Peak Performance Optimization
Peak Performance Optimization (PPO) is for individuals who strive for excellence. This is true whether one is involved in business, a profession, or athletics or in academics. Almost all of my clients have previously had consulting and coaching. This is usually beneficial. PPO often elicits greater degrees of improvement and does so in shorter periods of time. Thus less coaching and consulting sessions are needed.
Think about this phenomenon: How many times have you been given very good advice in consultations and coaching that you agreed with and yet were unable to make the fundamental change. This occurs even though you are motivated. There can be long patterns of executive and managerial behavior and decision making that limit your effectiveness. It is true with athletes and it causes inconsistency, frustration and low rates of improvement.
You will only know that the past pace of your improvement has been slow after you have experienced great improvement in a short amount of time.
This is only possible because PPO stimulates more regions of the brain. Almost all coaching and advice occurs through verbal communication. This only activates the out layer of the brain known as the cerebral cortex. PPO not only stimulates this area but simultaneously activates the emotional and integrative regions of the mid brain.
Superior decision making and having less stress occurs with executives. Managers become better able to work on a number of projects and get team members to be more effective. Sales personnel benefit from being able to more comprehensively analyze their customer’s needs and at providing solutions and enhancing relationships.
Athletes have less negative emotions that interfere with their performance. Any psychological weakness can be reduced. One is better able to perform under pressure. Improvements occur at faster rates from lessons and instruction.
More than 10,000 people have been helped from these services to reach their most important goals. Furthermore, I have been involved in research for most of the past thirty years that I have been a licensed psychologist. I was extremely fortunate to learn how to do research from Dr. Martin Seligman, Past President of the American Psychological Association and pioneer in the field of Positive Psychology. One other great aspect about PPO is that you can be taught how to do it on your own. All services are confidential and convenient.