Posted 12/28/2020 in Category 1 by DAVID CHARLTON

032 How Can I Be Grateful For The Little Things

David Charlton helps ambitious athletes to reach their aims, faster.  He supports a range of highly motivated athletes and coaches.  From ambitious youngsters and amateur athletes, as well as elite professional athletes, playing in the Premier League, European Golf Tour, Rugby Premiership and in The British Superbikes.  

    


Additionally, David supports business professionals, executives and entrepreneurs who are looking to improve their performance and/or mental health.  



David is a fully approved Chartered Sport and Exercise Psychologist with the BPS, BASES and is a HCPC Practitioner Psychologist.



Today’s topic David talks about how and why you should develop an attitude of gratitude into your daily routines.  2020 has been a difficult year for many people where managing your emotions, an important ingredient of mental toughness, has been challenging even for the calmest people.  



What You Will Learn In This Episode:


  • The benefits of gratitude
  • What a full or empty gratitude tank can mean
  • How gratitude can help you when you lose the love for your sport or pastime
  • Why being injured is a time to consider practicing gratitude
  • How to develop the attitude of gratitude


About the Host – David Charlton


David helps ambitious athletes, teams and executives achieve their goals faster by improving their Mental Toughness.  He is a HCPC Sport and Exercise Psychologist and Executive Coach who supports many professional athletes, some of whom play at the highest level in their chosen sports, as well as senior executives in the business world.  


Click the button below to join The Sports Psychology Hub a Facebook group that David hosts to help ambitious athletes, serious sport coaches, sporting parents, sports psychologists and mental game coaches to support each other.


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