#10 Dr. John Sullivan: The Brain Always Wins

Dr. John Sullivan is a Sport Scientist and Clinical Sport Psychologist with over twenty years of clinical and scholarly experience, including sixteen years with the New England Patriots of the National Football League (NFL) coordinating clinical care and sports science. He also holds appointments for the NCAA and is a consultant for the English Premier League, NFL and NFLPA, the elite military in North America (USSOCOM/SOCOM), and NASA. In this episode, Dr. Sullivan discusses drivers for performance and how to create a High Performance environment. He also details the danger of one-size-fits-all performance programs and popular habits that the internet gurus espouse. Finally, we get into a fascinating discussion around the fallacy of “grit” research and the dangers of misinterpreting the 10,000-hour rule.
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