Seven ways to survive in the modern world.
Peak performance expert and neuroscientist Dr. Roy Sugarman shows you how to make small changes in seven areas of your life, to optimise your brain and body to thrive.
You know what to do but you never get around to doing it. Healthy lifestyles are something we aspire to, but New Year's resolutions fail before February. Change is hard – so why fail by trying the impossible? Science has given us the answers to what is most likely to work, and what is easy to achieve. Dr. Roy Sugarman combines the principles of clinical psychology and neuroscience, with his experience coaching elite athletes and business leaders, in this easy-to-read, powerful workbook. He shows you how small changes in your life can make a huge difference to your overall capacity to live well, and come home from work with the energy to enjoy what is really important to you.
About the author: Dr Roy Sugarman is a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Neuropsychologist. He is an expert in the neuroscience of peak performance - in everyday life, and in elite athletic, military, and corporate settings. He works with college and professional athletes, corporate executives and their staff, as well as personal trainers, coaches and Special Forces Operatives, and a variety of clinical clients. Dr. Sugarman has worked with elite athletes including the US National Men's Soccer team and the University of San Francisco's mindset coaches and athletes. He is a Senior Lecturer in Psychiatry at the University of New South Wales. His publications on coaching science with particular applications in motivating behavioural change have reached an international audience. He is based in Sydney, Australia.
This is his second book.