perception of my performance than the performance itself. More often than not, I perform absolutely fine.So, what exactly does it mean to perform well under pressure?
How do we excel when all eyes are upon us and how do we recognize when we succeed? To better understand the answers to these questions, I consulted an expert, Talkspace therapist Elizabeth Hinkle, LMFT.First, you have to remember that there are subjective and objective ways of measuring performance, which are influenced by external forces like a job performance review and internal forces like self-esteem.
Therefore, everyone may have different perspectives on what it means to perform well under pressure. “A high-pressure situation may be defined in a variety of ways, depending.Read more on talkspace.com