Here’s a round-up of the best productivity and performance tips from the experts I’ve interviewed in Seasons 1 to 3 of the Potential Psychology Podcast.
How to manage stress
How to balance work and well being
What we can learn from an Olympian and Psychologist about managing your mind for peak performance
How exercise improves performance - and happiness
How to design your mind to scale your productivity
and so much more!
A great way to kick off 2019!
Work, Stress and Managing Life’s Bubbles in a World of Tech and Connection with Dr Melissa Marot: Drowning in email? Swamped by notifications? Stressed by endless work demands?
How do you disconnect in a working world that’s switched on 24/7?
In this episode of the Potential Psychology Podcast I talk to Dr Melissa Marot, Clinical Neuropsychologist and Organisational Psychologist about work, stress, technology and finding balance in a constantly connected world.
Launching a Conversation about Work and Wellbeing with Karen Gillespie: Organisational Psychologist and well being expert Karen Gillespie from the New South Wales-based consulting firm EEK & Sense helps us get the blend right between our work and non-work lives, meeting the daily challenges of being at our best, feeling fulfilled at work, staying physically fit and healthy and being present for the other significant people in our lives.
Managing Your Mind in a High Stakes Environment with Olympian and Psychologist Caroline Anderson: Caroline Anderson from Performance Edge Psychology discusses the role of the mind and wellbeing in peak performance.
Caroline is one of those people who seems to have hit the talent jackpot. She not only runs two successful psychology practices, she also delivers programs and workshops to athletes, sporting organisations and corporate clients on high performance and wellbeing AND she is a former Olympic athlete herself.
Exercising to Fulfil Your Potential with Nonie Carr: Nonie Carr, a Melbourne based psychologist from Enhance Life Psychology talks to us about the benefits of exercise for your brain and mind - and give us some tips on how to incorporate it into our daily life. Nonie has a passion for cycling and the benefits of exercise for our wellbeing and success.
Designing Your Mind for Peak Productivity and Creativity with James Garrett: James Garrett is the founder and CEO of Brain by Design - a US-based organisation that teaches strategies for getting more from your mind. He’s a psychologist, a former academic, co-founder of a highly successful social venture - Think Unlimited, which taught innovation and creativity to young people in the Middle East - and he’s chatting to me today about using your brain to enhance your productivity and creativity and live your best life.
Quiet Confidence, Transitions and Leadership with Dr Tess Crawley: Dr Tess Crawley is a clinical and forensic psychologist from Hobart, Tasmania. She has spent more than ten years mentoring other psychologists and she’s seen the challenges that even the experts face in balancing work and life and well being. She’s a former university lecturer and now the Director of a busy multi-location private psychology practice. She’s also a former actor and owner of her own theatre company!
Conquer Your Nerves for Stellar Performance with Anastasia Hronis: Anastasia is an expert performer, making her solo debut as a pianist at the Sydney Opera House at the ripe old age of six and more recently performing - again as a soloist - at Carnegie Hall in New York. With her combination of performance credentials and psychological knowledge she knows a thing or two about conquering your nerves to produce a stellar performance - in whatever you do.
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