The Performance - Emotional Intensity and Performance
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Emotional Intensity and Performance
Each athlete/individual has his/her own optimal emotional intensity (high, moderate, or low) (Hannin, 1980, 1986). The key to successful outcomes in difficult situations such as business seminars or meeting or sporting events, is in the effective management of one's emotions. If emotions become to intense, one can 'choke', and thus underperform. Transflow Proformance works with each individuals styles of dealing with emotions and ability to manage intensity levels.
- assists the the individual within the boundaries of his/her emotional capacity
- respects that each athlete has a 'recipe' for management of emotions pre-event. (It is in working with an individual's own recipe and enhancing his/her strategies that improvements can be had in assisting optimum in-competition performance)
- assists the individual to develops an in-depth awareness of their personal emotional states
- provides instruction on how to manage emotional states and release emotions quickly and effectively while remaining in flow.