performance

noun  |  per·for·mance  |  \ pər-ˈfȯr-mən(t)s , pə- \

• the execution of an action – something accomplished: deed, feat • the manner of reacting to stimuli: behavior
• the fulfillment of a claim, promise, or request: implementation

Your performance in life doesn’t have to be tethered to your thoughts and emotions.

We show you how.

"What does that mean?" Read more...
Most performance coaches and therapists teach skills such as visualization, self-talk, and others, with well-intentioned efforts to mitigate negative emotions, including anxiety, stress, and frustration, in order to influence performance in various areas. Studies have shown, however, that while these exercises can be comforting, they do not actually influence performance results in any significant way. An individual might “feel” better, but still not be able to attain the performance level that they want.   Why is that? Our brains are impressive and efficient machines that constantly interpret and filter data through the sieve of our beliefs and experiences, but our beliefs aren’t always true, or right, and our brains are wired to view any amount of emotional discomfort as a threat, stimulating our fight or flight responses. Our brains are so efficient though, taking our beliefs as truth, that they quickly react to situations based on our thoughts and emotions, regardless of if those reactions are in our best interest, or aligned with our values and goals.

Performance Areas

We work with clients in all life areas, including:

RELATIONSHIPS

BUSINESS/CAREER

ATHLETICS

FINANCES

Areas of training
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Mindfulness

We use mindfulness as a tool to retrain your brain into creating space between emotions and actions, a space where you can respond effectively to your environment, based on your values and goals. Read more about mindfulness here.

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Habit Development

Utilizing Brendon Burchard’s research, we take you through the 6 habits of high performers outlined in his book.
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Values & Goals

Goals are long and short-term outcomes that you want to achieve, and your values define who you want to be on the day-to-day journey to those destinations. Through various exercises, accountability and support, we help you get very specific about the goals you want to achieve, how to achieve them, and what values you want to define you and your journey.
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Being Task-Focused vs. Self-Focused

As you move through our program – implementing mindfulness, defining your values and goals, creating effective daily habits – you’ll develop the ability to stay goal and value oriented (task-focused), without needing to change or eliminate any negative emotion you might be feeling (self-focused).

We’re ready to help you move forward.