How to Get Unstuck & Breakthrough in the New Year!

By: Martin Grunburg When it comes to personal development, one of the most common challenges seems to be helping a person get “unstuck,” showing them how they can break free from stagnation and begin to tap into their full potential. Personally, this was my greatest challenge (some 15 years ago), and incredibly, it may be […]

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Why You Probably Don’t Set Goals — and How To Change That

By: Martin Grunburg In a prior article we reviewed how goal-achievement can be considered simply problem-solving. It’s a bit of a cliche to share that problems are only opportunities in disguise. We know the legendary stories of great problems that have birthed inventions and humanity-changing discoveries —  the polio vaccine, the steam engine, the telegraph — […]

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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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More on Preparation: What Really Separates the Very Best

By: Martin Grunburg An Enlightening Stroll Along the Sammamish River Trail Recently, I had the great fortune of walking along the Sammamish River Trail in Washington State with a legendary performer, one of the greatest professional tennis players in history. A legend so revered in his home country of Australia that he has an arena […]

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The Key To Peak Performance and the “Zone” is Habituation

By: Martin Grunburg “She was in the zone!” “He was unconscious!” When Stephen Curry, point-guard for the Golden State Warriors, three-point-shot maestro and MVP of the NBA’s 2015 season, shattered the league’s playoff three-point shooting record, fans tweeted in unison, “Steph was unconscious!” Steph has carried that level of peak performance into this season where […]

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