ABILITY

 

Many don’t progress in their lives because they don’t know how to perform under pressure.
Trying out something new becomes too scary.

 

You can learn how to give your best when
obstacles arise and the stakes are up.

 

Here’s how:

Becoming good at Stress

Research shows that there are two different ways we can react to stress and pressure.
One that helps us perform at our best and another that makes us crumble.

STRESS RESPONSE

CHALLENGE RESPONSE

How we react has to do more with our perception than the situation itself.

Learning how to shift from a threat response to a challenge response is the fastest shortcut to living the life to which we aspire.

There are three key elements to reach our greatest potential:

Confidence:

do you believe you have what it takes to make it?

Self-worth:

how much do you value yourself?

Control:

how much control do you have over your surroundings?

Overcoming our Cognitive Biases

Understanding the limitations of our brains allows us to not only think better but also to take more appropriate actions when needed. Our biases are the culprits behind conflicts, why we don’t take the necessary steps to change, and don’t fulfil our dreams.

Developing our Metacognition

The capacity to be aware of our emotions and thoughts, and change them when needed, is the shortcut to higher achievements in life.

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