Course Syllabus

What you’ll learn

Why peak performances are not random chance occurrences, but the result of a specific kind of practice, and the utilization of a combination of mental skills

That performance anxiety is something nearly all performers experience – but that it need not be debilitative, as there are ways to overcome fears about performing by changing one’s approach to practicing

The key difference between two essential and complementary types of practice

How to apply theoretical knowledge of performance psychology to actionable exercises that will enable you to experience the difference mental skills training makes when performing in high-pressure situations