Mental Wellbeing

Mental Wellbeing2020-10-26T12:58:38+00:00

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Dual careering goes beyond simply studying and competing. Many athletes carry this lifestyle on whilst they forge new careers away from sport. Here you will find what we think you need to know to set up for a successful dual career lifestyle.

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The Benefits of Dual-Careering

Will dual-careering hurt my performance? Short answer - no! There are many physical, mental and performance-based advantages to a dual-career. Many employers, as well as educational institutions, support athletes through a dual-career. Preparing for life after sport shouldn't be a last minute effort and a dual-career will lay the foundation for a secure and fulfilling career outside of and after competition.

Proactive Vs. Reactive

Proactive Vs. Reactive How being proactive can ensure a smooth transition into a successful career. Preparing for your future is just as important as preparing for a big match, find out why.

Overcoming Obstacles

"Everyone knows your so public about good days and bad days, it would effect families when we were having a bad day. All everyone wanted to do was talk to me about cricket and playing for England and especially on the bad days.. because eventually I got dropped. That was quite a bad place, and it felt like my world had ended in a way and it sounds really selfish but that's the sort of bubble that you get yourself in."

Overcoming the Odds

"Do you know the odds of making it professionally?" Professional Cricketer (Sussex Captain) and Ex-England Player Luke Wright, talks about how his response to doubters and how he overcame the odds to make it as a cricketer. 

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