Your corporate culture determines your potential for sustained peak performance.
Performance consulting is an exciting frontier combining neurobiology, psychology, and the eastern practices of mindfulness and meditation to access team and individual peak performance.
In this approach, different from therapy, we will work together to create a culture of corporate wellness that leverages the current neuroscience on creativity and “flow” states to help you identify and target areas of team cohesion and moral, time management, and creative and collaborative problem solving. I work with individuals and groups within corporate and organizational settings on specific targeted areas of enhancement, as a way to bolster productivity and your bottom line.
Contact me to explore how we might better optimize your corporate culture.
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In addition to my private consulting practice, I am a performance consultant with The Flow Research Collective (FRC) founded by Steven Kotler. I am also a featured writer for the FRC’s monthly newsletter, which explores the outer reaches of human excellence.
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Posts on Performance
Featured: “How to Create your ‘Energy Budget'”
I was recently featured on CNBC’s Make It sharing the #1 exercise that highly successful people use to be happier – and it’s all about optimizing your energy management.
Featured: The #1 Habit that Sets Successful People Apart
I was recently asked to contribute to a piece over on CNBC’s Make It about what exactly sets high achievers apart.
Featured: 8 Quick Ways To Snap Yourself Out Of A Bad Mood
These are all useful strategies to help shift your energy and perspective the next time you need it.
Featured: It’s Time to Level Up Your 2023 New Year’s Resolution
Find my science-backed tips on how to make resolutions more manageable and more likely to stick.
What to Do When You’re Scared Shitless
It was the first time I consciously realized that I couldn’t wait until I wasn’t scared. I was going to have to do this one afraid and terrified.
Cultivating a Coaching Culture to Combat “Quiet Quitting”
Have you heard about the concept of “quiet quitting” that’s pervasive in today’s corporate landscape?