Sideline Sisters

16 - Shawnee Harle talks about FOPO and how to fight the inner critic

April 03, 2024 Jenny Cheifetz Season 1 Episode 16
16 - Shawnee Harle talks about FOPO and how to fight the inner critic
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Sideline Sisters
16 - Shawnee Harle talks about FOPO and how to fight the inner critic
Apr 03, 2024 Season 1 Episode 16
Jenny Cheifetz

Shawnee Harle is a mental toughness coach who helps athletes make sense of what's going on in their head, cut through the noise, and unleash their inner tiger. She helps them figure out what to do with how they feel so they show up with courage and confidence when it matters most. And because it takes a village, Shawnee also works with their parents. She trains coaches, leaders, managers, teachers, employees, students, and young adults to strike the match and ignite the leader within. 
She has 27 years of elite coaching and leadership experience, she is a  2X Olympian as the former Assistant Coach for Team Canada Basketball, she has a Masters Degree in Coaching Studies, she is a Chartered Professional Coach (ChPC) with Coaching Association of Canada, and she is a Master Coach Developer and Master Learning Facilitator with National Coaching Certification Program.

Shawnee's Notes from the Sidelines:

  1. Athletics and fandom are a melting pot.
  2. Competition allows us to show up for an opponent, but more importantly, for ourselves.
  3. Negative narratives get created from fear - fear of people's opinions (FOPO). Her 3-step process to managing FOPO is:
    1. have an opinion about the opinion.
    2. pull the rope back.
    3. how would you play if you didn't care?
  4. "When you worry too much what others think, you will always be their prisoner." In response to that, she suggests adding some F-You sauce.
  5. The opposite of judgement is forgiveness. Forgiveness is the missing piece to bouncing back in sport.

www.shawneeharle.com
@shawneeharle

Check out https://www.jentlecoaching.com for more information about Jentle Coaching.
And be sure to follow @jentlecoaching on Instagram to stay up-to-date on all the latest news/offers.
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Book a DISCOVERY CALL with Jenny from Jentle Coaching to get information about coaching and breathwork services.
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**The information provided on this podcast does not, and is not intended to constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only. Messages and discussions on this podcast may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. This podcast contains links to other third party websites. Such links are only for the convenience and enjoyment of the reader, user, or browser.

Show Notes

Shawnee Harle is a mental toughness coach who helps athletes make sense of what's going on in their head, cut through the noise, and unleash their inner tiger. She helps them figure out what to do with how they feel so they show up with courage and confidence when it matters most. And because it takes a village, Shawnee also works with their parents. She trains coaches, leaders, managers, teachers, employees, students, and young adults to strike the match and ignite the leader within. 
She has 27 years of elite coaching and leadership experience, she is a  2X Olympian as the former Assistant Coach for Team Canada Basketball, she has a Masters Degree in Coaching Studies, she is a Chartered Professional Coach (ChPC) with Coaching Association of Canada, and she is a Master Coach Developer and Master Learning Facilitator with National Coaching Certification Program.

Shawnee's Notes from the Sidelines:

  1. Athletics and fandom are a melting pot.
  2. Competition allows us to show up for an opponent, but more importantly, for ourselves.
  3. Negative narratives get created from fear - fear of people's opinions (FOPO). Her 3-step process to managing FOPO is:
    1. have an opinion about the opinion.
    2. pull the rope back.
    3. how would you play if you didn't care?
  4. "When you worry too much what others think, you will always be their prisoner." In response to that, she suggests adding some F-You sauce.
  5. The opposite of judgement is forgiveness. Forgiveness is the missing piece to bouncing back in sport.

www.shawneeharle.com
@shawneeharle

Check out https://www.jentlecoaching.com for more information about Jentle Coaching.
And be sure to follow @jentlecoaching on Instagram to stay up-to-date on all the latest news/offers.
Join the Sideline Sisters Facebook Group and be a part of our growing community.
Book a DISCOVERY CALL with Jenny from Jentle Coaching to get information about coaching and breathwork services.
Download Jenny's FREE MEDITATION

Sign up for Podcast like a Mother: Podcast Creation Course

**The information provided on this podcast does not, and is not intended to constitute legal advice; instead, all information, content, and materials available on this site are for general informational purposes only. Messages and discussions on this podcast may not constitute the most up-to-date legal or other information. This podcast contains links to other third party websites. Such links are only for the convenience and enjoyment of the reader, user, or browser.