Being “clutch” can be learned. The author interviewed many people who were clutch in their chosen endeavors. This book discusses 5 specific commonalities amongst such people: focus, discipline, adaptability, presence, and fear & desire. It also discusses 3 specific reasons why people choke: accountability, overthinking, and overconfidence. Through a slew of examples from business, sports, and the military, the author shows us how anybody can learn to be consistently clutch.
“All the pressure was right there, but I wasn’t going to think about it … Pressure is perceived. If I don’t put added pressure on myself, I’ll be fine.”
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