Lesson series

The Best Cricket Mindset 

Join George, Emma, Tom and Olivia in their journey at a professional academy learning how to be a cricketer. Get access to inside information tips and mental training that can create your best cricket mindset and transform your performances. The course is based on the framework of psychology created by Lee Richardson (Lancs CCC).  
Become a better Cricketer .


  • 8 Modules
  • 1 Certificate
  • 50 Questions
  • 15 Video
  • 8 PDF
  • 40 Audio

Develop your mind game

Develop the right cricket mentality using the same information used by cricket professionals and internationals.

Revisit as often as you like so that the understanding becomes second nature. 

Apply your knowledge

Fun engaging online course that will help you to learn how to put the ideas presented into action and to use consistently to improve your performances.

Play your best game more frequently.

Our students love us

I like how there was a lot of information in such a short lesson, but i did not feel overwhelmed by the information. 
jorge u18
I liked how the course was very specific to cricket and how it identified different situations. This will definitely help me out when I get into those situations myself, which I think I will encounter later on in my journey. 
Nick U18
It was interactive and their were questions relating to me at the moment and also different and like scenarios. Really helpful content too. 
Alice u18
Meet the 4 PILLARS Creator

Lee Richardson

Using Lee’s experiential and academic knowledge of psychology and sport combined with brother Nick’s expertise in education and technology and they began creating psychological and technological solutions to improve the performance, well-being and mental health of their clients.
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