Peak Performance Coach

Peak Performance Coach

Peak performance coaching helps successful people take their work to the next level, or get through slumps, or periods where performance is suffering for various reasons. It is training that helps you learn how to make your mind work for you, instead of against you. The primary goal of peak performance coaching is to improve your performance.

Unlike therapy, peak performance coaching focuses on the present and future; dealing with the specific thoughts and behaviors leading to, or impacting peak performance.

Who Do Peak Performance Coaches Help?

A Peak performance coach concentrates specifically on helping performers, musicians, dancers, comedians, speakers, lawyers, sales professionals, and politicians, to name a few.

What Challenges Do Peak Performance Coaches Focus On?

Peak Performance Coaches help their clients who:

  • Want to take their performing to the next level
  • Are anxious or scared when they perform
  • Get distracted easily during performance
  • Feel bad about themselves when they don’t perform well
  • Have a difficult time performing well in front of others
  • Need help breaking through mental barriers that are getting in the way of them performing at their best
  • Feel they are not performing up to their ability
  • Question their skills/ability before, during, or after performing
  • Are not performing as well live, as they do in practice

What Do Peak Performance Coaches Do?

Peak performance coaching is used by top performers to help identify and assess their unique challenges and strengths and helps them to learn the essential mental skills that enable them to perform at their highest level.  Peak Performance Coaches help their clients:

  • Eliminate limiting or ineffective beliefs that can keep them from reaching their full potential
  • Identify the fear that can keep them from performing their best
  • Deal with frustration, distractions, and doubts
  • Set appropriate and effective goals
  • Devise effective and efficient practice plans
  • Use effective pre-performance routines to build confidence and focus
  • Let go of mistakes and frustration
  • Incorporate mental rehearsal, imagery, and positive self-talk into preparation
  • Develop a strong and stable practice and performance confidence
  • Learn to focus on what’s most important in practice and performance
  • Use the positive characteristics of perfectionism and eliminate the unhealthy ones

How do you know if you need performance coaching?

If you are thinking about contacting a performance coach or someone has mentioned it to you, it might be something you should seriously consider. Call us to learn more at 781-325-8186.

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