EDUCATION and WORK
Supporting Everyone in the Lifelong Pursuit of their Unique Potential
Performance Psychology skills help individuals develop the skills, talents and knowledge required to maximize their potential within a wide variety of settings. Including coping with the challenges and changes that they will inevitably encounter during their education, when they transition to the world of work, and throughout their adult lives.
From a lifelong perspective Performance Psychology techniques support the development of resilience, overall mental and physical well-being, and help the individual build a set of academic and life skills that directly support the attainment of educational, work, and life goals.
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Performance Psychology Skills and the Inner-Competitor
Individuals with a strong inner-competitor, understood as effective performance psychology skills, are determined, focused, mentally tough, resilient, and recover quicker from mistakes. They possess a psychological edge that helps them manage and exert greater control over demanding academic, work, and life situations.
A strong inner-competitor helps the individual thrive under pressure, react positively to challenges, and be more able to reach their potential. The inner-competitor can operate as a crucial link between academic, work, life success, and the attainment of individual potential.
Training: is available for students/teachers/parents/employees/employers in both the theory, and lifelong practical application of performance psychology skills within educational, family, work, and social environments.