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Featured Bowling Book Report Articles

The BTM Book Report: 'Zen Golf'
As its name implies, Zen Golf is a mental game book aimed at golfers. Author Dr. Joseph Parent presents an interesting mix of modern sports psychology and old-world philosophy and meditation to form a foundation of mental...

The BTM Book Report: 'Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less'
Alex Soojung-Kim Pang's Rest is mostly a book arguing in favor of a reduced workload as a means to higher productivity. Through a series of examples and arguments, Pang makes the case that rest isn't the opposite of work, but rather...

The BTM Book Report: 'The Talent Code'
Daniel Coyle's The Talent Code appropriately breaks up its lessons into three large chunks: deep practice, ignition, and master coaching. These sections offer insights into how people learn, the best ways to train for skill development, and the...

The BTM Book Report: 'The Greatest Salesman in the World'
The Greatest Salesman in the World by Og Mandino is told as a fictional story around a central character who was given scrolls with the lessons needed to become a great salesman. While the book attempts to consistently bring the advice...

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In her book, Sisu: The Finnish Art of Courage, Joanna Nylund seeks to explain a Finnish word with no translation to English. It can be considered courage, a dogged perseverance and steadfastness in the face of adversity...

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IssueArticle TitleAuthor
The BTM Book Report: 'Zen Golf'
The BTM Book Report: 'Rest: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less'
The BTM Book Report: 'The Talent Code'
The BTM Book Report: 'The Greatest Salesman in the World'
The BTM Book Report: 'Sisu: The Finnish Art of Courage'
The BTM Book Report: 'Shorter'
The BTM Book Report: 'Flow'
The BTM Book Report: 'Human Hacking'
The BTM Book Report: 'Kobe: Life Lessons from a Legend'
The BTM Book Report: 'Chatter'
The BTM Book Report: 'Atomic Habits'
The BTM Book Report: 'Ninety Percent Mental'
The BTM Book Report: 'Upstream'
The BTM Book Report: 'Coach Wooden's Greatest Secret'
The BTM Book Report: 'The Mental Edge'
The BTM Book Report: 'Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking'
The BTM Book Report: 'Human Potential: Passion, Perspective, Preparation'
The BTM Book Report: 'Chop Wood, Carry Water'
The BTM Book Report: 'Habits of a Happy Brain'
The BTM Book Report: 'The Inner Game of Tennis'
The BTM Book Report: 'Talent Is Overrated'
The BTM Book Report: 'You Are a Badass'
The BTM Book Report: 'The End of Average'
The BTM Book Report: 'Golf Is Not a Game of Perfect'
The BTM Book Report: 'Outliers: The Story of Success'
The BTM Book Report: 'Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World'