Join us for a unique live event with Jake Humphrey and Professor Damian Hughes from The High Performance Podcast.
How do Olympic medal-winning athletes turbo-charge their motivation? How do multi-millionaire founders develop the habits of champions? And how do Premier League football coaches lead their teams to victory?
In this interactive event, Jake and Damian reveal the secrets the world's most remarkable athletes, coaches and entrepreneurs use to excel, and teach you how to do the same.
Drawing on their interviews with Hollywood actor Matthew McConaughey, England Football manager Gareth Southgate, entrepreneur Jo Malone, Rugby World cup winner Jonny Wilkinson and more, Jake and Damian’s talk will explore what drives high performers and identify the eight crucial steps we can all use to excel.
From taking responsibility for your situation to finding your 'trademark behaviours', thinking flexibly to crafting a high performance culture, Jake and Damian Hughes will draw on cutting-edge research to explain why these methods work - and how we can all use them.
You too can harness the secrets of high performance, and in this event, Jake and Damian will explain how.
Since its launch in March 2020, The High Performance Podcast has had over 10 million downloads in over 50 countries and was one of the breakout hits of 2020-21. Jake and Damian’s new book – High Performance – will be published on 9 December.
Don’t miss your chance to buy a discounted copy of High Performance as part of your ticket (RRP £20).
*There will be a chance to ask Jake and Damian your questions during an audience Q&A section.*
*Books bought as part of your ticket will be signed by Jake and Damian*
“High Performance will help you think clearly, act decisively and keep calm under pressure. If you want to stop making excuses and take responsibility for your life, I recommend you read this book” Ant Middleton
“High Performance will help you recognise your inner strength and celebrate your achievements. It's inspiring, exciting and massively motivating” Fearne Cotton