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  1. This column gives examples from the NBA, UFC, golf, and gunfighting. It goes into detail about brain chemistry that can help or hurt your chances of going into The Zone. Without getting too technical, here are the general conclusions: 1. In a clutch situation, you will do what you trained to do. 2. Thinking can get in the way of doing. 3. Trying harder can cause choking. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2712465-the-secrets-of-clutch Key quote: "This is the way beyond human limits. When we forget we are human—when we forget that "we" exist at all—is when we can be as great as we want to be." This column is so similar to the things Brian, Lanny Bassham, and the GM's have been discussing on the Forum for years. Sean
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