Want to improve your performance under pressure? Start with these 3 simple habits
When you see someone fall short of expectations under pressure, you may be inclined to think that they weren't prepared enough. But, that's missing a huge piece of the puzzle. A large percentage of high performers don't perform well under pressure because their prefrontal cortex went into overdrive. Think of your prefrontal cortex as the commander-in-chief in terms of helping you focus on the specific task at hand.
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