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Pump up your performance--in any sport, any business, and in any arena
Tiger Woods has become the greatest champion in the history of sport, transcending golf to become a worldwide icon for athletic excellence, competitive intensity, and the destruction of dated cultural barriers and traditions. Even people who don't play golf know Tiger. We are fortunate to experience his era firsthand and can apply Tiger's attitude, focus, and character attributes to boost our performance in any situation--on the job, in the classroom, and, yes, even on the golf course.
Author Brad Kearns, whose How Lance Does It revealed the success formula of the great Tour de France legend, delivers a heavily researched, life-altering analysis of what Tiger Woods does to achieve--and maintain--peak performance not only in golf but in everything he does.
"Brad Kearns has a refreshing perspective on peak performance that he captures eloquently in his writing. While being intensely competitive and focused on winning is great, Kearns reminds us that our greatest rewards come when we are motivated by pure love of the experience."
Brad Kearns is a former national champion triathlete who was ranked number three in the world. A longtime writer, peak performance coach, and motivational speaker, he is the author of How Lance Does It and Breakthrough Triathlon Training. A lifelong golfer with a 3.8 handicap, Kearns was a competitor in the Southern California Junior Golf circuit when Tiger Woods first came to prominence as a young golfer. Luckily, Kearns never had to play against him.
Great book on Tiger he wrote back when he was good and winning. He talks a lot about his technique and his golf game. Helped my game a good bit following his tips. Read morePublished on October 15, 2012 by Clinton Coe
I highly recommend this book to all those who have desire to learn and grow to become better. Very well written!Published on July 22, 2009 by Mr. William Mcinerney