Olympians and Goal Achievement, Part II

By: Martin Grunburg In the last article, we reviewed the path — the formula — that all great Olympians must follow to turn their dreams into reality. In fact, we recognized that this path toward success applies to anyone, whether an Olympian or just an average Joe. However, becoming an Olympian doesn’t happen without being […]

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Super Bowl 50 and the Winner’s X-Factor

By: Martin Grunburg Recently, I’ve written a lot about The 3 P’s (Planning, Preparing and Practicing) related to performance — particularly under pressure. With yesterday’s Super Bowl 50 and the 114-million-plus viewers watching, the event is still very fresh in the minds of many. With the benefit of hindsight we’re able to overlay many of the […]

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The little “Extra” that Turns Ordinary into “Extraordinary”

By: Martin Grunburg In the prior post I shared an amazing story about preparation related to tennis great Rod Laver. In fact, I learned of the story from a participant in my presentation to the San Diego Entrepreneurs’ group. As I presented the info I recall myself saying, “I can’t believe it took me 47 […]

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8 Keys to Preparation

Whether it’s for business, a big game, a performance date, exam, or even a poker game, your first question before an important event (if you really want to perform your best) should be, am I prepared? If the answer is “NO,” then the next question should be, “What do I need to do to prepare?” […]

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How to Prepare to Perform Under Pressure

By: Martin Grunburg In the last post I shared that the path to a “Zone” experience is via something known as habituation, and that the path to habituation is facilitated by following The 3 P’s: Planning, Preparing and Practicing. If you or I take the time to Plan (see the vision and understand the desired […]

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Getting to Habituation, the Path to Peak Performance and The Zone

By Martin Grunburg In my last post I shared that becoming habituated to a particular skill or craft is almost always a requirement to experience a peak performance. Whether you’re a stand-up comic, presenting a sales pitch, raising VC funds or playing basketball, becoming habituated first is essential. It’s important to recall that habituation infers […]

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