Crunch Time

How to Be Your Best When It Matters Most

Everyone panics, but by changing our perspective, what seemed impossible can suddenly become doable.

By Rick Peterson and Judd Hoekstra Read by Jeff Hoyt Business Development / Nonfiction / Personal Growth / Sports English, Unabridged 3h 44m Sell Sheet
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3 Audio CDs January 23, 2017 $39.99 $29.99 9781520063324 Add to Cart
1 MP3 CDs January 23, 2017 $19.99 $19.99 9781520063331 Add to Cart
Description
							Everybody faces high-pressure situations, and in today's hyper-competitive world it's arguably worse than ever. But ace pitching coach Rick Peterson and leadership expert Judd Hoekstra say our ineffective response to pressure often causes us to perform far below our capabilities. Peterson has less than a minute to help a struggling athlete performing in front of millions and flip from butterflies to boldness. Using dozens of stories from his long career, he and Hoekstra offer six different ways anyone can get a new perspective that will keep them from striking out when the heat's on. These techniques are explicitly made applicable far beyond the pitching mound; anyone can learn to out-think their brains with the power of re-framing.
Reviews

"The narration by Jeff Hoyt feels like having a conversation with a friend...A great book for fans of self-help works..." - Library Journal

"Rick helped me unlock potential I didn't know I had. He has a knack for using humor and anecdotes to enhance his message. I have no doubt that Crunch Time will help you unlock your potential and help you perform at your best under pressure!" - Tom Glavine, Hall of Fame major league pitcher, World Series Champion

"Rick and I had many conversations about process optimization and problem-solving. Thankfully he and Judd Hoekstra have now memorialized a practical method for getting out of our own way and easing into the flow that can be applied to any endeavor. Absolutely invaluable stuff." - Steven Soderbergh, Acadamy Award winner for Best Director

"Learn from Rick and Judd how to reframe your mind so that you can't imagine yourself failing, regardless of the pressure." - Ken Blanchard, coauthor of Collaboration Begins with You