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Journalist Coyle travels the world to discover the truth about talent in this fascinating account that studies how individuals can unlock their full potential and bring their talents to light. The discoveries put forth by Coyle come down to three main elements: coaching, motivation and practice. While these hardly seem like breakthroughs, Coyle's discovery process proves fascinating. Providing detailed examples from a variety of different sources, Coyle's work becomes as motivational as the stories he presents. John Farrell reads with a voice that is at once firm yet highly identifiable. The resulting recording serves as a fine instructional guide for those searching for how to fulfill their dreams. A Bantam hardcover (Reviews, Apr. 6). (Apr.)
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An interesting approach on the value of repetition and small improvements
. Shows the scientific methodology in skill creation. Definitely worth anyone's time.
A very important book for everyone. I have recommended it. It is the science of how we learn written by a journalist who has 4 children and was motivated to help them be the best... Read morePublished 13 days ago by arlene ahmadbedohave
I liked the information on deep practice and master coaching. Anyone can apply these skills to begin a journey of developing their talent.Published 25 days ago by ron