Our world changed irreparably early this year (2020) when coronavirus spread across the planet, and as the devastation raged through countries and continents like wildfire; the fear, distress, and panic set in and our lives were instantly and drastically altered.
Check out Quality Mind CEO Richard Maloney’s interview on the Today show in Australia! In the interview he talks about the undeniable link between psychology and elite performance in athletes. This includes the negative effects of prolonged stress on the human body, and how this can throw an athlete off rhythm, as well as how emotions ranging from happiness to self-doubt all have physical effects.
In early February 2020, Quality Mind CEO, Richard Maloney, caught up with Grubby from 3AW, one of Australia’s top AM radio stations. Over the short spot, they discuss sports psychology tips, athletic anxiety and burnout, as well as mental health and its relationship with success in professional sport. Watch the video below to hear the whole segment!
Quality Mind Founder, Richard Maloney randomly selects people from all walks of life to interview so we can all learn more about their journey to date. Today's 'Quality Conversation' is with a global master business coach, Bruce Wilson.
His work has appeared in the New York Times, Entrepreneur, Time, and on CBS This Morning. His website receives millions of visitors each month and hundreds of thousands subscribe to his popular email newsletter at jamesclear.com.
Come and hear how Shaun Higgins turned his career around with Quality Mind's Championship performance model.
Hear from Shaun himself and his Mind Mentor CEO and Founder of Quality Mind, Richard Maloney.
Tiarna Ernst from the Western Bulldogs will also be sharing the massive impact the same Quality Mind system has had on both her football career and career in the medical profession.
Aimed at 16 y/o plus players and coaches - from local through to professional AFL clubs.
Dr. Joe Dispenza is a New York Times bestselling author, researcher and world-renown lecturer. He has taught and spoken worldwide on how to rewire the brain and recondition the body to make changes that last. In this exclusive interview with Rose Caiola, Joe defines what intention really is and how to pursue your goals while being surrendered in the process.
As a lecturer and educator, he is driven by the conviction that each of us has the potential for greatness and unlimited abilities. In his easy-to-understand, encouraging, and compassionate style, he has educated thousands of people, detailing how they can rewire their brains and recondition their bodies to make lasting changes.
As a researcher, Dr. Joe’s passion can be found at the intersection of the latest findings from the fields of neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics to explore the science behind spontaneous remissions. He uses that knowledge to help people heal themselves of illnesses, chronic conditions, and even terminal diseases so they can enjoy a more fulfilled and happy life, as well as evolve their consciousness.
The mind is so much more powerful than we give it credit for. Be ready to open your mind, learn how to be present, and heal yourself permanently
There are admittedly quite a few viable and valid answers to consider. But, the one Angel and I have found to be most common through a decade of one-on-one coaching with our course students and live event attendees is the tendency we all have of putting ourselves at the center, and seeing everything—every event, conversation, circumstance, etc.—from the viewpoint of how it relates to us on a personal level. And this can have all kinds of adverse effects, from feeling hurt when other people are rude, to feeling sorry for ourselves when things don’t go exactly as planned, to doubting ourselves when we aren’t perfect....
Wendy Suzuki is researching the science behind the extraordinary, life-changing effects that physical activity can have on the most important organ in your body: your brain.
What's the most transformative thing that you can do for your brain today? Exercise! says neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki. Get inspired to go to the gym as Suzuki discusses the science of how working out boosts your mood and memory -- and protects your brain against neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's.
Simple, profound truths are the realm of this Buddhist nun. Her message? The gift of happiness truly lies within our own hearts and minds. Gen Kelsang Nyema, exuding a peacefulness that immediately connects with the audience, starts by asking three questions: Are you having a good day? Why? Tomorrow, would you rather have a good day or a bad day? She teaches that we cannot put our happiness at the whim of other people and of circumstances. If we want to be happy, we have to "stop outsourcing our happiness to other people" and cultivate a source of inner peace. What happens next is quite astounding. The whole crowd of 350+ people proceeds to meditate with Nyema. There's a little squirming at first, but as she leads the audience through a calm citation of how to rest the mind, audience members feel a collective relaxation flow into the room and through the people. Fascinating! Refreshing.
Be sure to check out our new QM website as it will promote our new Mind Mentor's as they arrive.
Should you want to be a Mind Mentor you will need to successfully complete a 12 month Quality Mind program.
Then you can apply.
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My best friend of 37 years, Jason Swain, tells his epic story of how he hit rock bottom at the age of 18 when he started dealing with severe panic attacks, depression and anxiety and then how some 20 years later he was finally was able to remove the dark clouds with the aid of the Quality Mind system. This is where the Quality Mind journey began in 1998 where I was so worried about Jase. His pain began my life long journey to heal him. So I ventured far and wide for the last 20 years to help him remove his mind struggles (and mine as well, but not to Jason's degree). Jason's story is also my story, as he allowed me to go on the search and uncover the QM system that gave him back his life and his future. This is his short story.
In elite sport, an athlete's performance is frequently reviewed and scrutinised accordingly. The pressure to consistently perform is extraordinary and only those with the strongest bodies and minds will prevail
No matter how good the racer, no one can win driving a bad car. This is exactly the relationship between a team member and a team, and recruiters are now hiring with this in mind, writes Richard Maloney.