Thriving in Uncertainty with Dr. Kirsten Peterson, Elite Performance Psychologist

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Kirsten Peterson is a registered psychologist, endorsed sport and exercise psychologist and principal sole trader for Kirsten Peterson Consulting. Prior to her current role, Kirsten worked as a senior sport psychologist with the US Olympic Committee, and more recently headed up the performance psychology team for the Australian Institute of Sport.

Kirsten’s current practice consists of performance psychology and executive coaching services for individuals and consulting to organizations in the areas of “happy, healthy, high performance,” culture, and team building, and education to groups in the areas of performance enhancement, mindfulness, neuroscience, and mental health.

In this podcast, Cindra and Kirsten talk:

  • Why embracing failure is key to high performance
  • What is at the heart of mastering the mental game
  • The separations of the world’s best from a mental perspective
  • Why we need to become friends with our mind
  • A free summit on thriving in uncertainty she is organizing

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“The present moment is where we want to be if we are going to increase our chances of thriving.” – Kirsten Peterson
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“You can’t be better than you are, but you can be all that you are.” – Kirsten Peterson
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“When we are trying to be the best at our craft, we are always going to be pushing the edge. Failure lets you know where the edge is.” – Kirsten Peterson
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