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Book Report: The War of Art

“So you’re taking a few blows. that’s the price for being in the arena and not on the sidelines. The professional conducts his business in the real world. Adversity, injustice, bad hops and rotten calls, even good breaks and lucky

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Ten paradoxes that will improve your performance

paradox [noun]: a statement or proposition that, despite sound (or apparently sound) reasoning from acceptable premises, leads to a conclusion that seems senseless, logically unacceptable, or self-contradictory Literature, philosophy, and science are filled with paradoxes: The Fermi Paradox: the apparent contradiction between

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Posted in Biking, Books, Everything, Sports

Book Report: “Bounce”

“The talent theory of expertise is not merely flawed in theory; it is insidious in practice, robbing individuals and institutions of the motivation to change themselves and society.  Even if we can’t bring ourselves to embrace the idea that expertise

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Posted in Books, Everything, Leadership, Sports

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