Interview with THE expert on expertise development

How do you develop expertise? To find the answer I spoke to the expert on expertise development, Fernand Gobet. Author of ‘Understanding Expertise’ and Professor of Cognitive Psychology at the University of Liverpool, he’s a thought leader in this field. We talked about the impact of your genetics on expertise development and what the best systems are to maximise a person’s chance of making it to world class.   Before we begin, I personally believe […]

Testimonial 3

Working with the group has been powerful for me. In one of our group sessions, we committed together to taking a bold action. For me, that means going to physical places and selling my product. It feels so good facing your fear – showing your face in a public space, facing that rejection, building resilience. We have so many barriers and blockers in our minds, but talking with the group really opened up new options. […]

Feel the Fear and…Find Your Tribe

Fear. You need to feel it. Without it you would take crazy risks and put yourself in mortal danger. However fear is also the emotion that stops most of us from growing. So what’s really going on? In her bestselling book ‘Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway’ Susan Jeffers states there are three levels of fear. This applies to everything you fear (decision making, making a mistake, ending or starting a relationship etc.) but […]

Finding the Right Mentor

I’ll open with making a distinction because two terms often get interchanged that I don’t see as synonymous. A mentor is not the same as a coach. I’m not saying that’s the definitively ‘right’ way to see it, it’s just how I see it and here’s why. A coach should be somebody who is specifically experienced in just that – coaching. They know how to challenge you so that you can become your best self. […]

Testimonials

Working with the group has been powerful for me. In one of our group sessions, we
committed together to taking a bold action. For me, that means going to physical
places and selling my product. It feels so good facing your fear – showing your face
in a public space, facing that rejection, building resilience. We have so many barriers
and blockers in our minds, but talking with the group really opened up new options.
We are like-minded, but we don’t think alike – we all have a different way of looking
at things. It’s a culture of respect and of authenticity, where I don’t feel judged.

– Stefania Pellegrino, Managing Director of Purely Plantain