New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan presents this fascinating look at a subject that has puzzled many for centuries. Why do some people actually perform better under stressful conditions, while others find it difficult to function at all? Here, Sullivan provides real-world examples of how people succeed under duress and attempts to explain why and how they do so. "A well-written examination of what makes a person perform despite stress."-Time magazine
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