A world-renowned psychologist and Author of several books including the recent New York Times Bestseller Performing Under Pressure, Dr. Hank Weisinger has also written several other books including Emotional Intelligence at Work, The Power of Positive Criticism, The Genius of Instinct, the New York Times Bestseller Nobody’s Perfect.
He has spent three decades helping individuals and organizations enhance their personal and work effectiveness through innovative applications of clinical, counseling, social, organizational, and evolutionary psychology. He is a popular blogger for PsychologyToday.com, Huffington Post, Execunet.com, and Lifehack.org.
In this interview, Hank discusses:
• What is pressure and when we experience it
• What is choking and why we choke under pressure
• How our natural tools inside our body help us deal with pressure
To help more people deal with pressure, Dr. Weisinger has transformed Performing Under Pressure into a state of the art empowering E-Course Workshop Experience.
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You can find more information about Dr. Weisinger at www.hankweisingerphd.com and on Twitter @PressureTweets.
[tweet_dis2]“To reduce pressure, work to do your best. Your best is good enough.” Hendrie Weisinger[/tweet_dis2]
[tweet_dis2]“To decrease pressure, slow down your response. The best athletes can slow the game down mentally.” Hendrie Weisinger[/tweet_dis2]
[tweet_dis2]“One of the reasons choking occurs is because we are overly focused on what we are doing.” Hendrie Weisinger[/tweet_dis2]
[tweet_dis2]“A wholistic cue word is one word that triggers the behavior, minimizes pressure & helps you focus on how you want to perform.” Hendrie Weisinger[/tweet_dis2]
[tweet_dis2]“Minimizing the importance of the situation is one way to reduce pressure.” Hendrie Weisinger[/tweet_dis2]
[tweet_dis2]“Befriend the moment. It will help you reduce the pressure.” Hendrie Weisinger[/tweet_dis2]