The New Inner Game The Inner Game has grown in recognition over the last forty years. It was the breeding ground for new careers in personal and corporate coaching, and has often been credited as the birthplace of sports psychology. These new professions address a truth that is growing more obvious every day: both human and systemic innovation are essential to progress. But somehow our humanity has been getting lost in the shuffle.
The Inner Game principles themselves have remained constant, simple, and easily effective in an unlimited range of applications over the last four decades, resulting in huge growth for individuals, teams, and organizations alike.
So why the need for The New Inner Game?
The New Inner Game aims to revolutionize the interplay of individual and organizational needs. We are at the cusp of a new economy, one which recognizes that external wealth is nothing without internal prosperity, and contribution to the common good.
AT&T, Apple, Anheuser Busch, IBM, and Rolls Royce took great interest in The Inner Game from the beginning because they recognized its value right away. Now, many leading corporations continue to invent and explore their own ways towards a much-needed harmony between human and organizational needs.
Both Steve Kerr, coach of the Golden State Warriors, and Pete Carroll, coach of the Seattle Seahawks, won big using the principles of The Inner Game. They ran across at different times and used it in different ways, and both enjoy sharing their insights and discoveries within it with each other, but both are rightfully designing and playing their own Inner Game.
Obviously we share much with other human beings, but we are also each unique and will find our own way of navigating a path towards our goals.
The momentum is changing and many innovators are setting their sights on defining and achieving in both domains. Human beings have evolution at their core and the more it grows the more it can grow. Learning to play the Inner Game will give you all the tools you need to start evolving.
Are you ready?