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Stop Forcing it!

If you look closely, a lack of skill, knowledge or even wisdom, is often over-compensated by excessive force. We loosely call ... read more

End Procrastination

The thought seems to come out of nowhere, often referred to as “coming out of the blue.” Sometimes it is a direct know ... read more


Are you fully immersed in a feeling of energised focus, complete presence and enjoyment of your daily pursu ... read more

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Our development follows a basic pattern: We have an idea, we run the experiment, then we learn and grow. This natural process is often compromised, either because of a lack of ideas, a fear in taki ... read more

Clear The Way

In our personal and professional development, what you lose is not only more important than what you gain, it is often what directly precedes it!

Let’s take focus, for example. ... read more

Handling the Force

When a system can’t handle a specific load or force, it becomes stressed - and like anything in nature, the break happens in its weakest point. Imagine developing a mind and body that has the ... read more

What lies beneath

When it comes to elite performance, there appears to be copious commentary on the importance of “what is between the ears.” In my experience what lies a little deeper is what matters mo ... read more

The Holistic High Performance Model: Putting together the pieces of the puzzle

Look at elite performance as a gigantic puzzle - and without finding every piece, you will have something missing. This “missing,” is what we are looking for when we seek to improve our ... read more

Goal-setting with Awareness

Often, before the goal-setter has even taken aim, the first weakness has been exposed. It’s hiding in the dark, out of plain, tangible site. It pulls down possibilities like gravi ... read more

Creating a High Performance Environment

When the environment is healthy, we grow. It really is that simple. So, how do we create an environment that lends to

Win, lose or draw, the best thing you can do from your previous performance, is learn from it. But do you have a way to trouble-shoo ... read more

Where does your knowledge come from?

One of the hardest things I have ever done in my life is to unlearn some of the fiction my brain had been fed. In my quest for knowledge, I first had to face many existing flaws, n ... read more

What's the Point?

Have you ever asked yourself, “What’s the point?” To me this is one of the most important questions in the human condition - to bring reason and purpose to your l ... read more

The Stress Effect

The Stress Effect

You perceive it in your mind first… a threat, then your body reacts, quicker than your ability to finish this sentence. It starts with the hypothal ... read more

A Healthy Work Place

It's a simple concept, that when the environment is healthy, we grow. With so much of the world focusing outwardly, a simple and profound knowledge is often overlooked: that your primary ... read more

Working With Time

Some time ago, a meditation student of mine was losing patience in her ability to calm her mind of chatter and was becoming frustrated. I asked her, “How long did it take to learn how to walk ... read more

Introduction to "Well-Being"

If we are to understand and optimize our health (state of physical and mental well-being) via self-awareness, there are two basic areas of concern:

1. Physical: in terms of movement, nutrit ... read more

Reaching your Potential

The dictionary defines potential as “possible, but as yet not actual.”  We have all heard the comment, “anything is possible.” If this is true, why is the World litte ... read more

Are you drinking enough water?

Water is essential for life in the human body. For example, you can last weeks without food, but only days without water. Look at nature and you will see, the more water there is, the more life the ... read more

Power shakes

Blending your food is a great way to get nutrition into you that is easy on the digestion, yet can still tickle the taste bud.

If you think about it, the body has to use a lot of energy to ... read more

Kelee Meditation and Sleep

Everyone seems to understand the value of a good night's sleep. This is why: As soon as the sun goes down, your body starts winding down to allow for regeneration at a cellular level. Sleep is the ... read more

Detaching from Mental Limitations

In my time as a teacher and coach, I have encountered countless athletes consumed in the acquisition of skill and knowledge, but quickly become frustrated because they still can’t get where t ... read more


Self: The distinct individuality or identity of a person or thing.

Awareness: Knowing

THE SELF, in this case, you, is an individual person as the ... read more

Visualization and performance

The roots of visualization go back a very long way. As far as performance goes, Visualization (def: create in your mind) is used to create mental imagery to practice skills and to ... read more

Work / Life Balance

In life, it is easy to lose balance if you are not paying attention. If there is one thing worth studying for everyone, it is having balance between your personal ... read more

The Nature of Success

Nature: Intrinsic value of something or someone

Success: Achievement of intention

IN life, there are many forms of success - and material success is just one of them. You will see t ... read more

Basic Principles of Performance

These are the basic principles of performance for athletes - and developing an awareness of all themes is what I teach in the athletes i coach: Matt :)

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Motivation and Inspiration

There are two forms of energy when it comes to doing the things you do – motivation and inspiration. Motivation is an energy source that gives you power to do things, bu ... read more

Limiting Mistakes

If you look closely, there can be two reasons for making mistakes: either you don’t know how to do it, or you weren’t paying attention.

If you don’t know how to perform th ... read more

Centre of Gravity

Your centre of gravity is a basic principle of surfing that provides a foundation for the more advanced themes. It is one of the most important parts of surfing and needs to be looked at in two way ... read more


IN life, there are two types of opponents. Those outside of you - and one inside of you. Outside, there can be many, inside, there can only be one!

Competitors outside of y ... read more

The Mind and Performance

As a high performance coach and teacher of meditation I have been exposed to many techniques for self-development, both physically and mentally. Psychology is the study of the human mind and an are ... read more

Mind over Matter

This is a very deep subject! We are talking about the mind (as deep as you get within) and matter (as deep as the material world gets). To begin to grasp this widely used ph ... read more

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Daily Disciplines

Knowledge needs to be accompanied with daily action and discipline to acheive long term health, happiness and high performance.

Here are some things to focus on... daily!

1. Meditate (meditation clears the mind of clutter, develops focus and awareness, as well as healing via a calming of the nervous system.

2. Contemplate: Take the time every day to contemplate the direction of your life and how you could move foward in a more harmonious way

3. Exericse: Move with awarness of correct posture and enjoyment, every day! 

4. Hydrate: Drink 0.03 times your body weight a day (in kg's) as a minimum to help the body process toxins and function at an optimum

5. Trust your feelings: Feel first, do second. This means you are not running on auto pilot devoid of feeling and awareness of what you are getting into.