Is it possible to not take the way you feel too seriously in any given situation? Do you have to feel a specific way to provide an excellent performance? Is this so-called ‘optimum performance state’ something athletes should be chasing? Is trying to control the mind sending athletes in the opposite direction towards busy mindedness rather than towards clarity helpful? Jamie Smart, best selling author of Clarity, (Clear Mind, Better Performance, Bigger Results) shares his personal transformational stories of feeling nervous, even terrified about performance yet somehow; he is still able to give a quality presentation. Listen here to learn more about this new dimension to the human performance.

Jamie Smart

Jamie Smart is a Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker and executive coach. He presents regularly at major conferences worldwide, sharing the principles behind clarity with individuals and businesses, and showing them how to create the results that matter to them. He’s passionate about working with coaches, consultants and other transformation professionals to help them have a big impact with their clients and grow thriving practices. His books include CLARITY: Clear Mind, Better Performance, Bigger Results, The Little Book of Clarity and his latest book, RESULTS: Think Less, Achieve More. You can find out more about Jamie at, and on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat at