Health and performance consultant Richard Sutton provides a scientifically based and comprehensive report on stress – what it is, what causes it, what its effects are and how you can manage it. Sutton explains, counterintuitively, that stress also can improve personal development and growth. As a physical trainer and performance expert, Sutton has worked with top-flight athletes – some of the world’s most highly stressed performers. Sutton outlines a “resilience model” you can implement.
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Health and performance educator Richard Sutton has advised top athletes, Olympic teams and international sporting federations. He consults with leading companies on stress resilience, employee engagement and productivity.
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2 years agoThis is excellent. Plan on sharing this information with my team and putting it into practice.
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