Why the Kamloops Blazers Work with this Mental Consultant
Winners who recognize the importance of their mental game work to reduce stress and self-doubt, have the ability to deal with conflict, upgrade their strategic mental skills, and become more powerful leaders, coaches, and effective players.
Don Moores, President of the Blazers, said, "The key to success in the game and developing true confidence in yourself, your staff, and your players is by providing the expertise, insight, tools and strategies to upgrade internal performances for great external results. This is why we choose to partner with Isabelle Hamptonstone.
Isabelle has a track record of getting specific, evidenced, and measured results. She is an expert Mental Performance Consultant who has vast experience in working with NHL and WHL Players, Olympic Athletes, and Leaders in Business.
She is the Award-Winning Author of the #1 International Best-Selling Book 'Hockey Confidence - Train Your Brain to Win in Hockey and Life' and has been nominated for the 'RBC Canadian Women of Influence Award' for her ground-breaking work in mental performance. She has recently received the 'Kamloops Reader's Choice Award for Best Business Coaching and Consulting Services', and a WHL Player that worked with her for one day experienced a published 379% increase in performance!"
Hamptonstone explains, "The process of developing leadership confidence in business and in hockey, is not simply an act of trying to do better each day - that's like trying to fly a fighter jet programmed to go in one direction whilst you are trying to go the other way. You need to upgrade the old programming so that you can activate its full potential on demand, especially when under pressure.
I often get asked by business leaders, coaches and players, "So... how do I know if my habits are preventing me from reaching my full potential?" I tell them to think of a time where they wanted to feel confident and perform at their greatest potential, under the most pressure. If they say that it felt like a struggle, and that anxiety, fear, self-consciousness and self-doubt affected them in that moment, then that's when they know that their inner programming needs to be updated."
Moores adds, "We want to see NHL levels of confidence this season and know that, with Isabelle's help, our entire team will perform with increased focus, confidence, and self-control."
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