Mar 19, 2020
We are living through some really challenging times at the moment.
We are in unchartered territory.
Life may well never be quite the same again.
At times like this the value of a MENTOR could prove enormous.
Today we have with us Performance Coach Ian Peek to discuss some truly fascinating areas.
Why elite amateur players can often fail as professionals
The support network and how vital this is
The need to look at the WHOLE picture and not just the golf swing in isolation
How a mentor can REALLY make a difference
How those around us have such a tremendous influence on u
The secret ingredients of How to get better as a coach
The need to get very clear on your WHY
For players why course time is so important
The role of the coach on the GOLF COURSE
Ian Peek’s vocation is that of supporting his clients in reaching their professional goals and assisting with their personal well-being. He achieves this by helping his clients develop a fuller understanding of their own ‘life-jigsaw’ and how that life-jigsaw impacts upon their business life and down-time.
Having begun his career as PGA professional, Ian’s passion for people and achievement led him to establish his transition & performance coaching services in 2016.
As well as being a coach, parent and husband, Ian is also a 3rd year PhD student at the University of Birmingham, England. His PhD research focuses on the varying social and psychological influences behind successful PGA European Tour golfers.
Ian can be contacted at the following
Ian Peek MSc.,MPGA
Email : email@example.com
Do you want to use the time you have and become a CERTIFIED Mind Factor coach?
In your own time and at your own pace?