Tina Greenbaum works with executives who want to increase their performance level in high stakes, high-pressure situations. An Optimal Performance Specialist and Sports Psychology Consultant, Tina’s signature program, Mastery Under Pressure empowers leaders and their teams using cutting-edge technology, neuroscience, energy psychology, sports psychology, and current learning theory.
Tina is a trained psychotherapist who intuitively knew that there was a better way of treating eating disorders.
She now focuses on anxiety, teaching people how to train the mind to overcome its reaction to perceived danger.
If you practice deep diaphragmatic breathing, when you are in a difficult situation, the deep breathing will happen naturally.
If you have a lot of worrying thoughts, ask, “Do my thoughts produce something useful for me?”
Stress comes when you seem to be out of control.
People under stress don’t see their options.
When you feel you don’t have control, ask, “What can I do now?”
When we live in the past or future, we need to get back to the present.
The issues of those in higher positions have different kinds of problems to solve and they still have to manage their anxiety.
Good leaders have faith they can find answers to their problems.
Resilient people have a specific language they use. Tina gives us examples.
People get used to their comfort zone and have to learn to tolerate the uncertainty that comes with change.
Tina offers suggestions for dealing with uncertainty.
The challenge is living in a state of curiosity.
It’s important to understand why you can’t get instant results. Tina explains.
Meditation quiets the amygdala and builds new connections to the prefrontal cortex, which helps you make better decisions.
If you want to change anything in your life, you have to change yourself.
The secret lies not in what you are doing but in who you are being.
Tina’s site: www.TinaGreenbaum.com