The P3 Experience Conquering The Mental Roadblock

Conquering The Mental Roadblock


  1. Identifies specific small tasks and creates a list of the things needing to be done, starting with the easy tasks.
  2. Demonstrates measurable goals to not overextend or have a negative impact on the overall quality of work.
  3. Identifies attainable & realistic goals when to take breaks in order to clear the head and approach the next task with a new perspective.
  4. Identifies timely positive outcomes of mental exhaustion that comes from having to make too many decisions.

P3 Course Design

Opening Activity:

  • Aerobic Preparation


  1. Diagnostic Assessment:
    • Use Reaction Time & Decision-Making Analysis to conduct a diagnostic assessment of individuals’ decision-making processes and reaction times.
    • Identify specific areas where individuals may be experiencing delays or inefficiencies in evaluating options, weighing potential outcomes, or making decisions.
  2. Root Cause Analysis:
    • Analyze the underlying factors contributing to the roadblock, such as cognitive biases, lack of information, fear of failure, or decision-making paralysis.
    • Use Reaction Time & Decision-Making Analysis data to pinpoint patterns or trends that may indicate common obstacles faced by individuals.
  3. Skill Development and Training:
    • Develop targeted training programs or interventions aimed at improving decision-making skills and reaction times.
    • Incorporate exercises and activities designed to enhance individuals’ ability to quickly evaluate options, consider potential outcomes, and make decisions with confidence.
  4. Feedback and Coaching:
    • Provide individuals with personalized feedback based on their Reaction Time & Decision-Making Analysis results.
    • Offer coaching and guidance to help individuals identify and overcome specific challenges or weaknesses in their decision-making process.
  5. Mindfulness and Stress Management:
    • Integrate mindfulness practices and stress management techniques to help individuals stay calm and focused when faced with decision-making challenges.
    • Teach individuals to recognize and manage stress responses that may impede their ability to make timely and effective decisions.
  6. Simulation and Role-Playing Exercises:
    • Create simulated scenarios or role-playing exercises that replicate real-world decision-making situations relevant to the missing roadblock.
    • Use Reaction Time & Decision-Making Analysis to measure individuals’ performance in simulated scenarios and identify areas for improvement.
  7. Continuous Improvement and Adaptation:
    • Encourage individuals to continually reflect on their decision-making processes and seek opportunities for improvement.
    • Use Reaction Time & Decision-Making Analysis as a tool for ongoing assessment and adaptation, adjusting interventions based on individuals’ progress and feedback.