Performing Under Pressure
Everyday, in every moment, we can choose what to think. That choice will effect how we feel, act, and the results we reap. In pivotal moments we can consciously re-frame to see and act on an opportunity, whether it's a business deal or the razor's edge of a Major League pennant game. Re-framing teaches us how to retrain our brain to overcome our most primal fears. In this hyper competitive world, from sports to life to work, the technique can work for everyone.
Joining us for our discussion on Performing Under Pressure is Rick Peterson who is calling in from his office. Rick Peterson has coached some of baseball’s best pitchers in the past twenty years, including Cy Young Award winners and Hall of Famers. He was the Oakland Athletics’ pitching coach during the famed Moneyball era and has served as a coach with the New York Mets, Chicago White Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Milwaukee Brewers. He is currently director of pitching development with the Baltimore Orioles. He holds a combined degree in psychology and art. He and Judd Hoekstra are the authors of Crunch Time: How To Be Your Best When It Matters Most.
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