High Performance, Wellbeing and Valued Action with Annie Flamsteed

June 11th, 2018 · 43 mins 40 secs

About this Episode

I’m really excited about this episode today because our guest has been a long time listener of the Do Life Better podcast and now has the chance to share her inspiring story with all of you and give you heaps of practical tips that you can implement immediately.

Have you ever wanted to create a greater sense of balance in your overall wellbeing, but weren’t sure how or what to monitor and change? Are you wanting to perform at your peak, but struggle getting there consistently? Today’s guest can help you. Annie Flamsteed is a young entrepreneur who’s turned her experience of the ups and downs that come with being a high performing athlete into a business designed to help young athletes perform at their peak, not just in the arena but all aspects of their life. Whether you are an athlete, business person, student, or anyone else trying to do your life even better, this chat with Annie is full of tips and strategies that will help you perform at your best. So, I hope you enjoy this chat with Annie Flamsteed.

Some of the topics we discuss are:

  • What was it like growing up as a high level gymnast with the pressures associated with social media starting to become more popular?

  • The struggles many athletes face outside of training and competing

  • What’s important about tracking your wellbeing daily and how can we do it?

  • What are some of the key things we should be doing daily to increase our wellbeing?

  • What makes overall wellbeing so important for athletes and high performers?

  • What are your best tips or advice for athletes or anyone else wanting to improve their wellbeing?

You can contact Annie on instagram at @inspiresport.aus and on www.inspiresport.com.

Annie’s challenge for the week: create your four boxes of success. In each box, firstly write down one main thing you value in your life. Secondly, in these boxes write down the three things you will achieve today. Let this be your ‘To Do’ list for the day. And then write, “Would I say this to my friend” as a reminder to be kind to yourself.

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