Research has studied “normal” brains but also those of peak performers in sport, the arts, business, military and meditators. Individual brains differ but peak performers share a special ability to operate more efficiently than most of us. They use their brain’s auto-pilot state—being in the moment, not thinking, trying or judging. Their minds are still instead of wasting energy, turning on when there is something to do. They see the whole picture and feel the people around them. Brain- training can remove the blocks our brains have developed to stillness and teach us to operate at our own peaks.
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