Learn how to perform at your best with less stress

Learn how to perform
at your best with less stress

We all want to be focussed and effective at work, with plenty of energy left for the things we care about when we get home,

but there is a problem…

  • There are too many competing demands.

  • It feels like we don’t have enough energy for everything.

  • We’re always making trade-offs.

Discover content that equips you to perform at your best in a way that feels sustainable and achievable

Work smarter, 
not harder

Manage
stress

Improve sleep
and recovery

Increase
energy

Enhance cognitive
performance

Find clarity and confidence

James Hewitt is a human performance scientist with a passion for making complex science digestible and practical. He established this site to share evidence-based, actionable insights from his 15+ years of work and research with some of the most demanding and high-performing clients.

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  • Feel inspired and energised with new ideas to improve your wellbeing and performance.
  • Gain confidence and clarity about what will work for you.
  • Get equipped with practical tools to put good ideas into action.

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