Mindful Performance


(Miriam-Webster Dictionary Definitions) -

Mindful(ness) the practice of maintaining a nonjudgmental state of heightened or complete awareness of one's thoughts, emotions, or experiences on a moment-to-moment basis. Alsosuch a state of awareness

Performance - the execution of an action

Action - a thing done


Mindful Performance - 
When we combine present moment awareness with our performances and daily actions, we are experiencing mindful performance

We are ALL performers. You don’t have to be a professional athlete to be a performer. Maybe you are a managing one person or hundreds of people, you are a self-starter, a chef in a high-stress kitchen, work with clients 1:1, or you are a mom or a dad…at the end of the day we all have to perform in our daily live.

The benefits of mindful performance are backed in research, read more below...


 

Mindful performance benefits


ATHLETES

  • Focused on the process, not the outcome

  • Acknowledge and overcome negative thought patterns that can derail your training or competition

  • Quicker change in emotional response so you can focus on your performance

  • Deeper mind and body connection

  • Overcome stressors and mental blocks that may hold you back from preforming at your best

  • Train every day with intention and purpose

INDIVIDUALS

  • Liberation from old mindsets

  • Awareness of your intuition

  • Gain energy, creativity, and clarity

  • Respond to situations or other people rather than react

  • Overcome frustration, anxiety, doubt, and other unproductive emotions and thought patterns

  • Live with daily intention and purpose

  • Better time management and more productivity

  • Make decisions that are in-line with your values and what you truly want