Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry is a psychologist and international performance coach to Olympic athletes and coaches, senior business leaders at Fortune 500 companies, and the CIA. He is the co-author of Performing under Pressure: The Science of Doing Your Best When It Matters Most. In this podcast, we talk about some of the common misconceptions about performing […]
Art Turock is an elite performance game-changer and world class pentathlete in masters track. As the inventor of the Practicing While Real Work Gets Done Process, he helps clients to ignite their hidden leadership capacity. Art has been a valued resource to 120+ Fortune 500 companies, including IBM, Procter & Gamble, and Xerox, and entrepreneur associations […]
Jeff Spencer, an Olympian and advisor to Lance Armstrong, Bono and Tiger Woods, says that much of the conventional advice around success doesn’t work. Jeff personally knows the journey to championship as a sprint cyclist on the 1972 US Olympic cycling team. As the team doctor to 6 winning cycling teams in the Tour de France, […]
Fast-talking (quite literally!) computer hacker turned neuroscientist Moran Cerf takes us on a tour of his research and what he’s learned looking into open brains and pushing Red Bull athletes beyond their perceived limits.
Psychology professor and coauthor of the book Peak: Secrets from the Science of Expertise, Anders Ericsson explains the real difference between experts and everyone else. Highlights include: Why talent is much less of a factor than we think and what experts do to practice better.
Veteran jazz pianist Kenny Werner has been performing and composing for 40+ years. Since writing his seminal book Effortless Mastery, Liberating The Master Musician Within in 1996, Kenny has lectured world-wide on how musicians, artists and business people can allow their “master creator” within to lift their performance to its highest level, showing us how to be spontaneous, fearless, joyful and […]
Caroline Ceniza-Levine is the cofounder of SixFigureStart career coaching. She has worked with executives from American Express, Goldman Sachs, Condé Nast, Gilt, eBay, Google, McKinsey, and other leading firms. She’s also a stand-up comic (so not your typical coach). In this conversation, Caroline gives her signature no-nonsense advice on: how to prepare for interviews, performance reviews and other […]
Paralympian and member of the United States wheelchair basketball team, Matt Scott shares his personal story: how he thinks about goals, the importance of humor and responding to adversity.
Jason Selk, performance coach and mental training director for the St. Louis Cardinals, breaks down his 10-minute training plan for mental toughness. Highlights: Use a performance statement to stay focused and build confidence What is channel capacity and why three is the magic number for focus Why you need both process and product goals The […]
Former US Army Captain and founder of Mind Fitness Training Institute, Dr. Stanley shares how to train for greater mindfulness. Highlights: How mental toughness also means being agile and flexible The incredible results a group of Marines experienced from mindfulness practice before deployment to Iraq Why mindfulness helps increase working memory and regulate emotions