Author of the book by the same name, Paul Sullivan shares diverse examples from sports, business and military of what it means to be “clutch” and the art of operating in high- stress situations as if they were everyday conditions. Highlights:
Psychologist, peak performance coach and Harvard Medical School faculty Pamela Enders explains how to manage pressure so you perform at your best. Highlights:
One of America’s leading mountaineers – with over 175 international expeditions, including K2 and Mt. Everest -- Chris shares insights on how to create and lead high performance teams. Highlights:
Entrepreneur coach Pamela Slim shares deep wisdom on how to handle self-doubt and stay motivated. Highlights:
Scientist and professor of psychology at George Mason University, Dr. Kashdan says curiosity is a skill that we can cultivate and explains why it’s so powerful. Highlights:
Social psychologist and associate director of the Motivation Science Center at Columbia Business School, Heidi Halvorson speaks about what successful people do differently. Highlights:
Former Institutional Investor-ranked sell-side analyst on Wall Street and author of "Disrupt Yourself” (ranked a top management thought-leader in 2015 by Thinkers50), translates the concepts of disruptive innovation in business to personal disruption in your career and life.
A leading adviser on accelerated business growth who has started more than 40 companies, Les McKeown explains that different kinds of mental toughness are needed for a successful transition through the three growth stages of a business.
• The one habit that every great leader keeps inviolate (and why)
• The three destructive tendencies of wanna-be leaders
• How "strategy yankers" kill motivation and why consistent discipline rules
A psychology professor at The University of Chicago and one of the world’s leading experts on the brain science behind “choking under pressure,” Dr. Beilock explains how to perform better in every arena, from taking exams and giving presentations to playing golf.
Paralympian gold medalist skier Josh Dueck shares the story of how he faced adversity after being paralyzed from the waist down and went on to become the first person to do a back flip on snow in a sit-ski.
New York Times best-selling author of The Talent Code and Lance Armstrong’s War, Daniel Coyle delves into deliberate practice and how to cultivate greatness. Highlights:
Coauthors of “The Art of Doing: How Superachievers Do What They Do and How They Do It Well,” Camille Sweeney and Josh Gosfield share exactly that. Highlights:
Retired Navy SEAL Mark Divine explains the mindset necessary to consistently rise to the occasion in high-pressure situations. Highlights:
How to “win in your mind” first before taking action
Leadership expert Simon Sinek explains how a powerful “why” highlights the path through adversity.
• The difference between mental toughness and hard work
• How to use your “why” as a compass and how to let go of being perfect
• Use mental toughness to trust your intuition
• Why discipline alone is not mental toughness and how do you find your “why” anyway