ONE OF THE most identifiable characteristics of a great leader is the ability to remain calm during chaotic situations. But while it may seem like staying how to stay calm under pressure is a trait that you are either born with or will never have, it is a learned skill.
Learning to stay calm and composed gives you a competitive advantage to be successful. Whether you’re navigating the chaotic holiday season or the last seconds of a close game, this skill will help you stay focused on the task at hand, see things with clarity, and calm the chaos around us.
Here are ways to begin developing this skill, a critical part of the TB12 mindset.