FREE Masterclass – 19 July 2021
How to turn high pressure moments into performance success, by leaning into pressure.
by Craig Johns
In a world of uncertainty and competition for our attention, we feel under relentless pressure to perform. When it comes to performance, pressure always wins.
The most successful teams, coaches and athletes walk towards pressure, and they understand the art of when to apply or release it.
As coaches it is our role to manage the energy, and pressure of ourself first then our athletes and teams.
In this interactive and thought-provoking session:
- Learn how the 5 principles of Atomic Pressure will help you and your team win when performance matters.
- Understand that low and high pressure both lead to low performance and why moderate pressure enables high performance
- Discover when to turn pressure off and when to apply pressure for individual and team success.
Option 1 – 19 July 10am Sydney time – Register Click Here
- 8am Singapore
- 12pm Auckland
- 5pm California (18 July)
- 8pm New York (18 July)
Option 2 – 19 July 8pm Sydney time – Register Click Here
- 6am New York
- 11am London
- 2pm Dubai
- 6pm Singapore
CRAIG JOHNS – ARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE UPSWING? (25 May 2020
We will look at a number of different strategies you can implement to ensure that you are digitally visible and are in a strong position to capture current and new markets as people seek a coach for their endurance, performance and health aspirations. Topics will include leveraging the media, creating a social media plan, appropriate website content, and ensuring you are ready to deliver relevant value. We will also take the opportunity to open up the floor to learn what coaches have put in place and their strategies to make the most of new opportunities COVID-19 is providing.
KATEE GREY | AIMEE PERRETT (18 May 2020)
Katee Grey (Holistic Endurance, Australia) will speak about Getting To Know Your Hormones. Understanding stress hormones and some strategies to mitigate imbalance as a coach and tips to help your athletes.
Aimee Perrett (Braveheart Endurance, New Zealand) talks about CoachBeing: A Well Coach Is A Well Athlete. She will discuss resilience, as a wellbeing tool, to manage our chronic stress load, the impact of coach wellbeing on athletes and why we might not always practise what we preach.
CRAIG JOHNS – Break The COACH CODE (11 May 2020)
How often are you, as a coach, “IN THE ZONE” and feel that you are reaching your performance potential? Working in the world of endurance coaching requires a lot of passion, dedication, hard work and focus on other people. Burnout, stress, overwhelm and mistakes occur when you don’t effectively plan your energy and recovery; manage your priorities; and focus your full attention on other people while neglecting your own performance.
Craig Johns brings you Breaking The COACH Code – The Future Of Coaching Performance. In this session you will learn the 3 P’s of the Leadership Performance Formula:
- COACH Periodization – How to plan and schedule your recovery to ensure you have sustainable coach energy and performance.
- COACH Presence – How to evolve your communication, influence and performance to positively impact every human.
- COACH Performance – How to develop the strategies, routines and habits to enable your peak performance state.
JONO HALL – More ThAN A COACH (5 May 2020)
“I am Jono Hall”, a focus on the importance of being more that a coach. Jonathan (Aka Jono) Hall is the Head Coach of Triathlon Canada National Performance Center, owner of the Multisport Brain and works with some of the world’s best athletes. Jono is a former Australian Road Cycling Champion and ITU World Duathlon Champion who has a great sense of the business of endurance coaching. Get ready for an action packed Q&A:
- The dangers of labelling yourself as a coach.
- Building a coach business by collaborating with other coaches
- How to approach pricing and when to charge for coaching
CHRIS “MACCA” MCCORMACK – BUILDING A COMMUNITY (27 April 2020)
4x World Triathlon Champion Chris “MACCA” McCormack dives in head first into how he built one of the most successful endurance communities in the world. Macca was one of the first-movers in building a successful recurring membership model, MACCAX, which has since been rebranded MX Endurance. With an endurance community, which has served 1’000’s of members, MACCA will share with you:
- how to build a global community and engage a team of experts, coaches and partners;
- why you should choose a recurring membership model;
- how to stand out in a crowded coaching market space;
- why you need clarity on your personal coaching brand; and
- if we have time, we may get some time to dive into the future of Super League Triathlon
ANDREW MACKAY | STEVEN BENTLEY | CRAIG JOHNS (20 April 2020)
Andrew Mackay (Boost Coaching, New Zealand) will talk about Content Credibility and Diversified Revenue; and
Steven Bentley (Bentley Coaching, Canada) will enlighten us why testimonials are powerful for your business and how passive income streams have supported his business.
Craig Johns (NRG2Perform) will share some coach performance habits, that are pivotal to your long-term health, especially working remotely.
CRAIG JOHNS / JAMES THORP / MICHELLE TICKNER / WARREN WILLIAMS (13 April 2020)
James Thorp, Michelle Tickner, Warren Williams & Craig Johns share with you how they pivoted their coach business model quickly and are thriving during COVID-19. Craig Johns will present on Why Your Digital Presence Is Everything and provide tips on how to build your personal brand. As a bonus Craig will also share with you how he accidentally went from 100 to 10,000 website visitors overnight when he launched Taiwan Racing in 2005.
GARRY MILLS – MENTAL STRENGTH OF A COACH (6 April 2020)
Garry Gaz Mills specializes in mental strength, skills and awareness, as well as personal leadership development. He is a former police officer and bodyguard to the Australian Prime Minister and other world leaders. He regularly speaks on overcoming adversity and resilience as a Beyond Blue speaker, and has worked with a number of triathlon clubs and coaches. Garry will speak on mental strength and coping strategies as a COACH and business owner, and provide strategies you can implement with your athletes and clients.