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Sport Believe it or not: 'Coach whisperer' Bradley Charles Stubbs shares his secrets

19:31  07 december  2019
19:31  07 december  2019 Source:   brisbanetimes.com.au

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The methods of ' coach whisperer ' Bradley Charles Stubbs have been a closely guarded secret . It was a concept Stubbs attempted to impress upon his first client of note, Michael Maguire. Despite not having an appointment, Stubbs soon found himself in the office of the then-South Sydney coach .

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Bradley Charles Stubbs calls it "believership". It is a term he coined to describe an unshakable faith in one’s purpose, a force strong enough to make the seemingly impossible possible. It was a concept Stubbs attempted to impress upon his first client of note, Michael Maguire.

They met for the first time in May of 2014. Despite not having an appointment, Stubbs soon found himself in the office of the then-South Sydney coach. "Madge" had earned a reputation for not suffering fools, so Stubbs didn’t have long to make an impression.

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They spoke about belief. About making the impossible happen. And to reinforce his point, just minutes into their first encounter, Stubbs climbed onto one of the office chairs and bellowed: "2014 grand final winning team, South Sydney! Done. Done. Done."

It left some impression. Maguire had seemingly bought in. As unlikely as it seemed – the Rabbitohs hadn’t won a grand final in 43 years – Stubbs had found his way into the inner sanctum and the pair embarked upon on their mission.

The relationship paid early dividends, bringing four straight wins. Then the side struck turbulence. A loss to Cowboys became consecutive defeats when they went down to the lowly Titans in round 17. For Stubbs, the alarm bells were ringing. He had created a program for success, but felt it wasn’t being followed to the letter.

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It raised the one crucial question: Did Maguire really believe?

"People say I’m crazy, but I needed to get a commitment off him," says Stubbs. "Is he in?"

So Stubbs dialled Maguire’s number.

"The problem is in the mirror," Stubbs told him. "If I am going to work with you and I’m prepared to win the 2014 grand final, I’m prepared to cut my left little finger off [if we don’t]."

Maguire’s response?

"He said to me: 'So will I'."

History will show that both men retain all of their digits. Instead of lopping off his pinkie finger, Maguire added a premiership ring to the one next to it. Rugby league’s longest drought between premierships was broken.

And it marked the arrival of "the coach whisperer".

Stubbs tells this story in the offices of Succession Plus during a luncheon on Thursday. The firm’s founder, Stubbs' client Craig West, has invited a select group of clients and business leaders to hear Stubbs explain the secrets of his success. It is a rare peak behind the curtain and The Sun-Herald was also been granted a seat at the "Expect to win program", one which the invite states "Drives the drivers, leads the leaders, coaches the coaches and mentors the mentors".

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It is the first such media request Stubbs has granted since gaining notoriety via associations with sporting coaches including Maguire, Trent Robinson, Graham Arnold, Michael Cheika and Eddie Jones. At the height of each coach’s success, Stubbs has been the common denominator.

The gathering provides a rare opportunity to add to the few publicly available facts known about the mysterious mentor: that he wanted to be a professional surfer; that his career was cruelly ended when he was involved in a car accident; that he was admitted to a psychiatric ward when he failed to deal with the setback.

"One day I woke up, I was in a padded cell, a straight jacket, the whole lot," Stubbs says. "You’re listening to the first person who has broke out of two psychiatric clinics. Back then, they used to call you a looney. They still call me that now.

"What I learnt in the most difficult time in my life was to find miracles. I’ve gone onto commercialise the knowledge and share it with some of the biggest coaches in the world."

Indeed, wherever Stubbs has gone, success has followed. It has come without any university degrees, the knowledge instead garnered by studying the subconscious mind over the past 38 years. "BCS" has taught himself to listen to the universe and to mind his words, because words have energy. Words like "want" and "hope" are banned, replaced by positive affirmations, phrases and actions.

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"How many coaches do you hear [say] we want to make the top eight?" he says. "Sack the CEO that just hired him and sack the coach.

