Dr. Bill Thierfelder knows what it takes to win. As a student at the University of Maryland he dominated the high jump, winning fame as an All-American and Irish national champion. Later he earned his doctorate in sports psychology. He became a private coach and mentor to the world's top athletes...and revealed to them his hard won secrets for success.
In Less Than a Minute to Go: The Secret to World-class Performance in Sport, Business and Everyday Life, Thierfelder, now President of Belmont Abbey College, reveals the secrets to:
But Thierfelder does more than give peak performance techniques. In this audiobook, he shows why sports are worthy of our deep attention and effort, whether as athletes or as avid spectators and fans.
He shows how sports can and should engage the highest parts of our nature that, in fact, only when we are so engaged can we truly excel.
And he reveals how sports train and prepare us for other arenas...where we all are players and where our choices have more significance than any World Series or Super Bowl.
Join Dr. Bill Thierfelder in an exploration of sport-and of life-as you have never considered them before.
©2013 Dr. Bill Thierfelder (P)2013 Saint Benedict Press, LLC
Dr. Bill Thierfelder has been at the forefront of uncovering the essentials needed to become a peak performer. Now Dr. Bill’s innovative concepts is for our reading enjoyment. Less Than A Minute To Go, are a treasure trove of new ideas and a holistic approach to optimizing performance; by unifying the mental, physical and spiritual make up of the human person. This book will help you become a better you!
"Less Than A Minute To Go" and "Boys In The Boat" are my top two.
I was amazed by the powerful analogies and stories.
This was the first.
I now understand the importance of living in the present moment using all of my skills, talents and abilities to the fullest. The same is true for my children.
This is a great book and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it. If you want to become a better athlete, business person, spouse or parent this is the book for you!
Title made me expect it would be a precise examination of those minutes/seconds where performance counts - and the preparation that led to great execution during those moments. While there were a few sporadic examples of this, most of the book consisted of tired aphorisms on good behavior
No. This book was misleading in its title. It should be called "Sports coaching philosophy".
He should have named it more appropriately. Remove some of the 'preachy' components.
No. This is the first.
No. It's fine how it is for a sports philosophy book.
This book is spoken very well and the topics cover sport athlete coaching quiet well, although still very high level philosophy. And take Business out of the title and the book will be fine. However, it has nothing to do with Business except for a few analogies which are a stretch. It's overly preachy well past acceptable for a 'supposedly' business book. It should be reclassified or retitled as Sports Philosophy.
Absolutely! I highly recommend it because it contains valuable insights and tips for becoming a better person in all ways.
Showed how to make peak performances happen more often. Very understandable and practical.
There are so many it is hard to pick just one story. The 3 clues at the end are great!
Yes. It reveals the truth about performance, life and purpose in a powerful way. Some of the stories will make you laugh and others will make you cry (sometimes tears of joy).
I highly recommend it!
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