Top 3 Reasons To Develop Internal Motivation
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Dr. Michelle Cleere
1y ago
Here I talk about why it is critically important for you to define your “why” for your goals in business, music, sports, or anything you do! Why are you doing it? If it’s for others that is the wrong reason. View for more ..read more
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The Biggest Thing I Learned From Making Mistakes
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Dr. Michelle Cleere
1y ago
Ha! When I talk with clients about mistakes, one of the first things I say is this: I make many of them, daily! It probably depends on how you define ‘mistake’ but at any given moment, I have a choice to make and with all of those decisions there are several different directions I could ..read more
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3 Tips For Being A Better Communicator
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Dr. Michelle Cleere
1y ago
As a business leader do you struggle when communicating with employees? I’ve been there! This week I share three habits that are key when managing your team ..read more
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My Favorite Breathing Techniques
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Dr. Michelle Cleere
1y ago
Throughout the day we breathe. It’s how we sustain life. Breathing is typically an unconscious process but did you know that conscious deep breathing can be helpful in so many ways? It’s a small action that can make a big impact on stress, nerves, and focus. Conscious deep breathing You have many options when consciously ..read more
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3 Essential Skills in Dealing with Difficult Employees
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Dr. Michelle Cleere
1y ago
When I worked in the corporate world and began leading and managing people, I realized I was terrible at it! Because I was good at my job, I would advance but I had no idea how to deal with employees. Initially, I seemed to go from one extreme to the other. It was a hot ..read more
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Beating The Fear, Building Your Confidence
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Dr. Michelle Cleere
2y ago
Everything that gets in the way of our confidence is fear-based…anxiety, nerves, doubt, and stress. And that fear gets in the way of our confidence. So if you can beat the fear in a different way and learn the 4 pillars that help build your confidence, you’re going to optimize your performance. Here’s your chance ..read more
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Becoming an Effective Leader
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Dr. Michelle Cleere
2y ago
There are different types of leaders including those within companies, families, schools, and athletics. Some naturally step into the role through growth in a company, life experience, or industry expertise. But sometimes the leap to leader is more spontaneous where you suddenly find yourself in the role but not feeling fully prepared or equipped. This ..read more
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One Mistake Leads to Another
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Geraldine Convento
2y ago
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BEING PASSIONATE ABOUT WORK
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Dr. Michelle Cleere
2y ago
I once had a friend tell me that I shouldn’t turn my hobby, my passion into my work. She went on to say that it would ruin the love and enjoyment I got from it. She also said that work is work. It’s not meant to be fun or enjoyable. It’s a means to an ..read more
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Why Mistakes are Critically Important
Dr. Michelle Cleere | Performance and sport psychology coach
by Dr. Michelle Cleere
2y ago
Something I help work through with every client is dealing with mistakes. When we make a mistake, we beat ourselves up and carry it with us for days! Why? It’s because we feel we should do things perfectly, especially when training. We strive for perfection to meet others’ expectations of us and to keep control ..read more
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