“Change and growth takes place when a person has
risked themselves and dared to experiment with their own life.”
~ Philosopher Herbert Otto
In my 31 years of coaching and consulting I have had the privilege to work with world-class athletes, executives, writers, pastors, entrepreneurs and performance artists. During all of these years of working with thousands of individuals, I have never had anyone tell me,
“Can you please help me become a mediocre performer?”
“You know Dr. Nick, I am making way too many sales. How can I become a little less effective with my clients?”
“What are some ways to slow down my writing career?”
“I really don’t care if my art makes it to the marketplace.”
“I am perfectly happy staying afraid and playing it safe.”
Not once have I been asked to help someone stay on the path to mediocrity. Yet, we tend to define our lives in terms of safety, lack of risk-taking and just “getting through” comfortably. An outrageous life doesn’t settle. It doesn’t put up with things being just ‘okay’.
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You can maximize your performance in pressure situationsand eliminate the anxiety, and fear that cripples your self-confidence and keeps you from achieving your full potential in Business, Performing and Sports.
Whether you are a business professional, performing artist, entrepreneur or athlete, I am here to help you:
- Overcome anxiety, self doubt and fear when speaking in public or performing in pressure situations.
- Gain fearless self-confidence and the mental and physical skills necessary to perform in ways that up until now seemed impossible.
- Grow your business, move up the ladder at work, give effective and powerful presentations and perform without anxiety on stage or on the playing field.
- Create powerful focus, concentration and presence while performing.
Hello, I’m Dr. Nick Lazaris, Performance Psychologist, Anxiety Coach and Speaker, and I can show you that it IS possible to perform, create and live without the self-destructive beliefs and behaviors that keep you from achieving your goals! If you desire to rid yourself forever of the fears that hold you back, while becoming fearless, bold, and confident, then you have come to the right place.
Through powerful one-on-one coaching, workshops and presentations , and unique learning resources I offer support and psychological skills training to help you unleash your peak potential and performance!
If you are ready to take your performance, art, business, and life to a new level, then let’s have a conversation to discuss how I can help you move beyond anxiety and self-doubt to achieve what you are absolutely capable of ~ let’s talk!.
I am getting ready to head out on a Cruise with my wife to celebrate our 30th Wedding Anniversary. I thought I would post a fun clip of an introduction to a presentation I did as a speaker on a Cruise to Bermuda 4 years ago. It’s fun and a way to get me ready for my trip. I hope you enjoy it!
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This is my new, personal blog. My mission is to help you perform fearlessly,
create outrageously and live boldly.
My goal is to create insightful, relevant and practical content that you can put to work in your professional and personal life. If you desire to approach your business, creative endeavors or relationships with less fear and more boldness, then this blog is for you.
I will be writing on personal development, enhancing your performance, productivity and becoming creative in the work that you do. On occasion, I will write about things that do not fit neatly into one of these categories.
I anticipate posting one to two times a week. I will send out an e-mail to everyone when I do, alerting you that a new entry has been posted. From there, it’s up to you. To make sure you don’t miss my newest posts, you can subscribe via RSS or e-mail.
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