Learning More Efficiently

Learning More Efficiently

  When I talk about improving performance over time I often turn to the Inchworm concept, which I discussed most recently in the second half of my blog on perfectionism. Inchworm is a great illustration of what progress looks like, the ups and downs, and the fact...
Be Your Own Coach

Be Your Own Coach

Last month I tweeted about an idea I discuss often with my 1:1 clients – the need to be your own coach. The idea struck a bigger chord than I was expecting, so I decided to dive deeper for those who are curious about how to take this idea and put it into practice. The...
Tools & Resources to Speed Progress

Tools & Resources to Speed Progress

  There’s no question that consistent effort will accelerate your mental game progress. To get results, you simply must do the work. Unfortunately, I think many psychology resources unintentionally make it seem like it’s simple to implement new advice or change...
The Cost of Perfectionism

The Cost of Perfectionism

  “If you are going to drive for perfection, you have to be strong enough to handle imperfection.” – Jared Tendler, Office Hours #14 (Yeah I’m quoting myself, it’s a good line)     Perfectionism is a broad, complex problem that shows up in a...
Perfectionists Who Procrastinate

Perfectionists Who Procrastinate

I wrote this post last night after my kid went to bed.   Just kidding. But if that scenario rings true for you, I get it. I’m a (largely) reformed procrastinator and also have experience working with a variety of different people who struggle with procrastination....