Piers was a soccer coach at the high school, club, collegiate and semi-professional levels for eight years before officially turning his focus to the mental game. Since then, he has been helping individuals and teams improve their performance through research-based mental skills, resilience, leadership and team dynamics training.
Piers works with performers in many different disciplines including: multi-sport athletes, soccer teams, Ultimate teams, parents and coaches; U.S. Army Soldiers, Wounded Warriors, civilians, and family members; law enforcement officers, firefighters, and nurses; business executives, and corporate teams.
A Colorado native and competitive athlete, Piers was a ski racer, golfer, collegiate and semi-pro soccer player and nationally competitive Ultimate player. He currently enjoys trail running, strength training, hiking, skiing, Ultimate, and golf.
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I believe that humans have an innate desire to be better, to maximize our potential. As humans, we have a desire to learn and grow, to perform better in work, school, or athletics, to live better, be a better leader or have better relationships. I also believe that 'better' is always possible no matter how good we already are - that we all have some untouched, untapped potential.
While sometimes performers can discover and unlock that potential on our own, there are other times when we need a little outside help or inspiration to unlock and unleash that potential. At Performance Colorado, we thrive on providing that outside help - that nudge people need to unlock their own potential.
Collaboration, trust and inspiration combined with research-based sport psychology, leadership, and resilience training allows individuals and teams to improve performance, achieve goals, and thrive.
Anyone can become better if they want to, regardless of age or performance domain - sometimes it just takes a little help.