has worked in the lower leagues and women’s football.
I have also completed his 'Scouting the Opposition' webinar which I highly recommend to all coaches.
In today's podcast we spoke to Edu Rubio. Edu is the under 23s/18s coach at MK Dons and is a UEFA Pro Licence holder.
Edu is very experienced youth football coach, with past clubs including Valencia and Chelsea. After working as the assistant manager at the Nike Academy, Edu began working with MK Dons in charge of the coaching programme from U7s up to U18s at the Academy. As senior PDP Coach, he is responsible for the players transition between the Academy and 1st Team.
Follow Edu on @CoachEduRubio
Andy Fleming is the Regional Development Officer for the West for @ScottishVolleyball.
Andy is an ex youth player for Scotland and ex Active Schools Co-ordinator. We discuss the importance of mindset and challenge and of coursed, discuss Team Scotland's Commonwealth Games beach volleyball debut!
Follow Andy on @RDOwest and @Team_Scotland for Scotland's progress. Use the hashtag #GC2018Volleyball to keep an eye on all things volleyball.
Lee Jones is a professional rugby player for the @GlasgowWarriors and also plays Rugby 7s for Scotland. Lee is off to the Gold Coast in Australia, representing Scotland in the Rugby Sevens. Also, keep a watchful eye out for Lee on @masterchefUK in the near future.
If you want to track Lee's progress, you'll find him on Twitter @LeeJones11 and keep track of Scotland's progress @Team_Scotland. Use the hashtag #GC2018RugbySevens to keep an eye on all things rugby!
Recorded during the beast from the east onslaught, in today's one hour long episode we chat to global Sports Psychologist Dan Abrahams.
Dan has worked with a vast array of different athletes across a wide range of sports. He is currently working with the England Rugby team as well as a Premier League Football club.
I first came across Dan's work in his brilliant book Soccer Tough, which we discuss in today's pod. His approach to Sports Psychology is one of a practical nature, as he provides many different performance philosophies and simple to use techniques to support players and athletes.
We discuss a soccer mindset, fear of failure, a psych-social model of coaching, the intentional training model, the impact of social media and much much more!
Follow Dan on Twitter at @DanAbrahams77 or visit his website for a free e-book and information on his published work at https://danabrahams.com/
In today's episode we speak to Camilla Henderson. Camilla is a sports performance psychology consultant & currently works with Bristol Rugby & Swindon Town Football Club.
We discuss sports psychology, public speaking and much much more!
Give Camilla a follow on Twitter @camillahendo and check out her website camillahenderson.co.uk for any sport psychology consultancy enquiries.
In this episode we speak to Paul McVeigh.
Paul is a former professional footballer whose career saw him play for Tottenham Hotspur & Norwich City as well as being capped at senior level for Northern Ireland.
Paul is now a leading keynote speaker, applying some of the lessons he learned during his career as a footballer into different industries and businesses. In addition to this, Paul currently supports the Crystal Palace Academy as a Performance Psychology Coach as well as being a published author.
His book 'The Stupid Footballer is Dead' is a truly excellent insight and in today's pod we discuss elements of his book as well as many more topics relating to mindset.
In this episode we caught up with Juan Miguel Bernat, the Sports Psychologist for Levante UD.
Juan Miguel has a wealth of experience working with professional footballers from Real Madrid, Villarreal CF as well as top athletes from basketball and tennis.
In this interview we discuss how to engage players in conversations about mindset, strategies and techniques.
Steven Sallis is a former academy footballer for Brighton and Hove Albion FC for 8 years. After that ended Steven embarked on a career in education which saw him short-listed for The National Teacher of the Year Award in 2008.
Steven has been an Assistant Headteacher of two large inner London Secondary Schools before becoming Head of Education & Player Welfare at Millwall FC. He was also a Senior Lecturer of Physical Education at the University of East London between 2009-12, and has lectured on topics such as "Leadership" at Universities across the UK.
Steven is now working with the England under 15 national Squad for the forthcoming season and has a fantastic website https://www.solutionsmindset.com/ where you can find out more information on what expertise Steven can deliver, whether you are an athlete, sports team, business or school.
Alternatively, you can follow Steven on Twitter @stevensallis @soccerdoctor_uk
In this interview we speak with Frank Dick OBE.
Frank is a leading motivational speaker and previously was the High Performance Director for SASCOC ( South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee) where consulted South Africa's top coaches and athletes at the 2016 Rio Olympics and Paralympics. The RSA achieved 10 medals with 2 Gold, 6 Silver & 2 bronze. Four of those medals were won in athletics, Franks area of expertise.
Recently, Frank took on the role of Strategic planning consultant with Eddie Jones and the England Rugby Leadership Team.
In this one hour special, we sit down with Athletic Evolution founder Rob Anderson. Rob is a Scottish Rugby strength & conditioning coach working in the Borders & East Lothian Academy. This is a fantastic insight from a coach with such a varied background in sport.
Also, Rob has a very special offer for his event coming up - Check it out at the link below:
Here it is our final instalment of the our interview with Murrayfield Wanderers Head Coach Bruce Aitchison.
Part 4 is a Rugby special. In part 1 Bruce gave us a very comprehensive summary of his rugby coaching career to date, but we couldn't leave it at just that.
Bruce began coaching at a young age and landed his first head coaching role at just 29. From then on he's had a plethora of different experiences and in this final part we discuss his successes, failures, regrets & & discuss the impact on his mindset.
If your currently coaching in ANY sport, you really won't want to miss this..
In the second part of our interview with Bruce Aitchison we delve into The Oor Wullie days, the birth of conditioned games, unstructured play, developing the performance playground and the importance of a teacher's mindset in the classroom.
In part one of this interview with current Head Coach of Murrayfield Wanderers, PE teacher and founder of Happiness is Egg Shaped Bruce Aitchison, we get his thoughts on growth and fixed mindset, the importance of trust between player/coach and coach/teacher and how to create a positive learning environment. We hope you enjoy and stay tuned for Part Two!