How inculcating ‘High Performance’ habits can change your life

2 min readDec 2, 2019

What does ‘High Performance’ mean? It means developing the behaviours and mindsets that help you succeed beyond standard norms in a consistent manner — not only in your professional life, but in your personal life as well. And this is done while maintaining positive well-being and good relationships overall.

Meghana V Malkan, a certified High Performance coach who has been trained by New York Times bestselling author Brendan Burchard, has been coaching people on their performance mindset for over a decade. With varied experience, she has influenced and coached people on how to have a high-performance mindset, irrespective of any field that you are from — whether you are a software engineer, an accountant or a stock market trader.

Interestingly, ‘High Performance’ is not about working harder. It is about doing everything in life with engagement, joy, and confidence. It’s for anyone who believes in giving their best in what they do. It is a process that explores all the ways you can reach heightened and sustained levels of performance and potential in your life. What’s most important is that this is a science-backed, results-oriented, proven coaching curriculum that focuses on asking empowering questions, providing development-supportive habits, and creating a success-helpful mindset.

How do these qualities help in better professional? Meghana Malkan, co-founder of training institute Malkansview, giving stock trading as an example, says, “When I started coaching people on how to make money trading in stock markets, I realized many participants’ mindsets influenced the way they took decisions because of set thought patterns. That’s when I decided to specialize in this field so my students get the best.”

Meghana, co-author of the book #Cashtags, encourages her students to follow the habits of the High-Performance curriculum diligently and ensures their performance is always at its peak. She helps them break free of the habits and mindsets that hinder their progress.

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