Overachievement has ratings and 24 reviews. According to John Eliot, Ph. D., “Such self-improvement balderdash will do nothing but relegate you to a. 17 Sep Dr. John Eliot from Overachievement. If you’re into achieving greatness and love to see the hero in action—whether it’s Tiger Woods. Were you ever advised to “just relax” before making a big speech? Or to focus on learning from your mistakes at work? In Overachievement, John Eliot, a rising.
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According to John Eliot, Ph. Waste no time evaluating probabilities- a possibility is good enough. In Overachievement, John Eliot, a rising star in the field of perfor-mance enhancement, says that these and many other traditional strategies are not only ineffective, but mohn actually With the desire to do things I was attracted to elilt book written by performance in business, sports, entertainment, etc.
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Overachievement: The New Science of Working Less to Accomplish More
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Get 3 free Overachievdment. Other editions – View all Overachievement: Focus on the outcome. During performance, empty your mind and focus wordlessly on what you are doing. Develop a pre-performance routine to “make that transition into a state of intense, in-the-moment concentration, and to help you eliminate assessment, judgment, and critique.
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Mar 23, Eliot Burdett rated it it was amazing Shelves: I definitely recommend this one! Pleasure in all of the activities in a person’s daily life result in an active and fulfilled life that is not a drudgery.
I felt I could put into practice what I read without feeling overwhelmed or confused. Even if they dont achieve superstar results right away, readers from all walks of life should find it easier to hone their concentration and work a little harder. John rated it really liked it Oct 30, I’m curious to see, how people not using competitive sports to learn and evaluate the mental strategies presented in the book, whether they can really understand what the book is saying.
The mentality that this book talks about applies to everything from business to sports to every day life.
Ready to reach your highest potential? There is a difference between training mode and performance. I made the list in Goodreads here: As I got to the end of the book I definitely agreed him and he raised highly effective points. Including best-selling authors, Olympic coaches and Fortune executives. Socrates Never Had iverachievement Slump.
Inhe co-founded The Milestone Group, which provides performance consultation and training to business executives, professional athletes, and corporations nationwide. From inside the book.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. John Eliot of Rice University. Even the dream with the lowest probability of being achieved can provide you with a lifetime of excitement, helping you step over the trivial disappointments in life, giving overachuevement something to work toward, making you ogerachievement content that you are living life to the fullest, right to the end of your days.
Embracing the Last TabooBeing as Unrealistic. I was drawn to this book because I experience pre-performance jitters, especially before dates and exams. Elot editions – View all Overachievement: So, the book caters more to a male audience who is familiar with all these sports and their logistics. Eloot antithesis of every self-improvement guru. Contains some very insightful advice for achievement-oriented people in particular, for instance the differences between healthy commitment and unhealthy commitment are good for anyone to assess themselves and their work against.
Great book on the science of performance. This book does well to eliminate false, yet commonly-held ideas referencing peak performance; from the waves of sickeningly redundant self-improvement maxims, Eliot pinpoints the most effective frameworks to function in.