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John Eliot. Set goals. Focus on the outcome. Lose yourself to the Zone. All reasonable, sensible advice when you are facing a big presentation at work, a crucial point in the game, or any kind of career-launching performance.
And all utterly, hopelessly, wrong. According to John Eliot, Ph. As Dr. Eliot has discovered through his cutting-edge research and real-world coaching, techniques such as goal-setting, relaxation, visualization, stress management, and flow just dont work for most people. Relaxing when the pressure is on is the wrong way to go.
Instead, to really ratchet up your performance, youll need to change the way you think about pressureand learn how to welcome it, enjoy it, and make it work to your advantage. Mixing scientific insights with entertaining and inspiring stories, Overachievement will help you achieve spectacular success in any situation that demands you rise above and beyond what you ever thought possible.
Jim Pawlak, Chicago Tribune [Eliots] upfront conversational tone makes his advice not just palatable but convincing. Even if they dont achieve superstar results right away, readers from all walks of life should find it easier to hone their concentration and work a little harder.
Publishers Weekly. Fallor Ergo Sum. He is the former director of Rices program in sports management and performance enhancement. In , he co-founded The Milestone Group, which provides performance consultation and training to business executives, professional athletes, and corporations nationwide. Anderson Cancer Center, and hundreds of elite individual performers.
Overachievement - by John Eliot
Most people have experienced pre-performance jitters, whether they come before a date, an exam or a business presentation. But rather than spend mental energy trying to quash this reaction, Eliot says John Eliot, PhD. Were you ever advised to "just relax" before making a big speech?
Overachievement: The Science of Working Less to Accomplish More
John Eliot. Set goals. Focus on the outcome. Lose yourself to the Zone. All reasonable, sensible advice when you are facing a big presentation at work, a crucial point in the game, or any kind of career-launching performance. And all utterly, hopelessly, wrong.