In our first session, I’ll start off by asking a number of follow-up questions to make sure that I understand the issues correctly and then we’ll start working on the solution. Since often having the right information is enough to make solid improvement, the solution means having some basic theory along with the practical steps-by-step.
The sessions to follow are scheduled according to the package you selected; although the general purpose is the same – do what’s necessary to achieve your goals. If you’d like to know a common schedule for either program or if you’d like to know more about the specifics of what these sessions are like feel free to send me an email. You can also check out, a series of articles written by Barry Carter, a writer for UK Pokernews, he wrote documenting his experience working with me. You can find them at the bottom of this page.
The questionnaire is designed to make our time more efficient. Since all of what I do is based on the information you give me, the quality of that information is of great importance. I found that when asking players all these questions in a session they tended to be unknowingly biased towards recent events and often leave out important pieces of the issue. The questionnaire is a great way to avoid that, but it isn’t the only way.
My videos provide a lot of the same basic material that I use in my coaching sessions, and have helped thousands of members over the past couple years. There’s a ton of good information in them, and just require more work on your own.
You’d be surprised how much we can talk about in an hour, especially since solving mental game issues requires that we look at many sides of the problem and the solution. My job isn’t to tell you what to do, my first job is to understand your issues well enough to know how I can help. That means I’m asking a lot of questions, and getting you to think in ways that you normally wouldn’t about the mental game. A lot of times clients are able to figure out their own solutions once the situation is viewed in another way. Other times I’m filling in what they missed, and sometimes I’m telling them specifically what to do.