Feb 23, 2018
It is without doubt the most incredible statistic in the whole of sport.
Don Bradman the great Australian batsman finished his test career with a batting average of 99.94.
The next best in the whole history of the game is the current Australian captain Steve Smith at around 63.
Anyone who averages 50 or more is in a very exclusive club and yet Bradman was almost DOUBLE that.
Why was Bradman so very good?
What was his secret?
What is the significance?
How does it apply to you?
It is a little known fact but Don Bradman had a practice routine that almost NOBODY talks about but was for me a significant factor in his development into a true sporting legend.
Legend is a very much overused word in the modern world but not in Bradman’s case.
What Bradman was actually doing was making a PART of his practice more difficult than the game.
He was actively shaping his perception so that when he came to play the game itself it would seem to be EASIER.
This is the opposite of what most people do.
During this session we will discuss
Skill development and how you can apply the Bradman principle to transform your game
How if you keep practicing easy the game will always be difficult
How to be able to challenge yourself so you feel your time is really well spent
The game of 10 Chance
How a simple concept can be applied to virtually ANY form of practice
How our own sense of competitiveness can be harnessed in the correct way
How the most effective feedback is vital to track your game and progress
How you can apply the ‘Bradman’ principle in other areas of your life
Fitness training, building a business, speaking in public the key concept will STILL apply
Learn to push yourself in the right way to grow and develop
Stress gets a bad name but it is actually ESSENTIAL in the right form, learn how this applies to YOU
Simple concepts with profound application
For the 1 to 1 Skype programme with Karl Morris visit www.themindfactor.com for details