Change Your Performance Mindset

July 6th, 2011

By Dr. Jim Taylor When I work with businesspeople and companies, my first challenge is to convince them that profitability, whether individual or corporate, though important, should not be the primary focus. To persuade the often-resistant corporate brain trust, I introduce them to what I call the 3 Ps. Yes, at the top of the […]


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Sports: Become an Emotional Master

May 13th, 2011

By Dr. Jim Taylor Sports can evoke a wide range of emotions, from inspiration, pride, exhilaration, and satisfaction, to fear, frustration, anger, and panic, often in a very short time span during training or competition. Emotions lies at the top of the Prime Sport Pyramid because it has been my experience that they ultimately dictate […]


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A Dolt on the Volt

January 29th, 2011

By Tom Carter Gene Weingarten wrote a very funny satirical article in The Washington Post today about the Chevrolet Volt.  That’s the “volt” referred to in the title; Weingarten is the “dolt,” by his own admission. Like most people, I suppose, I didn’t know much about the Volt before I read Weingarten’s article.  From what […]


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Sports: The Power of Emotions

November 25th, 2010

By Dr. Jim Taylor At the top of the Prime Sport Pyramid sits emotions. It’s closest to the top of the pyramid because emotions will ultimately dictate how you perform throughout a competition. Emotions during a competition can cover the spectrum from excitement and elation to frustration, anger, and disappointment. Emotions are often strong and, […]


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Real Public Education Reform Starts at Home

November 22nd, 2010

By Dr. Jim Taylor To his credit, Davis Guggenheim’s new documentary Waiting for Superman has generated real buzz far outside the usual sphere of policy wonks, professional educators, and concerned parents. Unfortunately, to his fault, his film is also a biased, revisionist, and propagandist take on what really ails public education in America, rife with […]


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