There are several reasons why some athletes cannot unleash their peak performance in competition, while others excel and achieve results they never even thought were possible.
Es gibt mehrere Gründe, warum einige Athleten bei großen Wettkämpfen ihre Trainingsleistungen nicht umsetzen können, während andere über sich hinauswachsen und Ergebnisse erzielen, die sie nie für möglich gehalten hätten.
It is ok to dream about your future, in fact it is even necessary if you want to make it a reality.
The main reason why some athletes are light-years ahead of the competition and display otherworldly performances is their ability to get themselves into a state where optimal performance can happen. Prof. Mihalyi Csikszentmihalyi, a renowned psychologist and expert in the field of optimal performance, was the one who gave this phenomenon the name “FLOW”.
A focus on winning will limit your potential as an individual and as a team and yet you can observe that so many teams, coaches and athletes fall prey to the biggest misconception in sports.
How can the BVB become a serious championship contender?
Wie kann der BVB dauerhaft zum ernsthaften Meisterfavoriten werden?
The IELTS test evaluates your current level of English and how well you can use the language in the four basic skills. Memorizing complex grammatical structures and academic vocabulary and reproducing them without being competent enough is not the best idea if you want to achieve your highest score. This is specifically true for the writing tasks.
This method that I am going to share with you has proven to be very effective in increasing my students’ speaking scores on the IELTS Academic Test in 50 days by 1.5 points, on average. It is not very complicated and easy to do, if you commit to it. I hope it can help you, too.
This diagram is based on the research by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, a renowned psychology professor, known for his work on the psychological concept ‘flow’. It can be adapted to fit any environment but I want to explain the implcations it has for teachers at secondary schools. It explains how they can create a situation where optimal performance can happen and thus help their students to achieve their best.