There are times when we all have to perform under pressure, the threat of choking, of losing control, or of failing miserably can be a powerful force poised to ruin your life, or at least your day. Don’t let it!
Learn to become a clutch player and perform at your best by seeking out more high pressure situations. Find more fear and use it as fuel, the only way to do that is to practice under pressure as often as you can.
Here are three quick tips, especially applicable if you are doing something that takes coordinated skills (putting a golf ball, giving a speech and running a slideshow, stopping a routine ground ball to break a 60 year old curse so kids all over Boston can finally feel like winners, ok – you get it.)
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