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Every so often you read/listen to a book and take away a few ideas that you can apply. This book made me marvel at the topic - what do all the great performers have in common - it seems that practice, fantastic coaches and being the skill you are learning are all key. Not a surprise really, but the book has twists and turns throughtout, provides a research based approach and lots of practical wisdom. I would also challenge any teacher that wants to be a fantastic resource to their students to get a copy as well.
People who may want to wet their appetite regarding what it takes to be super successful
He is was good
Title is rather misleading
this is full of memorable stories and actionable ideas. Anyone involved in sport or high performance in almost any sphere should listen or read this. Fantastic.
the many stories of real experiences that have led to the conclusions in this book
Just very easy to listen to
Many aspects, too many to list, belief in simplicity, and discipline in those aspects of coaching and learning that lead to success
you dont have to read the whole book just so you know that when you praftice whatever, your neurons get wraped in myline which conduct the electric pulse faster. there, i have saved you one credit.
"WOW, absolutely stunning book...get it!!!"
Simply the best audio book I?ve listened to for years. For such a complex subject I found it absorbing, so easy to understand and follow...if I?d only had this knowledge when I was 20 years younger...who knows...at best I could have changed the world, at worst I would have perhaps reached my dreams younger :-)
I?ve bought over a 100 audio titles from Audible to date but this one really blew me away. It just makes so much sense, I?m converted. This is a must read for every coach, parent, teacher and every human being that wants themselves or their children to excel. It should be given to everyone...just imagine what we could be! I?m ignited to put this new knowledge into deep practise!
"The Talent Code"
I found this book really interesting. It is one of the best audiobooks I own. I had never heard of this concept before, but I can fully recommend it as a fascinating listen.
"Very interesting ideas"
I bought this book because I wanted to find a way to skip the practise and find a way to be naturally good at playing the guitar. Turns out that you can't; nobody can. But you can practise more effectively. And you can make peace with the people who are exceptionally good at something and look like they have god-given talent - they just put in the hours it takes to get good.
I very much enjoyed this book, particularly the first few chapters. I think the anecadotal stuff overtook somewhere in the middle and I lost interested but the Myelin wrapping stuff is very useful information that I can use definitely.
"The Talent Code"
Good subject. A little long winded at times, but learnt a few things a long the way. Didn't regret buying it.
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