Episode 59

Confidence Boost: Rocket Performance With Expert Sport Psychology


May 17th, 2021

32 mins 59 secs

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About this Episode

In episode 59 Paul McVeigh, former Professional Footballer, Sport Psychologist and Keynote Speaker, joins us.

Specifically Paul will be looking at:

  • Importance of Sport Psychology
  • Biggest mistakes athletes make
  • Addressing these mistakes
  • Key lessons from his playing career

About Paul

"Paul McVeigh was a professional footballer for nearly 20 years playing for clubs such as Tottenham Hotspur, Burnley and Norwich city, whilst gaining 40 caps internationally for Northern Ireland. He made over 300 appearances and was a key member of 2 championship winning teams and rose to the pinnacle of English football. He is also a published author of the ironically entitled book ‘The Stupid Footballer Is Dead’. Paul has recently finished his studies which means he is the first person in history to play in the premier league and qualify with a masters in Sport Psychology. He is with us today to share what you can learn from the most ruthless and competitive industry on the planet!"

Instagram: @PaulMcVeigh77
Twitter: @PaulMcVeigh77
Website: https://www.paulmcveigh.co.uk


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