- 6-week laser focus training
- Exercises to boost your results
- Concentration made practical
- Learn from world-class performers
- 65+ videos
Barbara Hannigan, world-class soprano and conductor,
Grammy Award winner 2018
Pieter van den Hoogenband, triple Olympic Gold medalist,
100 and 200 meters freestyle swimming.
Chef de Mission NL for the Tokyo Olympics 2020.
Sjef van den Berg, Olympic archer, 2018 World Champion
I used to think beating myself up was essential to my self-improvement. Friendly Eyes has shown me how my negativity was blocking me from truly focusing and realising my potential. These simple, well structured programs helped me develop many concentration/self-talk/meditation concepts which I had come across through my voice lessons and yoga. Silence is precious, especially in this buzzing world of ours, and I’m curious to see what else it will reveal to me with time. Jackie & team – THANK YOU!
Friendly Eyes has changed my life. It is now easier and more fun to reach my goals in life. There are many programs out there, I myself have gone through at least 3 different ones. But Friendly Eyes is the simplest I have encountered, with fast results. If everyone was trained with friendly eyes, we would have a happier, healthier world. Embrace the struggle, embrace the commitment and you will not regret it! #hi5!
Friendly Eyes explore and gives advice in a brilliant way on how to keep focus when your mind is doing all it can to disturb you. The practical examples and the tools are productive for our own development, and well anchored in valid scientific knowledge and practice. It has helped me a lot, and I have recommended it to a lot of friends in different life situations, younger and older.
I have finished Friendly Eyes Discovery and what a great experience. I learned so much but also know that I will return to it as there is still lots to discover. For me the phrase that springs to mind is “Rome wasn’t built in a day”- its an ongoing journey of self discovery and one well worth taking! Check it out
Mindset: A mental guide for sport provides a deep insight to the mental side of sport and a guideline on how to handle pressure, overcome ego and control emotion. My daughter is 12 years old, she started playing tennis at age 6. Almost every time playing a tournament, she is very nervous, her mind is often full of doubt and frustration. After reading the book, I realized she was playing against three opponents – the opponent of her tennis match, herself and her dad – I always thought tennis is about winning the match and you can only be either a loser or a winner. After reading the book, I realized as a tennis dad, in order to help my daughter becoming a good tennis player, she and myself have to first become ‘action thinkers’, meaning focusing on the moment and process. You may always win and may win the match once and sometimes twice with the mindset method and friendly eyes. Ren Recreational Tennis Player & Tennis Dad for my daughter Victoria
‘Friendly Eyes’ changed my life. I learned about it more than ten years ago and it has positively changed my private life and my work as a coach. The tools and exercises helped me to become aware of my ‘mindset’. I realised how judgmental I often was towards myself. Thanks to Friendly Eyes I was able to move from judging into kindness. This makes a world of difference! The learning never stops, even after having watched Discover many times, I keep on discovering new things about myself. But it has been just as important in my work, I can directly help students in their mental game because the exercises are super practical. And they’re great fun to do, no matter your age!
3 years ago I had the opportunity to work with Jackie for 3 days, it has become the 3 strongest training days in my professional career. Every day I get back to what I have discovered there. I did the Friendly Eyes 3 month meditation course and this taught me to look with compassion and friendly eyes to my own and other people’s actions. I highly recommend the Friendly Eyes courses.
Friendly Eyes has meant a lot to me. It is very practical and I apply it daily. Friendly eyes, good mistakes and no judgment have made me different in my daily life. I also give ‘friendly eyes’ training to young football players and students to learn how to focus and look at themselves without judgment. Friendly eyes can be an enrichment for your daily life.
Enriching life lessons for everyone. Both on the sportfields as in everyday life. I love the inspirational insights and challenges Jackie offers every time. Take the time to dive into this. I’m positive it will bring you as much as it still does to me!
Over the past 10 years, I have found Jackie Reardon’s Mindset book and its practical methodology/ application extremely helpful in becoming more successful as a tennis coach in assisting young competitive juniors develop their mental skills to assist with their performances. Her follow up web-site of FRIENDLY EYES is a remarkable progression that I highly recommend to everyone. I can watch the clippings over and over and it’s also helps with reinforcing its practical application and training on a daily basis with the players. They are learning so much better how to put “Friendly Eyes” into practise and to recognise “Story Thinking” and how to train for “Action Thinking” using her pillars to train awareness and self- management. I have certainly seen great improvement in their concentration skills and staying in the moment, dealing better with the pressures of competition and coping better with their emotions and mistake management using her suggested instruments. Seeing and hearing the video clips of elite athletes and highly successful artists lends huge credibility and in turn this also helps tremendously with developing their own improved court presence and inner calmness.