A decade-long search, which included two masters degrees, lead Paddy to eventually discover what he was looking for – modern-day best-practice in leading sports performance.
His early reward was to have the majority of sports administrators and coaches disregard his work, as they held onto more traditional methods.
Being told “that won’t work” served to motivate Paddy to the point where he is currently recognised as one of the most innovative coaches in the world.
He is currently mental coach to professional athletes from multiple sporting codes, leadership coach to business executives and teams, a professional speaker and Head Coach in three of the worlds premier T20 cricket tournaments, in India (IPL), Australia (BBL) and Dubai (PSL).
Paddy claims he does all this to support his surfing, stand-up paddling and fishing habits.
Some of his diverse accomplishments include:
- Helping lead the Indian Cricket Team to become the World’s No. 1 Test Team, and then to win the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2011
- Helping lead the South African Cricket Team to become the first to simultaneously hold the World No. 1 ranking in all three formats of the game
- As Head Coach, leading Rajasthan Royals (Indian Premier League) from the bottom of the log to 2nd place in the Champions League, within one 10-week season
- As Head Coach, leading Sydney Thunder (Australian Big Bash League) to BBL Champions in 2016
- He is currently Head Coach of teams in three global T20 cricket tournaments, Delhi Daredevils (IPL), Sydney Thunder (BBL), and the Lahore Qalandars (PSL)
- Delivered over 100 keynote and conference talks globally, on leadership and high performance
- Coaching business executives and teams in leading corporations across most industries
- Mental game coaching of professional and international athletes from over ten different sports
- Being awarded four degrees, including two Master’s degrees, in Sport Science and in Executive Coaching
- Paddy is passionate about surfing, stand-up paddling and fishing