Preview - Tutorial 32, "Performing Under Pressure"
A brief excerpt from Tutorial 32:
Pressure comes in various shapes and sizes. I think we can all associate pressure with competition, and to an extent we measure athletes based largely upon their performance when the spotlight is at its brightest. Most sports fans can picture Michael Jordan raising up to hit that crazy, fading jumper from the free throw line extended over Craig Ehlo as time expired to send his Bulls past the Cleveland Cavaliers in a deciding Game 5 during the 1989 NBA playoffs. Just as engrained in our minds is the image of Bill Buckner letting Mookie Wilson’s ground ball slip through the five-hole to doom the Red Sox in the 1986 World Series.
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