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Dane Jensen

The Power of Pressure: Why Pressure Isn't the Problem, It's the Solution

The Power of Pressure: Why Pressure Isn't the Problem, It's the Solution

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Be energized, but not overwhelmed

What's the most pressure you've ever been under? How did you react? What helped? What didn't? Over the past five years, Dane Jensen has asked these questions of thousands of high performers--from Olympic gold medalists to Navy SEALs, politicians, executives and busy parents. What has emerged from these conversations is that while everyone's experiences under pressure are unique, pressure follows patterns and develops in predictable ways. If we can recognize the patterns, we can improve our ability to sidestep the biological traps that can sabotage us--and use the energy that accompanies pressure to thrive. The Power of Pressure combines the insights gathered from Jensen's work with the latest research in biology and neuroscience to help you

    understand and use the "pressure equation" of importance, uncertainty and volumeescape the traps of pressure with effective tools and tacticsbe ambidextrous so that you can handle pressure both in peak pressure moments and over the long haulreduce tension, sleep better and have more energy so that you can meet challenges head-onrecognize pressure moments so that you can prepare for when you will likely the feel the heat leverage strategies so that you can give everything you've got when it's most important

And more! How we navigate our highest-pressure moments has a huge impact on the overall trajectory of our lives, both in terms of how successful we are and how much we enjoy the journey along the way.

Author: Dane Jensen
Publisher: Collins
Published: 08/31/2021
Pages: 304
Weight: 1.01lbs
Size: 9.31h x 6.31w x 1.08d
ISBN: 9781443461559

About the Author
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DANE JENSEN is the CEO of Third Factor, an instructor at the Smith School of Business at Queen's University and is affiliate faculty with the UNC Executive Development at the Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At Third Factor, he works to help leaders be more effective, creative and resilient under pressure. His work has spanned twenty-three countries on six continents. In addition to his corporate work, Dane works extensively with athletes, coaches, leaders and boards across Canada's Olympic and Paralympic sport system to enhance national competitiveness. Dane Jensen lives in Toronto. Visit him at thirdfactor website

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