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Journal EntryWhat’s in the way of your optimal performance?
Learning mental skills can help you meet greater demands, which sets you up to feel more prepared. It can even set the stage for optimal mindset and peak performance!
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Journal Entry text/texmacsDo mindful people have good hearts?
New research suggests that highly mindful people also engage in healthy habits that protect them from heart disease.
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Journal EntryPace your breathing to perform under stress
Want to perform well under stress? Don’t just take a deep breath…take some long exhales. Learn more about paced breathing and get some resources to hone the skill.
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Journal EntryA stimulating topic: drug abuse
Learn about stimulant drugs—controlled substances that have potentially serious side effects and can be addictive.
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Journal EntryMental tools for your performance arsenal
There are concrete actions you can take to help your performance when you need it most – check them out here.
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Journal EntryAre you tough enough…mentally?
Are you mentally tough? See if you’ve got the 4 Cs. Develop these traits and maintain them.
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Journal EntryPTSD can “short-circuit” your brain
PTSD affects the “circuitry” of the brain. Learn how PTSD-affected brains confuse threat and safety.
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Journal EntryCope with emotions through mindfulness
Mindfulness helps you to face hard emotions instead of running from them. Learn how here.
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Journal EntryMental imagery works!
Mental imagery isn’t a magic trick. It’s an essential training tool you can learn. Try these tips on how to make mind rehearsals productive for you.
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Journal EntryAre you tough enough…mentally?
Are you mentally tough? See if you’ve got the 4 Cs. Develop these traits and maintain them.
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