Everybody wants to get better at what they do - or at least they should want to. The problem is, not everyone knows exactly how to do this - achieve measurable and lasting performance improvement. This book will help people and organizations achieve those desired results by helping them focus on a positive approach to what makes the performer tick. The book's seven chapters will teach you: How to use sports and performance psychology to generate improvements; Why individual performance patterns are important; How motivation and performer psychology affect improvement; How emotional intelligence relates to performance improvement; Why a focus on the positive leads to improvement; How stress can benefit performance and how stress management leads to performance improvement.

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