Elite Performance Strategy employs neuroscientific principles learned during Beth’s Harvard neuroscience studies as well as the structured processes and systems developed from a landmark research strategy conducted collaboratively at University of Pennsylvania, University of California Santa Barbara, and High Performance Institute.1 Studies of 174,054 participants as well as data collected and analyzed from more than 1.6 million high performers in 195 countries collected over a 70-year span led to the identification of the attributes, habits, and practices of the world’s most extraordinary, elite performers. More specifically the research identified six singular, learnable, universally deployable behaviors that when habituated lead to sustained, high levels of performance with accompanying wellness in all areas of life, including life satisfaction, positive relationships, work quality, income, education, and body mass index (BMI).
Elite Performance Strategy works with high, top, elite performers using the study’s resulting defined High Performance Indicators, both as a summative and formative tool–in other words, for assessment and for structuring clients’ Strategy Programs. The High Performance Indicators are used to assess the effectiveness of clients’ habits across key areas associated with top levels of performance and then create powerful strategies to assist clients in reaching ever-greater, optimal levels of performance.
1 Mrazek, Alissa J., Michael D. Mrazek, Daniel A. Southwick, and Brendon Burchard. Measuring High Performance: The High Performance Indicator Development and Validation. Research Study. University California Santa Barbara, University of Pennsylvania, High Performance Institute. May 2019.