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Andrew Beaven, Ray Bundell and 8 others like this.

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Brett Holland said:
Great article and something we probably take for granted.
I recently heard Danny Kerry's (the GB hockey coach) mantra - 'Where am I? Where do I need to be? Where are they? Where do they need it be?' and I've certainly had this at the back of my mind, for training but also in game situations. Where the pressure increases and can easily affect your EI more.
 · Lawrie O'Keeffe, Blake Richardson and 1 other like this.
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Ray Bundell said:

Some very good points made here on EI. I like the idea of the football coach charting his emotional state & fitting it to their player's needs. Or of a netball coach knowing how long to spend on a visibly upset player. There is no right answer it just requires consideration & thought.

 · Rob Maaye likes this.
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