Today’s guest is Gio Valiante, one of the most successful performance coaches in the world. He currently works with some of the top golfers on the PGA Tour and is the Head Performance Coach for the Buffalo Bills. He was previously the Head Performance Coach for Point72.
In today’s episode, we have a masterclass on peak performance to get you prepared for the Masters tomorrow! We kick it off by hearing how Jack Nicklaus played a major rule in leading him to work with people in high finance and professional sports.
We talk about the need to balance mastery vs. ego orientation, how to handle fear and anxiety and still perform at your best, focusing on process over outcome, and how to balance confidence with overconfidence.
Be sure to stick around until the end to hear the commonalities he sees between greats like Tiger Woods & Steve Cohen.
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