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One step at a time: James Golding
How small actions can lead to amazing outcomes.
Self-talk: Lucy Gossage
Exploring the stories we tell ourselves and the impact they can have on our lives.
Circadian rhythms: Professor Satchin Panda
How our circadian rhythms impact our athletic performance, mood and overall health.
Passion: Scott Lloyd
How doing what you love can lead to unexpected places – with the head of British tennis.
Always learning: Nigel Adkins
Seeing life as an opportunity for constant and never-ending learning and growth.
Knowing yourself: Damon Hill
Resolving complicated feelings, recognising patterns and understanding yourself better.
Vulnerable conversations: Emile Heskey
The importance of having open and understanding conversations.
Confidence: Sir Chris Hoy
Why having self-doubt is normal and how preparation and perspective are key.
Beliefs: Helen Davis
How our beliefs and perceptions shape how we experience ourselves and the world.
Embracing discomfort: Wim Hof
How to become more resilient - with the "Iceman" Wim Hof.
Self-reflection: Jamie Peacock
The value of observing and evaluating yourself in order to grow as a person.
The art of selling: Eddie Hearn
Why sales is an important life skill and how to get better at it.
Making things happen: Maurice Hamilton
The art of creating opportunities and turning dreams into reality.
Visualisation: Sir Nick Faldo
How to harness the power of your imagination to achieve success.
Obsession: Adam Peaty
What it takes to become one of the greatest athletes on the planet.
Perspective: Anne Keothavong
How our experiences inform how we see the world, with GB's Fed Cup captain.
Goals: Tim Don
How to set goals with the Ironman world record holder.
(Photo: On Running/Andrew Hinton)
Courage: Ollie Ollerton
Throwing yourself into something without any guarantee of a successful outcome.
Teams: Frances Houghton MBE
How to thrive within a successful team culture, with the five-time Olympic rower.
Choking under pressure: Mark Williams
When pressure causes a dramatic drop off in performance.
Connection: Dr Rangan Chatterjee
Exploring why human connection is so vital to our wellbeing.
How our environment shapes us: John McAvoy
Lessons from the ex-armed robber reformed through sport in prison. Photo: James Mitchell.
Exploration: Jos Buttler MBE
Exploring your own limits and learning to trust your own judgement.
Perception: Tatyana McFadden
Choosing an empowering narrative to handle whatever comes your way.
Calming the voice in our head: Ethan Kross
Harnessing the power of the conscious mind and settling inner chatter.
Valuing People: Nigel Pearson
Appreciating people for who they are – not just for what they do.
Kindness: Dr David Hamilton
How being kind can positively impact our health, relationships and the world around us.
Character: Bill Beswick
Taking full responsibility for your life and facing challenges head on.
Self-acceptance: Billy Monger
The power of accepting yourself and letting go of the need for approval.