The Winner's Way by Pamela Brill

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Create personal best performance levels at will

From battling it out in the business world to dealing with family, health, and financial issues, life is filled with challenges--and each has the potential to either propel us to great achievements, or plunge us into disaster. The Winner's Way is a guide for approaching every venture like a top performer. Through her Triple A technique--activation, attitude, and attention--Dr. Brill teaches readers how to turn will into action by tapping into their personal best, bringing desired results on command. Readers will learn how to: Change a poor attitude Pull out of a downspin Use language as an arsenal, fortress, and medic "Debrief" from experiences by identifying what was done well--and what should be done differently next time Examine and challenge habitual assumptions . . . plus strategies for dealing with performance anxiety, fear of rejection, technology overload, and more, to help recapture their love for the game of life.


About Pamela Brill

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Dr. Pamela Brill (Bedford, NH) is a psychologist who has put psychology to work on diverse terrain from her early days of working street corners with juvenile offenders and abused children to the past decade of working corner offices to manufacturing floors with corporate clients across industries. Her client roster includes members of the Fortune 500 along with competitors from the wide world of sport. Dr. Brill taught at Dartmouth Medical School for over ten years and provided private sports psychology consultations to individual athletes, teams and coaches at Dartmouth College and nationally to elite athletes across the lifespan. Through her consulting firm, In The Zone, Inc., Dr. Brill teaches individuals, teams and entire organizations how to get “in the Zone” for generating personal and organizational bests on every field of life.
Published June 15, 2004 by McGraw-Hill. 256 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Literature & Fiction, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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A""change agent"" who has worked as a consultant and a leadership coach, Brill argues that activation, attention and attitude are the""three core elements that, when aligned at optimal levels, hold the power to boost you into and keep you in the Zone."" Her program for achieving""the 3 A's"" draw...

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