"When you hear ‘we’re doing a rebuild’. A rebuild! ‘So pay me for a certain amount of time because we’re going to be losers, but pay me because I’m the rebuild man.’

"They pay people money to be losers. Is that insane? You can make a lot of money being a loser."

Stubbs claims he can also sense a change in a person’s energy and predict the effects it will have on results. A case in point, he says, was the decision of England coach Jones to bring Canberra coach Ricky Stuart into camp for the World Cup. He believes that fateful move effectively ended the hosts’ hope of victory.

"Has anyone followed a sporting team that has made the grand final and lost?" Stubbs asks. "When they lost, how did you feel? Gutted. How was your energy? Really bad.

"I’m watching the World Cup and I see a coach that Trent Robinson and the Roosters just beat – called Ricky Stuart from Canberra – that lost.

"The next minute he’s going into camp with Eddie Jones and I go ‘Eddie, what are you doing?’

‘If you’re a coach and you’ve lost a grand final, are you happy? Are you pissed off? What do you think your energy is?

"And he took him in! Do you think none of Eddie’s staff or players knew that Ricky Stuart had just lost a grand final? And I went ‘wow!’"

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There have been other occasions where Stubbs claims to have predicted what will happen before it does.

"It’s funny because you see things in opposition [teams] with energy," he says, citing a match in which he was working with Cheika’s Wallabies against the All Blacks.

"The first game we played against New Zealand ... I told everyone we’d win. I said, ‘Michael, I can see an energy change in Sonny Bill Williams, he’s going to go off injured’. After he came on in the second half, he went off injured."

Other predictions have also manifested themselves. Before the final round of the 2018 NRL regular season, he told Robinson the Roosters would emerge as minor premiers – despite the Storm being in the box seat to do so because of superior for-and-against record – on the back of a three-try haul to Latrell Mitchell against the Eels. Other results – like the Broncos being hammered in the first week of the 2019 finals series – became evident beforehand because of the negative language used by their coach.

"After the 10th round in 2018, I watched an interview with a guy called Craig Bellamy, he’s the coach of the Melbourne Storm," Stubbs recalls. "I looked at that interview and said, ‘His energy has changed. Wow. That is going to affect every player by at least 1 per cent.

"Trent rang me and I said, 'There’s a total change in energy with Craig Bellamy'. He said, ‘What’s happened?’

"I said, 'It’s great, they can’t win the grand final'."

And then he has taken it a step further.

"Graham Arnold is the first coach I’ve taught to manifest scores," he says. "There was a game against Adelaide and he told all of his players and staff, ‘We will be winning 4-0 at this time'.

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"He put it up on the screen in front of everyone. When they went 4-0 up, the goalkeeper sung out to the coach on the sideline and said, ‘Look at the time’.

"Then he had a game against Perth and he told his staff and players, ‘We’ll win 6-0 and you, Brandon O'Neill, who hasn’t scored for so long, is going to score’.

"So [O’Neill] went home and said to his father, 'Graham said we’re going to win 6-0 and I’m going to score'.

"They won 6-0 and he scored. Then the story comes out in the paper that his father had some money on it. The words you speak, you get."

For the record, Stubbs did predict Queensland would win last year's State of Origin series 3-0. The Blues came from a game down to win 2-1.

There is growing demand for Stubbs’ services. There are ongoing negotiations with several major English and American sporting franchises. A very prominent NRL coach was keen to engage with him during the business end of last season, but Stubbs declined because of his commitment to the Roosters. There’s even been an approach to make a Hollywood movie on his extraordinary life.

Everyone wants to know the secrets of his success. The key, he told those in attendance during the luncheon during the week, is that you can achieve anything if you believe.

"The words you speak are so powerful because they go out to the universe," he says. "Everyone in this room, I look around and go you’re a Trent Robinson, you’re a Graham Arnold, you’re a Michael Cheika, you’re an Eddie Jones, you’re a Michael Maguire. You’re a coach. You’re no different.

"History is there to be broken. You just need someone mad enough and crazy enough that friggin believes."

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