Tag: high performance

Big Picture, High Performance

How to Beat Performance Anxiety

Yes, this is a real thing. And, no, it’s not the thing you think it is, from some drug commercials you may have seen targeted towards middle-aged men. Many of us experience this or know someone who has fallen victim to this, no matter your age or gender. Performance anxiety is different from the normal level of jitters and nerves you feel before a big test. It’s different from the fear of a squirrel trying to eat you. It’s more severe than the initial feelings of stage fright, although that’s where it’s been studied more extensively (Langendörfer et al., 2006; […]

Big Picture, High Performance

Top 5 Hacks for High Performance

Do you miss being productive, full of creative moments, and energy? Do you feel that you’re not performing to your fullest potential? Or, was there a time in your life you felt like a rock star and want to get back that feeling all over again? If you are nodding your head to any of these questions, then you’re in luck. As the resident Health Advisor at TERIMIYAHIRA, my Ph.D. in Social-Health Psychology allows me to share my professional research training experience with you. By disseminating sound research findings and the latest medical studies, the true hope of helping someone […]

Big Picture, Mindset

How to Identify (and Get Rid Of) Toxic People

We all want happiness, fulfillment, joy and abundance. It’s a lot of inner work that must be done to get to this point in life (and it’s always a work in progress, and not so much a “destination”). Yet oftentimes, what’s holding us back from contentment in life isn’t us, but others. As the saying goes, you are the average of the 5 closest people in your life. If that holds true, we need to be very particular, selective and mindful of who those 5 people are. This is why negative, pessimistic, and otherwise “bad” or toxic people need to […]

Big Picture, High Performance

How to Get Anything You Want (In Life and Business)

Yikes, it’s so hype-y to say, but there’s really a strategy to get anything you want in life and business. It’s often an overlooked part of our day, yet it’s always the small things that get us, right? You just have to work long and hard for whatever you want. Period. There’s no magic bullet or secret sauce for achieving any goal. Olympians train for 6 hours a day, 6-7 days a week, for 10 years (or longer) before trying for the Olympic games. CEO’s work 7-days a week for 30 years. If I want to have nice hair all […]