This article written by Professor David Megginson in the Executive Coaching Solutions’s Blog quotes Tim Gallwey’s book here:
Timothy Gallwey quotes
Gallwey is the acknowledged master of the performance coaches. He is surprisingly light on goals and his book (1975/1986) is full of remarks such as, ‘simply involved in the exploration of his latent capacities’ (p110); ‘time competition is identical with true co-operation’ (p112). Gallwey focuses on dealing with ‘freak-outs’, of which, he says, ‘there are three kinds: regret about past events; fear or uncertainty about the future; and dislike of a present event or situation’ (p116).
You can read the entire article, “Should Performance Coaches Focus on Performance?” here.