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WHAT YOU WILL FIND INSIDE
A blue print to unlock your potential to perform in high stakes situations.
Get an in-depth look at how world-class leaders organize their lives to thrive.
Embark on your own journey of becoming your best.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
DR. MICHAEL GERVAIS
Co-founder of Compete to Create, licensed psychologist and industry visionary, Dr. Gervais focuses most of his time on people at the “top of their game,” from the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and NBA players, to Olympians, military personnel and corporate leaders. Spending years in the trenches of high-stakes circumstances, Gervais has developed clarity for the tools that allow people to “thrive under pressure.” Gervais is a published, peer-reviewed author and a nationally recognized speaker on issues related to high performance for those who excel on the largest stages in the world.
Pete Carroll, co-founder of Compete to Create, executive VP of football operations and head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, coach Carroll’s life passion is to build organizational cultures that support and help people be the best they can be. Carroll has developed a philosophy and approach for creating and sustaining a successful high-performance culture. His framework and processes are shared through Compete to Create in an effort to give top business leaders insights and knowledge into how they can enhance their cultures and unlock the potential of their teams.
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