High performers in sport, business and life use pressure to be at their best. Awareness is the first step to reducing pressure. In this episode, Dr. Kamphoff shares the natural tools you can use to POP the Pressure.
This Week's Power Phrase: “I have everything I need inside me now.”
Quote of the Week: “The bigger the moment, the bigger than man.” Bill Cowher – CBS Commentator about Patrick Mahomes
Over the past 18 years, Joshua Lifrak, M.S. has worked with elite athletes and corporate leaders to help them perform at their highest levels. He has also been instrumental in helping transform organizational cultures and individual mindsets to create an environment for optimal development and growth.
He is currently the Director of Performance and Coaching for Limitless Minds, a Health and Wellness Technology Company founded by Denver Broncos Quarterback Russell Wilson and Mental Performance Coach and author of It Takes What it Takes – the late Trevor Moawad. He is also the President of Lift Up Consulting.
From 2014-2019, he has worked in Major League Baseball including 5 years as Director of the Mental Skills Program for the Chicago Cubs from 2014-2019 where he helped them win their first World Series in 108 years.
From 2019-2021, he was the New York Mets Major League Mental Performance Coach.
In this podcast, Josh and Cindra talk about:
4 Ways to Train Your Mind and Body
The Mental Philosophy that helped the Chicago Cubs Win the World Series
The One Thing that Separates the Best
The Illusion of Choice
E + S = R
Human Being vs Human Doing
Showing yourself self-compassion is key to adapting and bouncing back quickly after setbacks, adversity, and mistakes. There are so many things you cannot control. Self-compassion is also a powerful antidote to stress, anxiety, and perfectionistic thinking, which can lead to poor performance. When you practice self-compassion, you are able to live and let go. In this episode, Cindra shows you how.
Power Phrase this Week: “I am kind to myself today.”
Quote of the Week: “To let go does not mean to get rid of. To let go means to let be. When we let be with compassion, things come and go on their own.” – Jack Kornfield
Justin Jones-Fosu, MBA, CSP is a full-time family man who also happens to be a highly sought-after business speaker, social entrepreneur, and meaningful work researcher. He is the founder and CEO of Work. Meaningful. where he combines over a decade of leadership in Fortune 500 companies, his real-life experience and research to help global organizations create new rhythms of sustainable excellence, profitability, and engagement. Speaking over 60 times a year, Justin speaks and leads workshops and training with companies, organizations, and associations in the US and internationally on meaningful work and workplace engagement.
He is passionate about helping organizations and individuals take ownership of their mindset, purpose, and performance to achieve amazing results. His latest book "Your WHY Matters NOW: How Some Achieve More and Others Don't" challenges the reader to merge their purpose and productivity to get more out of work and life. His latest book "I Respectfully Disagree" will be out April 16th.
In this podcast, Justin and Cindra talk about:
Why Should You Respectfully Disagree
5 Pillars to Bridge the Divide
How to cultivate your curiosity
His 3A Framework
The Power of 3
His 3 Self-Model
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High performers use reframing daily. They don’t ignore the difficulty, but instead see a different perspective and see how the obstacle is helping them. This helps them intentionally choose the story they tell.
Power Phrase this Week: “I see a setback as a comeback.”
Quote of the Week: “If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.” - Wayne Dyer