How to grow the 3 mental muscles to thrive in challenging times
If you’re physically fit, you can climb steep hills without physical stress.
If you’re mentally fit, you can handle life’s great challenges without mental stress or other negative emotions like frustration, disappointment, regret, and self-doubt.
You’ll be happier and perform better.
Stanford lecturer and New York Times bestseller author Shirzad Chamine has researched mental fitness with 600,000 participants. His neuroscience-based tools are pragmatic and immediately actionable. They grow the three core mental muscles associated with peak performance and positive mindset even in the midst of the most challenging times.
Shirzad will share stories drawn from his work with hundreds of CEOs, Stanford students, and world-class athletes.
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Shirzad Chamine is the New York Times bestselling author of Positive Intelligence, translated into 20 languages. He has been CEO of the largest coach training organization in the world and has trained faculty at Stanford and Yale business schools.
Shirzad lectures on Positive Intelligence at Stanford University and works with Stanford’s NCAA athletes. A preeminent C-suite advisor, Shirzad has coached hundreds of CEOs and their executive teams. His background includes graduate level studies in neuroscience in addition to a BA in psychology, an MS in electrical engineering, and an MBA from Stanford.