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Spokesperson Availability - Dr Alan Watkins Offers Comment on Why Some Sportspeople Fail on the Biggest Stage (Sochi Winter Olympics)

LONDON, February 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Dr Alan Watkins coaches Olympic athletes (GB Rowing) and global CEOs to be brilliant very day, regardless of the stresses and pressures involved. His background in neuroscience means he has an amazing insight into exactly what goes wrong when we freeze or flop at the very moment we need to be at our best.

Being able to control what is happening inside our bodies directly affects our performance, whether we're at the top of the piste or the head of the boardroom table. Anyone can be brilliant occasionally, maybe regularly but what about every day - especially on a specific Olympic day? Alan Watkins explains very simply how anyone can learn how to deliver brilliance every single day.

Author of the recently published book, Coherence - The Secret Science of Brilliant Leadership, Dr Watkins is an experienced media spokesperson having appeared in print and on BBC TV and Sky.

Dr Watkins' Ted Talk about how to improve performance has received more than 300,000 views: He is currently working with UK Sport on their Elite Programme that is focused across all Olympic disciplines. More about his work with GB Rowing, West Indies cricket and round-the-world yacht racing can also be found here:

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