Recording - Success Under Pressure

Posted by InSync Training on Mar 23, 2015 2:30:00 PM

March 23, 2015

Instructors: Gary Bailey and Michelle Mclean-Bailey


Gary and Michelle are a one of a kind husband and wife team that combine their experience as superstar sportsman and world famous beauty queen together to give companies a revolutionary business presentation.

This star studded duo use their successful business backgrounds and extensive television and public speaking experience to provide delegates with a humorous business presentation using a series of practical steps to teach them how to THRIVE UNDER PRESSURE.

This subject is vital in today’s fast-paced world where the ability to thrive under pressure is key to success.

They have 5 GREAT principles which they prove are of huge value in terms of improving success levels:

Gratitude – we are wired to worry and see problems, in other words, to be negative (called Negativity Bias) – gratitude is the most powerful way to counter this bias and to create a more positive approach.

Reframing – to see challenges in a more exciting manner without changing any of the facts – this skill enables people to perform more successfully and at a higher level.

Energy – both our food intake and our exercise schedule impact our ability to operate well under pressure. Gary proves that it is worth all the effort to eat healthy food and exercise appropriately in order to get more things done in the day, and so be more successful.

Advancement – improving and learning ensures we stay ahead of the competition, and also invigorates our brains and helps us to think more clearly, and with more confidence.

Teamwords – Words have an immense power, and in order to get help from your team to achieve your goals, you will need to get them onside by using powerful motivating Teamwords.


Participants will leave with an outline of how they can use Gary and Michelle’s 5 GREAT principles to ensure they not only perform under pressure, but THRIVE! These GREAT skills will not only improve success at work, but can also have a profound positive effect on participant’s personal lives.


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