“When you go into a pressure moment, expect that you will be imperfect.”
– Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry

Dr. JP Pawliw-Fry is a New York Times Bestselling author and co-founder of IHHP, a successful research-based training company.

He is an advisor to the US Army and Navy, Fortune 500 companies such as IBM, Mercedes Benz, and Goldman Sachs and is a performance coach to NFL and NBA teams, Olympic medal-winning athletes, and even the CIA.

In our conversation, JP reveals the secrets of performing under pressure and the strategies he teaches everyone from NFL athletes to our servicemen and women in the US military.

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Show Notes

[3:10] How it all started

[5:47] Our brain’s reaction to pressure situations

[8:18] Pro athletes & choking under pressure

[12:30] Strategies you can start using today

[17:00] The Last 8% and resources for you

After Listening…

You can find out more about JP and the free resources his company offers at IHHP.com.

To learn more about his New York Times Bestselling book, Performing Under Pressure: The Science of Doing Your Best When It Matters Most, head over to Amazon.

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