Doctor Discovers a New Kind Of Stress Management and Performance Enhancement Tool

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Many people who suffer from stress and who want to perform better can accomplish this by making music a part of their daily regime. Jay P. Granat, Ph.D., has found that many of his patients and many top athletes respond better to Motown tunes than they do to new age tunes.

Many people who suffer from stress and who want to perform better can accomplish this by making music a part of their daily regime. Jay P. Granat, Ph.D., has found that many of his patients and many top athletes respond better to Motown tunes than they do to new age tunes.

"Some patients get more stress relief with upbeat, energizing Motown tunes than they get with New Age melodies that have traditionally been used by many therapists in the past. Motown brings back fond memories to many middle aged patients. It gets them laughing, smiling and dancing. These are all great stress management techniques and this form of music seems to help patients to make contact with upbeat, optimistic and playful thoughts and feelings that can really change the way we feel, behave and perform," according to Dr. Jay Granat.

"Additionally, many athletes use music to get their minds into the right gear prior to competing in their sports. A number of the athletes I have coached love Motown tunes too," says Granat who is himself a big fan of The Four Tops, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and The Supremes.

Jay P. Granat, Ph.D. has coached top performers from many different worlds for more than twenty years. He has presented at Paine Webber,
MFS, Hyatt, Schering-Plough, Easter Woman's Golf Association, Alpine Country Club, Emerson Country Club, CBS Radio, Optimum On Line, Fairleigh Dickinson University, The Sports Counseling Conference At Springfield College, The Greenwich School Of Continuing Education, Gilda's Club, The State Bar Of New Jersey and The New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association.

Dr. Granat who has been featured in The Sunday New York Times, Good Morning America, Tennis Magazine, The International Herald Tribune, The Newark Star Ledger, Men's Health Magazine, SFO Magazine, The BBC, ESPN has been named one of the country's top ten mental gurus by Golf Digest. Granat who writes a weekly column for three newspapers is also the author of How To Get In The Zone And Stay In The Zone With Sport Psychology and Self-Hypnosis, Twenty One Creative Ways To Conquer Stress and How To Lower Your Golf Score With Sport Psychology and Self-Hypnosis.

The founder of http://www.StayInTheZone.com, Dr. Granat has counseled world class athletes, Olympic athletes, weekend warriors and promising young athletes from virtually every sport. He teaches the same mental skills used by top athletes to top performers in many different industries and companies.

His most popular seminar topics include: How To Increase Your Sales And Lower Your Golf Score, How To Sell In The Zone, 21 Creative Ways To Conquer Stress.

If you are interested in having Dr. Granat conduct an entertaining and informative seminar for your company or if you want some personal coaching for yourself or for a young athlete, Dr. Granat can be reached at 888-580-ZONE.

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