5 Ways To Improve Work Performance & Produce Your Best Work (Proven By Science)

by Vishen Lakhiani February 18, 2019

Is there a science to producing your best work for the world?

We all want to succeed at what we do. We all want to become better, more successful versions of ourselves.

But is there a scientifically-backed way to do this?

Steven Kotler didn’t just write the book on the subject. He wrote several.

Over the past seven years, Steven Kotler has written bestseller after bestseller, including The Rise of Superman, Abundance, Bold, and Stealing FireHe’s even been nominated for the Pulitzer Prize for his contributions on the subject.

In this video, I reveal five ways to improve work performance backed by Steven’s research that will totally change the way you view peak performance.

What Is The Habit Of Ferocity?

Steven Kolter isn’t just a bestselling author. He also happens to be the person I turn to when I’m trying to figure out how to give my best at work.

In Steven’s latest book, he takes a look at an important habit that all peak performers have. It’s what gives them an advantage on everybody else.

The habit of ferocity

What is the habit of ferocity? In Steven’s words, it’s a single habit that integrates the 5 principles of peak performers.

If you’re looking for ways to improve work performance or rise above your current level of success, this is the man you want to pay attention to.

The habit of ferocity is a collection of 5 key principles. These principles are what Steven Kotler has cultivated over many years of research. He’s worked alongside many top performers and entrepreneurs to try and understand how they do what they do.

And it all comes down to the habit of ferocity.

5 Ways to improve work performance from Steven Kotler

When risk is a challenge, fear becomes a compass—literally pointing people in the direction they need to go next. —Steven Kotler

According to Steven Kotler, there are 5 principles we need to incorporate into our lives if we want to attain real and lasting success.

Using these strategies, we can develop ways to improve work performance, increase productivity, and develop unstoppable motivation in our daily lives.

The 5 principles of Steven Kotler’s habit of ferocity are as follows:

  1. Motivation
  2. Flow
  3. Risk-taking
  4. Learning
  5. Grit

In this video, I share not only the 5 principles from Steven Kotler that cultivate the habit of ferocity but also the 5 case studies that prove that anyone can apply these principles straight away.

It’s never too late to start building the life and future you always imagined. And often, it’s simply a matter of changing our daily habits, one day at a time.

The habit of ferocity has the potential to revolutionize your life…but only if you’re willing to make a change.

Watch this video to hear about how you can immediately start implementing these principles in your life to lessen the gap between who you are and who you want to be.

What do you think is the most important habit for success? And how do you strengthen it? Share in the comments below.

by Vishen Lakhiani
Vishen Lakhiani is the Founder and CEO of Mindvalley; the transformational education company which brings the world's best teachers and authors together to revolutionize education worldwide. He leads a team of 250 people from 49 countries building personal growth programs with cutting-edge learning technology and real-world events across the globe. Vishen is an entrepreneur, speaker, philanthropist, and a former board member of the XPrize Foundation. He is also the author of the New York Times bestseller and #1 book on Amazon, The Code of the Extraordinary Mind.

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