In this months podcast 'Not Pulling The Trigger' I talk you through a recent coaching intervention with a trader who was having problems pulling the trigger, exploring factors such as clean and dirty emotions, thought defusion, and expsoure and visualisation strategies.
Steve has over twenty years of teaching, training and coaching experience having started out working in sports and performance psychology with elite athletes and teams in over 30 different sports and with high performers in the corporate sector.
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