Control your focus and concentration
Develop a winning pre-shot routine in sport
Improve your memory and mental skills
Increase your reading speed
Learn information faster and increase your IQ
Reduce nervous stress
You have both hardware (your brain) and software (skills of memory etc). What makes this training unique is you learn how to use your brain before we teach you the mental skills you desire. We design the training to suit your schedule and individual needs.
Your brain weighs
It makes up
But it uses
Your brain has
It generates approximately
A leading authority on mental fitness training, Henry is an advisor to high performance individuals, corporations and top sports personalities. His clients have achieved great success in their respective fields.
Henry has won titles in various mind sports, with a Silver Medal in the World Championships for Creative Thinking and a Bronze Medal in the Speed Reading World Championships.
His sports clients have won more than 30 major international titles, including two Olympic Gold Medals (Sydney 2000 & Beijing 2008). Beyond his sport clients, Henry works with top executives from many Fortune 500 / FTSE 100 companies, entrepreneurs and also with high-profile personalities.
Regularly interviewed or quoted in the media on issues relating to human performance and mental fitness, Henry also features on BBC TV news and has a regular programme on BBC Radio.
To discuss how Henry can help you, contact his office.
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