Charlie Unwin: Forget fight or flight, embrace a challenge mindset
The Business Leader Podcast
We sat down with Olympic mental performance coach Charlie Unwin. Unwin was an athlete and platoon commander in Iraq before becoming a mental performance coach for various GB Olympic teams. He is also a speaker and has recently released a book ‘Inside-Out: Train Your Mind and Nerve Like A Champion’, where he shares how anyone can program their mind to achieve their full potential.Here's what we discussed during our discussion:Your new book Inside Out: Train Your Mind and Nerve Like A Champion has recently been released. Would you be able to explain to our listeners what an Inside Out mindset is and what an Outside In mindset is? (0:48)How does the Inside Out mindset differ from an Outside In mindset? (03:24)One of the themes that is integral to this concept is that the quality of practice is more important than the quantity of practice and the goal. How does the Inside Out mindset align with these ideas? (08:47)Is social media stopping us from having an Inside Out mindset? (16:08)Why is our relationships with ourselves important? And how can people make their self-talk better? (21:34)Is the way we are understanding the capacity of our minds is changing? (26:00)Is Virtual Reality a visualisation crutch or tool? (32:11)You speak about approaching adversity with a challenge response as opposed to a fight or flight response. Can you explain what this means? (35:01)Is there a particular story or person that you’ve worked with that are memorable to you? (38:39)Answer the Internet: How can people turn negative things into motivation? (42:14)Be sure to subscribe to the podcast and the Business Leader YouTube channel for more interviews with some of the world’s leading business figures. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
INSIDE OUT written and read by Charlie Unwin - audiobook extract
HodderPod - Hodder books podcast
Discover the techniques that enable elite performers to perform at their best under immense pressure.In any high-pressure environment, from special operations to the operating theatre, you can divide people into two groups—those whose performance is controlled from the outside in and those who control their performance from the inside out.Inside Out is about your ability to achieve incredible things on the outside by paying attention to what's on the inside. In his first ever audiobook, Charlie Unwin shares unparallelled insight into the minds and inner workings of the world's most accomplished performers, including double Olympic champions, special forces soldiers, fighter pilots, surgeons, barristers, chefs, musicians and financial traders.Combining his unique experience as a performance psychologist with a blend of cutting-edge science and conventional wisdom, Charlie takes you on a journey through the three dimensions that shape your inner world—the Thinking Dimension, the Feeling Dimension and the Intuitive Dimension.In doing so, he turns the complexities of neuroscience, stress adaptation and cognitive performance into simple and effective training principles that you can use in your everyday quest for excellence. Inside Out will give you the confidence to do more and go further with what you already have.
The Horse & Hound Podcast 68: Emily Moffitt | Dressage Euros | Latest news | *New* Charlie Unwin
The Horse & Hound Podcast
In our 68th weekly episode of The Horse & Hound Podcast, our podcast host Pippa Roome talks to British showjumper Emily Moffitt about representing Britain at her first championships with her top ride Winning Good. H&H’s dressage editor Polly Bryan and dressage Euros reporter Gemma Redrup discuss the top-class sport in Hagen, before Pippa catches up with H&H’s news team to talk about trailer test changes and a powerful video released World Suicide Prevention Day. Finally, we begin a new advice mini series with mental coach Charlie Unwin, who kicks off by talking about managing your inner game. Let us know what you think
9. Charlie Unwin & Gillian Higgins chat to Jonty Evans about painting horses, rider mindset and their mission to help equestrians learn and grow.
The HorseTribe Podcast
Jonty Evans chats to Charlie Unwin - performance psychologist and Gillian Higgins - anatomy and biomechanics specialist from 'Horses inside out'. They share their joint passion for sharing relatable learning and how they will pass on their experience and knowledge to the HorseFest festival in July at Weston Park. How does an understanding of anatomy and biology help us improve the way we ride, train and manage our horses? How does defining what success looks like, help manage nerves and confidence in riders? It's all touched on in this episode with 2 of the equine industry's foremost experts - as well as hearing what they are looking forward to most about this "Glastonbury with horses"! For more information about HorseFest the festival at Weston Park 23-25 July 2021, visit www.horsefest.org and join our FREE membership group today for 15% off entry tickets by the end of April 2021.
Charlie Unwin, Elite Sport Psychologist talks to Alli Barfoot
Alli Barfoot Equestrian Podcasts
Charlie Unwin talks about his riding journey from first memory on a pony called Tinka, to riding in The Pony Club, the Royal Horse Artillery and playing Polo!! Charlie talks about what is now keeping him busy with training coaches and riders through his Centre10 courses. #GreatBritishPodcast #AlliBarfootPodcast