Perform Better Under Pressure by Tweaking This One Belief — The Bulletproof Musician

Perform Better Under Pressure by Tweaking This One Belief — The Bulletproof Musician

 

Perform Better Under Pressure by Tweaking This One Belief

by Dr. Noa Kageyama · 15 comments Stress management is a huge business. A quick Amazon search yields 18,558 books, ranging from Stress Management for Dummies to Stress-Free Potty Training.

No surprise I suppose, because we’ve all experienced varying degrees of stress in the last year, on-stage and off. Heck, the last week…day…hour, even.

Kids fighting with each other in the back seat as we try to navigate rush hour traffic to get to a doctor’s appointment. Worrying about how we’re going to pay our rent at the end of the month. Having 15 different windows open on the computer, texting on one phone, while putting out a fire on the other line, having been so busy all day that we’re hungry, tired, and incredibly thirsty…but also have to pee really badly.

Stress sucks.

But could it be that we have it wrong? Is stress really the enemy, or is there somethi”

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