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Mark Bennett MBE makes a welcome return to the podcast. Mark has been a very popular guest in the past and he is back by popular demand. Mark was part of the physical training team within the Royal Marine Commando training school before taking his ideas about human development into civiian life with a major focus on sport.

As always, it is a fascinating conversation...in this episode we cover...

- Performance Development Systems (PDS) aims to help athletes and coaches achieve their full potential by focusing on behavioral and attitudinal aspects of human development processes.

- The distinction between individuals with a 'Performance' mindset from individuals with a 'leisure' mindset.

- 'Performance' orientated individuals commit to being the best they can be in all aspects of their lives, including sleep, nutrition, and wellness. Leisure athletes may only commit to aspects they enjoy and when supervised. 'Leisure' orientated athletes might be committed at certain times but will not do this at all times or in all areas of their life.

- Establishing clear expectations and understanding in coaching is important, particularly in defining acceptable, unacceptable, and exceptional behavior.

- The baseline game helps athletes identify the strengths and weaknesses of their opponents, encouraging communication, decision-making, and ownership of their performance and development.

- The rule of three in coaching helps athletes self-regulate their behavior, interactions, and focus during practice, emphasizing mindfulness and observation from the coach.

- Identifying a team's "lighthouse" or reference point enables coaches and athletes to design and execute sessions that align with their desired goals and outcomes.

- Committing to change and pursuing excellence through PDS can lead to growth and success in both personal and professional aspects of life.

- Coaches and athletes should hold each other accountable for their actions and ensure they align with their aspirations and goals.

- Reassessing goals and adjusting expectations based on reality data and individual capabilities can help prevent giving up on goals altogether.

- Performance Development Systems offer extensive resources, workshops, and master classes to help coaches, athletes, and individuals achieve their goals and improve their lives. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-talent-equation-podcast--2186775/support.
Mark Bennett MBE makes a welcome return to the podcast. Mark has been a very popular guest in the past and he is back by popular demand. Mark was part of the physical training team within the Royal Marine Commando training school before taking his ideas about human development into civiian life with a major focus on sport. As always, it is a fascinating conversation...in this episode we cover... - Performance Development Systems (PDS) aims to help athletes and coaches achieve their full potential by focusing on behavioral and attitudinal aspects of human development processes. - The distinction between individuals with a 'Performance' mindset from individuals with a 'leisure' mindset. - 'Performance' orientated individuals commit to being the best they can be in all aspects of their lives, including sleep, nutrition, and wellness. Leisure athletes may only commit to aspects they enjoy and when supervised. 'Leisure' orientated athletes might be committed at certain times but will not do this at all times or in all areas of their life. - Establishing clear expectations and understanding in coaching is important, particularly in defining acceptable, unacceptable, and exceptional behavior. - The baseline game helps athletes identify the strengths and weaknesses of their opponents, encouraging communication, decision-making, and ownership of their performance and development. - The rule of three in coaching helps athletes self-regulate their behavior, interactions, and focus during practice, emphasizing mindfulness and observation from the coach. - Identifying a team's "lighthouse" or reference point enables coaches and athletes to design and execute sessions that align with their desired goals and outcomes. - Committing to change and pursuing excellence through PDS can lead to growth and success in both personal and professional aspects of life. - Coaches and athletes should hold each other accountable for their actions and ensure they align with their aspirations and goals. - Reassessing goals and adjusting expectations based on reality data and individual capabilities can help prevent giving up on goals altogether. - Performance Development Systems offer extensive resources, workshops, and master classes to help coaches, athletes, and individuals achieve their goals and improve their lives. read more read less

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