Optimal Performance Psychology
Optimal Performance Psychology is the application of the principles of Sport Psychology to non-athletic situations. It is humanistic, scientific, and pragmatic and is comprised of the three components of the Pyramid of Optimal Performance: mental fitness skills, engagement in the flow of activity, and personal satisfaction. When an individual or work team engages in the ongoing completion of the pyramid, the result is goal attainment and a sense of well-being.
Optimal Performance Psychology can be conducted with…
- Individuals who seek greater fulfillment from their relationships and/or career
- Students, athletes, musicians, artists, business people and professionals who desire improvement in their performance
- Organizational and athletic teams which seek to tap their collective strength in order to achieve specific outcome goals
Winning isn’t everything, but making the effort to win is.
— Vince Lombardi
Integrity Sessions(c) help individuals and teams to…
- Set specific goals and make commitments for achieving them
- Take responsibility for their actions
- Experience the satisfaction that results from reaching higher