The Chimp Paradox: The Acclaimed Mind Management Programme to Help You Achieve Success, Confidence and Happiness

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Ebury Publishing, 5 nov. 2015 - 368 páginas
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"An incredibly powerful mind management model that can help a person become happier, more confident, and a healthier more successful person"--Cover.

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Reseña de usuario  - DavidFerrers - LibraryThing

This is a really useful book for coaches and those looking for ways to improve their performance. It is perhaps a bit over loaded with technical stuff about psychology that ordinary people do not need. However, you cannot knock the effect that Steve Peters has had in the sporting arena. Leer reseña completa

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Reseña de usuario  - m-andrews - LibraryThing

A pithy and readable account of your brain and how it makes decisions. Peters' postscript details what recent science has discovered in relation to how the brain makes crucial decisions. The rest of ... Leer reseña completa

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Sobre el autor (2015)

Prof Steve Peters is a consultant psychiatrist and has worked in the clinical field of psychiatry for over 20 years. He specialises in optimising the functioning of the mind and also holds degrees in mathematics and medicine. Prof Peters is Undergraduate Dean at Sheffield University Medical School and resident psychiatrist with Sky ProCycling. He is also the consultant psychiatrist for Liverpool FC and, from May 2014, for the England football team. Steven Gerrard, Sir Chris Hoy, Sir Bradley Wiggins, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Victoria Pendleton and Craig Bellamy have all spoken publicly about how Prof Peters' unique model has helped them improve their performance.

Outside of elite sport, Prof Peters works with CEOs, senior executives, students, hospital staff and patients, helping them to understand why they think and act as they do and how to manage their minds to optimise their performance at work and in their personal lives.

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