Mental Strength Does Not Guarantee Success
This episode highlights some misconceptions placed on Mental Toughness where 3 leading authorities in the field; Doug Strycharczk, Professor Peter Clough MBE and Dr John Perry share insights into their applied work and academic research.
Key Learning Points:
- Mental Toughness isn’t always a positive trait
- Mental weakness does not exist
- Mental Toughness can be developed through experiences, psychological or coaching support
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