Today, the relatively new science of performance psychology tells us that the old answer is incomplete at best. In The Psychology of Performance: How to Be Your Best in Life, clinical sport psychologist Eddie O’Connor, Ph.D., shares the best ways for you to reach your personal Carnegie Hall based on the latest scientific research—whether your performance environment is music, dance, business, or sport. These often surprising research results will make you rethink your own performance strategies, offering approaches you might never have considered and busting myths you might have taken as truth.
Become the People Magnet You’ve Always Wanted to Be! Want to make an unforgettable first impression? Or learn how to speak in a way that makes you stand out in a crowd? Or find out what signs a love interest might give if they’re attracted to you?
A series of eight lectures with Dr. Richard Gerrig discussing how psychology governs the way we live and how the mechanisms of the human brain shape psychology.
Bestselling author and spiritual guide Deepak Chopra invites you to become the kind of leader most needed today: a leader with vision who can make that vision real. Chopra has been teaching leadership to CEOs and other top executives for eight years, and the path outlined in The Soul of Leadership applies to any business, but the same principles are relevant in every community and area of life, from family and home to school, place of worship, and neighborhood.
You know the feeling-déjà vu, knowing what someone will say before they speak, a gut instinct that overrides logic, hearing from a distant friend you'd only just thought of that day. It happens to everyone but few of us acknowledge these occurrences as manifestations of our own intuitive ability. Now, bestselling author and psychotherapist Belleruth Naparstek reclaims the world of psychic phenomena from its sideshow trappings, examining the scientific data and showing each of us how to tap our own latent powers of awareness and perception.
What did people like Einstein do to access the inherent genius of their minds? Mind development pioneer Dr. Win Wenger noticed a clear pattern. He discovered that geniuses are little more than ordinary people who have stumbled upon a technique for widening their channels of attention. Superior thinkers may be the result of mental conditioning rather than genetic superiority.