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Welcome to Mental Training for Optimal Performance and Wellbeing, a place where you get to embrace change, act despite fear, and realise your boldest goals.

My name is Aleks and I empower leaders and teams to develop mental skills and mindset for exceptional results, be at their best more consistently and live life more fully.

I work with elite performers in business and sports, expatriates and LGBTQ+ representatives.

… the most common challenges I help with are:

  • Imposter syndrome 

  • Procrastination 

  • Lost motivation

  • Experience of anxiety, stress, burnout and being overwhelmed

  • Social exclusion and the experience of loneliness

  • Dealing with a public criticism

  • Self-management in transition

  • Managing adversity 

  • Work-life integration

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… the Mental Training Method is based on 5 pillars


what makes this approach unique?

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My method transforms and sustains optimal performance in an unconventional way by:

  • Incorporating a deep understanding of leadership and sports psychology, human behaviour, and the neuroscience of learning

  • Leveraging scientifically backed, powerful techniques used in sports and business

  • Creating visceral experiences to shift the mindset and enable vertical development

  • Harnessing the wealth of leadership and organisational effectiveness experience gained in global matrix organisations across multiple industries

… which unlocks a multitude of benefits like:

  • Enduring optimal performance

  • Fortified resilience

  • Increased confidence

  • Ability to stay focused when it matters most

  • Maintaining wellbeing

  • A cohesive team mindset

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… mental training for you

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"I think that everything is possible as long as you put your mind to it and you put the work and time into it. I think your mind really controls everything." (Michael Phelps)

It is hard enough to get to the top, but staying there is even harder. How do you become an elite performer and once you get there, how do you motivate yourself to ‘win’ the next time, especially now that you have become the benchmark? How do you keep reinventing yourself to maintain the competitive edge?

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“I’m not afraid of death. It’s just that I don’t want to be there when it happens.” (Woody Allen)

Change is inevitable and yet, we often struggle to transition effectively through change, even when we sign up for it. As an expatriate who took a career leap, made a significant job progression (from local to global), and went through some difficult life events, I know what it's like to feel alone, lost in transition, emotionally drained and exhausted… And that’s exactly what drives me to help others transition through change in their life more effectively, strengthening confidence and resilience to ‘win’.


… mental training for organisations

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You don't always need all-day training to empower people to shift their mindset for better outcomes. Nourish your brain workshop provides a strong dose of motivation and inspiration as well as practical tips to be used in everyday life. It is based on scientifically backed, powerful techniques used by elite athletes in sports and business.

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When a football player scores and there is a celebration moment happening on the field, it might appear to the crowd that the team is celebrating the goal scorer. However, what the team is really celebrating is every player, every coach, every practice, every sprint, every failure and all the hard work that this one single goal represents. This is what it means to be a winning team in business and sports.



Hi, I am a certified Mental Performance and Executive Coach with nearly two decades of corporate experience in matrix organisations across multiple industries, and sports practice.

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Here are a few highlights about me:

  • 4 countries lived and worked in: Poland, the US, the UK and now the Netherlands;

  • Worked for companies like Boeing; Jeppesen, a Boeing company; Thomson Reuters; Marriott;

  • In 2021 made a career leap by exiting the corporate world and becoming an independent consultant and coach;

  • Working with senior leaders from more than 35 countries, including those based in the least developed African regions;

  • A member of the Mental Trainer Supervision programme to continuously develop myself and stay up to date with new scientific findings;

  • Supporting corporate organisations and also small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs).

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trusted by...

4 key values that I care deeply about:

commitment I unconventional and accessible solutions I partnership I integrity

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making a positive change together…

Through a collaboration with me, you support one of the following organisations:

5% of the income gets donated to a chosen foundation.


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