Lack of confidence is a hot topic in elite sport, as soon as players are inconsistent in their performance, or under-achieve, suddenly you believe you are weak minded, and there is a ‘confidence’ issue, but is this true? How is it youngsters are highly willing and able, totally unrestricted, in their endeavours to play their sport, yet somewhere in maturing into adulthood, they lose all their natural capacity to ‘just play’? What if there is no ‘lack of’ anything? What if, the only thing happening is that your innate source and spirit to perform is simply covered up by transient ‘thinking’, which doesn’t serve you? You don’t need to ‘find’ so-called confidence; you already have all you need already wired into the human system. It is a matter of subtraction, not addition.