Knowing Your Goal
4 Stages Of Learning
Why Failing Is Good
The Power Of Habits
Badminton Secrets Course
So what do I mean when I say I used
psychology to improve my badminton?
Indeed does psychology (ie what you think) have any place in
badminton at all?
I once had an email from a subscriber - I've omitted the name to save any
"Listen...all this mental stuff is a
waste of your free letters and quite frankly worthless for those with
serious attitudes for the game...
So is that person right?
Does psychology have NO place in badminton?
Or could it just be that the way you think is THE most crucial
thing in determining how well you play?
In my experience of course, changing your thinking can have a
massive effect on how well you play.
In fact I would go as far as to say that badminton is one of the most
psychologically demanding sports in the world.
Everything that you do is ultimately controlled by your mind
and what you are thinking, both consciously and unconsciously.
If you get that right, you can do anything.
For example, have you ever had times when something has caused you to
play badly, and nothing seems to go right, however hard you try?
And how suddenly this loss of form can happen!
It's as though something just happens that causes you to play badly,
something in your mind that changes.
Well I was intrigued by this, and thought, well, if it can work that way,
then there must be ways that you can suddenly reverse it, and play
There MUST be things that you can do that will let you play your best
game whenever you want to.
And on these pages you will get a taste of what I discovered - what
worked for me, and what didn't!
It is a tiny tiny fraction of what is contained in the
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Let's begin with...
"After a couple of weeks, my team-mates
were shocked by my improvement."
- Jessie T
"I strongly believe that I changed a lot
from what I was as a badminton player."
- Gabriel P
"Thank you for all the tips. Let me tell
you, two weeks I tried the first practice; very good, I won my first games!"
- Alberto A
"Last time I played to win, I failed.
This time, I play a lot better!"
- Tonny T
"I have been receiving
your lessons for some time now, and they are a great help. I really
appreciate it, and thank you very much for giving me your time."
- Sara M
"Thank you so much for
enlightening me, I really learn a lot from your articles."
- Marlo C
"Thanks a lot Robert, I
learned a lot of things today and I'm looking forward to learning a lot
- Renato D
"I really like your
course, and agree with your ideas 100%!"
- Nancy S
"Many thanks for
your constant boosting."
"Thank you, thank you,
"Thank you for
encouraging me in my game. Fact is, not only in my game but in real life."
"Reading your notes
shift(s) my "thinking" not only for Badminton but also for my other work
"Thanks for all the advice.
I'm still in training now, and I'm sure with your guidance my skill will be
- Leonardo C