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Ride & Thrive with GRIT
Tue 20th November 2018
One event on Tue 4th December 2018 at 12:00am
One event on Tue 8th January 2019 at 12:00am
One event on Tue 12th February 2019 at 12:00am
One event on Tue 19th March 2019 at 12:00am
One event on Tue 16th April 2019 at 12:00am
Why you need it and how you develop it
If self doubt and fear of failure is greater than your desire to succeed, you’ve set yourself up for failure already. GRIT helps you develop a picture of personal success and the skills to achieve this.
Who is Ride & Thrive for?
The programme is for riders, coaches, mentors and those who create environments for riders to thrive.
So what is G.R.I.T ?
It is an innovative programme that builds rider resilience and inspires talent development. It is facilitated by a team with international equestrian and multi-sport expertise.
To perform and achieve, requires ‘grit’. This is a sense of purpose, courage, determination, focus and resilience.
G.R.I.T. is a fusion of real world sporting experiences with cutting edge science (research) from the new and potent disciplines of applied positive psychology, positive psychotherapy and performance psychology.
6 days over 6 months. Each day will excite & stretch, challenge & support.G.R.I.T. is a flexible, participant-led programme. There are take-away resources, readings and challenges to reflect upon.
Each day will be delivered by Prof. Tony Ghaye and he will be assisted by one of the coaching team.
The inaugural course details:
Course dates: (Days 1-6): 20 November, 4 December 2018. 8 January, 12 February, 19 March, 16 April 2019.
Course Fee: All 6 days – £360. Alternatively, should you wish to book specific days, please quote which day you would like to attend (1-6) and these may be booked at £75pp per day.
Course location: This is a classroom based course (therefore unmounted) to be held at Moreton Morrell College, Equine Reception Room. CV35 9BP.
Tea & Coffee will be provided, please bring your own lunch.
There are take-away resources, readings and challenges to reflect upon.