Richard is an accomplished performance coach who has helped elite athletes win medals and business leaders overcome corporate and personal challenges.

Combining 30 years of expertise and credentials in sport psychology, education and business, Richard has coached athletes and leaders on how to succeed under pressure at the highest levels.

Richard helps his clients unlock their potential and maximize their performance in their chosen field.

Improving performance is complex. It can be stressful. Richard helps to make the process simple and successful.

An expert on the science and art of performance across many disciplines, Richard will help you be purposeful in their quest for success.

Through his Purpose Mapping, you will discover:

  1. True purpose— a powerful and streamlined expression of the success you desire.
  2. The critical success factors you need to deliver on your purpose.
  3. The specific behaviours required to achieve your success factors.
  4. The exact measures that will demonstrate your ultimate success.

Richard has coached and consulted with organizational leaders in many industries. Richard has also coached many elite athletes to improve their mental game: World champion ski racer Eric Guay, X-Games champion Spencer O’brien, and Olympic Champion Justin Kripps, and also specializes in coaching young rising athletes like Molly Simpson, Canadian BMX champion.

Richard helped see my mind as a tool, a tool that I could train and sharpen, just like my physical and technical abilities. This allowed me to improve further and perform at my potential in the latter stages of my career, and win a second world championship.
Erik Guay,
World cup and World Champion ski racer


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    Tom Morrison once showed the potential to become a great professional golfer. Now, years after abandoning his playing career, he goes on a quest to discover the secrets of one of golf’s most extraordinary performers, the legendary Irving Pirsig. From his perspective as an Olympic sport psychology coach and a single digit handicap, Monette’s novel will entertain and inspire all golfers.

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