Radically change the way you think about pressure
Everyone has experienced that sense of being overwhelmed when the world closes in on us. Perform Under Pressure will not only help you survive but thrive in situations that up until now have been holding you back.
Dr Ceri Evans targets those moments when you are most stressed and uncomfortable. His Red-Blue mind model - developed over 25 years and used by world-class performers - converts his clinical insights into a simple approach that will help you gain control, when you need it most.
From elite athletes to weekend amateurs, entrepreneurs to business leaders, parents to students: if you want to be better at what you do, pressure is unavoidable. This book will help you feel comfortable being uncomfortable, overcome mental obstacles and unlock your untapped potential.
About the author: Ceri Evans is a consultant psychiatrist from New Zealand specialising in how the brain works under pressure. He is perhaps best-known for his work with the All Blacks at the 2011 and 2015 world cups. This is the first time his method for success under pressure has been published.
About the Author
New Zealander Dr Ceri Evans graduated in medicine with distinction from the University of Otago. He gained first class honours in Experimental Psychology on a Rhodes Scholarship at the University of Oxford while playing professional football in the English Championship. Awarded the Gaskell Gold Medal by the Royal College of Psychiatrists, he then specialised in forensic psychiatry and completed a PhD in traumatic memory.