John Morrison

John Morrison – Facing up to your fears

John Morrison said that one to one meetings with players helped him to overcome his fear

John Morrison said that one to one meetings with players helped him to overcome his fear

If we are to truly improve then we must face our fears.

That’s the message in John Morrison’s Gaelic Life Column this week.

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Morrison believes that players who understand their fears and limitations, and then face them will soon overcome those fears and progress.

He believes this because he has personal experience.

“When I was a young coach I was in awe of the best players, afraid of them.

“I made myself face my fear and coach the players in one-to-one clinics. That way I learned much from the players and from myself, and now I treasure one-to-one sessions.”

Read the full article in the current issue of Gaelic Life. You can buy the online edition here

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