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Issue 46 - 02 | Performance Architecture: A Blueprint to go "Beyond Personal Best"

By Carlos Salum
Published May 7, 2008 9:45 p.m.
“Regardless of our profession or activity, adaptation is what separates peak performers from the rest. The way we think about pressure influences the way we feel and the way we react. Conversely, acting is adapting. If we act confidently and relaxed, our body tells our brain 'no problem here' and we start feeling calm and controlled. The better we become at acting out the emotions we need to feel, the better we can adapt to pressure.


Peak Performance Thinking is about drawing out high energy when it counts: it’s about Responsiveness and it applies to any area of life. Peak performers can reproduce the thoughts, feelings and behaviors that lead to a state of high, positive emotion or the "Ideal Performance State" (IPS), as defined by [Jim] Loehr. We all have the ability to access IPS and cultivate it towards greater achievement.”

About Carlos Salum | Carlos Salum is a Performance Architect. Performance Architecture is based on training principles utilized by world-class athletes and teams to win in sports, and can be applied to achieving excellence in business. He’s the President of Salum International Resources, Inc., a management consulting firm based in Huntersville, NC , with international clients in the private banking, IT, medical, insurance and consulting industries. He has also contributed to Grand Slam victories of world-ranked tennis players, and is a writer, a produced playwright and a documentary film producer. He’s currently writing his first book, Beyond Personal Best.

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