Marisa Peer, hypnotherapist and psychotherapist for some of the world's best sporting talent discussing the England cricket team’s dismal performance in ashes series says the key to success is all “in the head”.
"So you have to believe winning is everything. In sport you don't remember who comes second. It's a shame because English sports people don't believe in themselves enough.
"When they do well they think it's a fluke and not down to their phenomenal skills. It's the belief system that makes people outstanding."
Sounds disturbingly similar to the Indian cricket team’s mental make up.
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