S2 EPISODE 35 - Sport Psychology, Energy Management & The Champion’s Mindset w/ Dr. Peter Jensen PhD

Season 2 Episode 35, Dr. Bubbs interviews renowned sport psychologist Dr. Peter Jensen PhD. In this episode, Dr. Jensen will discuss his first experiences working at the Olympic Games, what stood out and how sport psychology has evolved over the last three decades. He’ll also discuss the key role of energy management in elite performance: what it is, why it’s important and how it plays a fundamental role in your ability to react and respond to stress. He’ll outline how energy management is different from time-management and the value of pressure for performance. Dr. Jensen will also highlight energy drains on the body, how reframing and breath-work are powerful tools to control energy management, what stress and anxiety do to attentional focus and how imagery and emotions are the fast-track to the brain. Phenomenal insights from a world-leader in sport psychology! 

Lay-Ups In This Episode

1)    Ability to build relationship and connect with people is really critical, really critical.

2)    When arousal levels are high – attentional focus narrows.

3)    Reframing and breathwork are strategies to control energy levels.

Peter’s Latest Book

Thriving in a 24/7 World

About Dr. Peter Jensen PhD

Dr. Jensen holds a PhD. in Sport Psychology. An authority on leadership, he is a renowned innovator - bringing coaching and personal high performance to corporations worldwide. Peter has attended nine Olympic games as a member of the Canadian Olympic team and has helped numerous athletes achieve high performance levels under intense pressure. With the world of Olympic level sport as a laboratory, he has developed a deep understanding of what it takes to be a successful leader of high performers.

Peter is a top-rated instructor in seven programs at the Queen's Smith School of Business. He also helped design the Queen's Executive Leadership Program. He is a founding director of Performance Coaching Inc., one of Canada's leading corporate training firms. Fortune 500 companies in eight countries have benefited from Peter's programs.

Peter has written three books: The Inside EdgeIgnite the Third Factor, and, most recently, Thriving in a 24-7 World - a compelling look at how everyone can use the skills of energy management to enhance personal resilience under pressure. His work has been featured on ABC, CBS, CBC, CTV and in a wide array of print media in North America and Europe. Peter's clients include BP, Nexen, Syncrude, Labatt, Hydro One, CCMD, RCMP, GE Capital, Maclean's and Royal Bank.