We live in a competition loving culture. We love the performance, the big win, the ticking seconds of the clock as the game comes down to the wire. We watch games and cheer, sometimes to the point of obsession, but if we really wanted to see greatness - wanted to cheer for it, see it happen, understand what made it happen - we’d spend our time watching, obsessing on, and maybe even cheering the practices instead.
I was amazed that how this book took something that we take for granted--practice, and discussed it as if it were a science, while providing easy to implement techniques for making us better in just about anything.
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