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Antonio Kroener- The main personality and the electronics wrangler. Any technical difficulties are his fault. He is extremely loud and his laugh sounds like a mentally challenged hyena getting stabbed to death. Regular Guests/Trifecta Completion Pete Lab- Italian American Beard Purveyor. Believer of All Conspiracy Theories. Interests include Star Wars, Video Games and the Cinematic History and Career of Brad Garrett. Justin Forward- The Wild Card of the Trifecta. Justin is unpredictable and ...
 
A series of wee (short) interviews about high level mental performance with people who are highly successful (Brilliant) performers on the sports field, in a studio, on stage, on a movie set, behind a mic, in the board room, or in a top research lab. Wee Chats series focuses on how the performer is able to be Brilliant while being challenged by every day highs and lows in life and in performances. We will learn about any mental or physical preparation they do, how they cope with nerves, how ...
 
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In this Wee Chat we talk with Elin Manahan Thomas, classical singer and Royal Wedding singer (by royal appointment!) for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle AKA the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. She covers many topics around the psychology of performing including being in the zone, the different colours of being in the zone, expressing emotions through mu…
 
In this Wee Chat we talk to John Craigie, singer-songwriter musician. John describes music as a “necessary expression” and a great release. He goes onto talk introspectively about his thoughts and feelings about his performances, how he reads the audience, copes with nerves and the joy it clearly brings him to be on the road and live and breathe hi…
 
In this Wee Chat we talk again with 3xoff-road World Triathlon Champion, Lesley Paterson, and about the XTerra Worlds in Maui. If you didn’t tune into Part 1 yet, check it out on WeeChats.com first. Check out http://weechats.com/lesley-paterson-3xoff-road-world-triathlon-champion-part-2 for more information about Lesley Paterson. Youtube | Droid po…
 
In this Wee Chat from the vault from 2012 we talk with Lesley Paterson, three-time off-road World Champion triathlete as she reflects on her second world championship win in Maui. As an elite triathlete, Lesley has found her passion, competing and winning throughout the world, with her best events now coming in the off-road arena. She specializes i…
 
In this Wee Chat we talk with Jessie Barr, Irish 2012 Olympian in the 4 x 400m relay team in London, and Irish National 400m Hurdle Champion from 2011-2013. She participated in various sports from a young age and competed in track as just part of her normal sport and social routine, until she began to realize her current and potential ability, and …
 
WELCOME TO WEE CHATS WITH BRILLIANT PEOPLE In this Wee Chat we talk to Thomas Barr, the current Irish National record holder of the 400m hurdles and a 2016 Olympian in Rio. He talks about “coming into his own” in the last 4 years and experiencing competitive success as an elite runner. He is a four time Irish National Champion in the 400m men’s hur…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat we talk with Dr. Leslie Sherlin, one of the leading neuroscientists in sport psychology. He has spent numerous years studying many brains in his pursuit of identifying what neurological components separate elite athletes from regular people. This pursuit has led to his work bei…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat we talk to author and writer, Matthew Arlidge or as he is better known in the crime drama/thriller novel community, MJ Arlidge. He has worked in television for the last 15 years, specializing in high end drama production. Arlidge has produced a number of prime-time crime serial…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat we talk to Dr. Gwendolyn Mok, a world renowned pianist and current Coordinator of Keyboard Studies at San Jose State University School of Music and Dance. She is a New York native who loves playing the piano and learning about their history as well. Her passion for performing h…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat we talk to Steve Poltz, a Canadian born singer and songwriter. We have all at one point or another probably heard one of his songs on TV or the radio as his songs have been amongst the longest running ever on the Billboard Top 100 and they regularly appear in movie soundtracks,…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat we talk to Sam Chase from The Sam Chase band fame. Sam is a San Francisco native who talks about how important the audience is for a performer and how they form a reciprocal relationship. He covers his views on how failure is not necessarily bad and is sometimes necessary in li…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat we talk to Jose Lambert, tennis coach at the IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida. Jose knows the IMG Academy pretty well due to being one of their players in his younger days. Knowing the culture and expectations it takes to be a player for IMG has helped Jose bring that experien…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat we talk to Catherine Arlidge, MBE. She is a violinist and presenter for the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in England. Since starting to play the violin at the age of 5 Catherine has gone on to achieve many accolades throughout her career. In January 2016 Catherine was a…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link As the baseball season has just started again we talk in this Wee Chat to Neal Huntington, General Manager of the Major League baseball team, the Pittsburgh Pirates. Neal has been in this position since 2007 and has helped the organization became a force to be reckoned with in Major League Base…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat, we talk to Dr. Mitch Abrams, who is a sport psychologist and national expert on anger management. His knowledge on anger management has led him to be sought after by many athletes, teams, and organizations to help provide more insight on this important topic and how to best to…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat, we talk to The Brothers Comatose, a “Fun folk/bluegrass/Americana rowdy string band with a party vibe” (their own description of themselves!). This is our first interview with a whole band (and the 18 month old Charlie helped out) and what fun it was! Over a cup of tea and som…
 
Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast | Direct link In this Wee Chat, which took place backstage at the great Philharmonic Hall of Liverpool, Alison talks to Mike Seal, who is an Associate Conductor for the CBSO (the prestigious City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra), and he also conducts for other top orchestras. Mike talks about how he gets th…
 
In this Wee Chat retired Lieutenant Commander Navy SEAL, Brian “Iron Ed” Hiner, talks about his life as a Navy SEAL, as a leader of SEAL basic and advanced training and how the principles he learned in this environment helped him be resilient and a leader. He is passionate about helping others and now offers up this vast experience base as a coach …
 
