Tag Archives: peak performance

Pro Performance

We all want to improve at our craft, boost our productivity, and be more fulfilled by our work. But so often, these worthy intentions go astray: we get distracted or sidelined. How can we become more professional? James Clear, a … Continue reading

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Grit Kit

“I will not be outworked.” Will Smith Whenever my great friend and mentor, Coach Mike Tully and I get together, sparks always fly: We really motivate each other. Coach Tully is a peak performance expert and author of several great … Continue reading

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Bouncing Back

My sister Steph and my brother-in-law Luis are big tennis buffs — they love to watch high-stakes games whenever they can. I’m not a huge tennis fan myself, but I’m always fascinated by the connections I see between peak performance … Continue reading

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Flow Time

In sports, when runners or divers talk about their moments of peak performance, they describe those experiences as “being in the zone.” During these periods, their concentration is so intense that time seems to stand still and they are in … Continue reading

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High Gear

“Life is like a 10-speed bike. We all have gears we never use.” Charles Schultz If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know that one of my themes is how we can fruitfully apply lessons from outstanding … Continue reading

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Game Changers

Wow! I just finished watching the final game of the U.S. Open. Fantastic! I’m not generally a tennis fan, but my sister Stephanie and her husband Luis love to watch. This time around, Steph’s enthusiasm was infectious and I tuned … Continue reading

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