For those of you who are interested in elite rugby and/or learning more about pre-performance routines, in this Wee Chat J.J. Hanrahan describes in great detail what he uses for his kicking routine and how mental preparation and working with a sport psychologist has worked for him. J.J. has played successfully for Munster in Ireland for several yea…
 
In this Wee Chat, I ask top tennis coach and analyst Brad Gilbert about the mental aspects of tennis, he also talks about how his ‘Winning Ugly’ book came about, what he thinks about preparation for big events and matches and how he has got players like Andre Agassi, Andy Roddick and Andy Murray ready to face “every other day” at a grand slam event…
 
In part 2 of this Wee Chat, Dick Gould talks about how working with the players at Stanford was interesting because they were so different to each other. He talks about how he perceives the difference with those players who went on to be some of the best in the world, like John McEnroe and the Bryan brothers. As a Brit myself, I also asked him what…
 
In part 1 of this Wee Chat, Dick Gould (the Stanford University tennis coaching legend) talks about his background in tennis coaching, how he learned to be a great coach and how sport psychology can help tennis players and business people. (For the interview click on the picture or visit http://weechats.com/brilliant-people/dick-gould-stanford-tenn…
 
In this Wee Chat, Paul describes what mental preparation is to him, the mental training strategies he used as a player and what he wishes he used more as a player. He describes how he has now adapted to the intense world of being Head Coach of a top college tennis team after life on the pro tour and working in the corporate world. He gives advice f…
 
In this Wee Chat, the fabulous Tess Henley, singer-songwriter, describes her vibe, how much of her performances are mental games and how she mentally prepares for concerts; how she deals with nerves, how she focuses, plus the importance of social support in her life, and what soul really means to her. Youtube | Droid podcast | iTunes podcast Soul s…
 
Wayne Ferreira was ranked in the ATP’s top 15 tennis players of the world for over ten years with a highest ranking of six. He has multiple wins over Roger Federer (one of few players with a positive record against Roger), Pete Sampras, and John McEnroe; 26 career single titles; and a silver medal for South Africa from the Olympic Games in Barcelon…
 
Youtube video Direct podcast iTunes podcast Adonal Foyle is a retired NBA veteran player with a total of 13 NBA seasons under his belt. Foyle played three seasons with the Orlando Magic (2007-2010), and before that, spent a decade with the newly crowned 2015 NBA champions Golden State Warriors, where he began his career as the NBA’s eighth overall …
 
This week’s new episode features Dr Barry Cripps. Alison’s mentor discusses key aspects of mental prep that are crucial for him. Youtube video iTunes podcast Droid podcast Dr Barry Cripps, CPsychol, CSci, FBPsS Having spent his early career in Hampton School, RAF and Loughborough University, Barry undertook a doctorate in the Social Psychology of S…
 
In this new episode of Wee Chats, it features Chris McLachlin, renowned HS volleyball and basketball coach from HI and Stanford volleyball coach. Chris (or CMac) is well known as the High School basketball Coach for President Obama. Listen to hear about the mental aspects of the game that CMac thinks is important and to hear what he thinks the pres…
 
In this installment of Wee Chats with Brilliant People, David Choi, musician and songwriter, talks to Alison about what he does to prepare before a concert. This particular episode was recorded backstage about an hour before he performed in San Francisco in April 2015. He talks about mental strategies he uses, how an analytical mind can get in the …
 
The final installment of Lesley’s Paterson’s Wee Chat on her 1st World Champ journey: Life after winning. CLICK ON THE PICTURE OR CHOOSE BELOW Youtube video iTunes podcast Droid podcast The post Final Wee Chat with Lesley Paterson, XTerra world triathlete champion appeared first on Wee Chats With Brilliant People.…
 
Wee Chat with Lesley Paterson, focusing on what happened during her first world champion win. CLICK ON THE PICTURE OR CHOOSE BELOW Youtube video iTunes podcast Droid podcast The post Another Wee Chat with Lesley Paterson XTerra world triathlete champion appeared first on Wee Chats With Brilliant People.…
 
Wee Chat with Jeff Greenwald – Part 2 focuses more on his experiences as a top tennis player and what happened when he won ITF Senior World Championships. He talks about what strategies he used and how he kept his confidence high. You can learn more about Jeff’s work at: www.jeffhgreenwald.com CLICK ON THE PICTURE OR CHOOSE BELOW Youtube video iTun…
 
Interview with Jeff Greenwald Jeff Greenwald is an internationally recognized sport psychology consultant, author and licensed therapist specializing in mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy. He has also been a world-ranked competitive tennis player. Jeff was ranked #1 in the world by the ITF in the men’s 35 age division and #1 in the U.S. i…
 
In this Wee Chat, we interview Nicola Bolton, actress and choreographer. Nicola gives us some fascinating insights into the process of getting ready for performances on stage and what kinds of strategies she runs through to help her control her nerves and use positive self-talk. The post Interview with Nicola Bolton – Actress and Choreographer appe…
 
In this Wee Chat, we interview with Grammy nominated visual artist Serge Gay Jr. Serge shares some of his mental processes as an artist when his best mental process occurs and where his flow of ideas come from thoughts on how to still do good art when not feeling great. his advice to budding artists The post Full Interview with Serge Gay Jr. – Gram…
 
In this Wee Chat, we interview with Chief Executive of the Lawn Tennis Association Roger Draper In this interview, you will learn how to prepare for a presentation and other big events how to perform under pressure and other conditions tips on how to be successful in business This interview was recorded on April 2012 The post First Full Interview w…
 
Our first full Wee Chat is with XTERRA Triathlete World Champion Lesley Paterson! In this interview, you will learn why Lesley Paterson does triathlons her kinaesthetic awareness experience how she achieves high performance on a bad day how she uses association and disassociation strategies as an athlete This interview was recorded on November 26th…
 
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