The book is interesting when he delves into a little bit of his clients like Michael Jordan Kobe Bryant and Charles Barkley among others but there is so little offered in the way of concrete strategies it was a real disappointment. To take athletes who were already among the greatest of all time and make them better. Know what result you want and lock on until you get such result. He expects the reader to be male, and mentions having the support of wives and girlfriends. A lot of what he says is counter to popular self-help and to be honest may not seem completely healthy.
Another huge one is the ability of these athletes to be unaffected by the environment and how they use high-pressure situations as fuel to bring out the best performance. In a Cooler, an idea will travel from his brain to his mouth—he has to talk about it, discuss it, share it with others for feedback and approval. It means becoming a Cleaner. Private corner offices and management by decree are out, as is unquestioned trust in the government and media. Instinct and talent without technique just makes you reckless, like a teenager driving a powerful, high-performance vehicle.
Besides reading, I also watched a few Micheal Jordan videos and that made me realize how powerful he really was. Do your homework He's the author of Relentless: From Good to Great to Unstoppable. It's more 232 pages of Grover patting himself on the back than it is a decent, useful read. For those of you who admire Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, Charles Barkley and any other sports person you'll love it because thats all he really uses as examples. Chapter 8: When You're a Cleaner. You are completely wired with instincts and reflexes specifically designed so you can survive and succeed.
It means creating new goals every time you reach your personal best. I have no delusions about who i am as far as those three are concerned. If you want your opinions to have value, you have to be willing to put them out there and mean what you say. Anything is possible given the time and effort, but most people are not able to put in that time. Again: Can you be the best? Trust me : no one ever lost weight sitting on the couch with a book. The only difference was now we had ways of getting those results faster and more effectively. He knew his skills and knowledge were so finely tuned that he could dominate any situation; he worked so long and hard that his body and mind reflexively knew what to do at all times.
Life can be complicated ; the truth is not. My favorite is how he informs us how he wished Tiger Woods hadn't apologized for leading everyone on because you have to foster your dark side? You create a standard, along with expectations and then are required to meet it every day. A true leader can see past those deficiencies, identify the abilities, and get the most out of that individual. But that is when another sort of task emerges and the war continues. He would train multiple times a day in any way he could even if he had an injury.
Ask yourself, what would it let go of all the external pressure and expectations and just be yourself? But never because the Cleaner has lost control of his feelings. Wh One of the worst books I have ever read. Does the electronic version of the book completely replace the paper version? You need to remove luck and chance from your business equation, and lock in massive success. It is owned by Tim Grover. I just can't do this anymore! This book was written for dumb people. It reads like a sales letter for a high end coaching program.
You don't have to love the work, but you're addicted to the results. You should believe the same about yourself. No one knows what he does, but the job always gets done. What separates those who master these challenges and those who get derailed? You already know what to do. Don't care who you're facing, you can handle anyone.
Then you go for more. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Unfortunately I did some more listings here but the copy limit reached it pretty quickly so there was no way I'd get to finish it here. When I was six, he handed me a bone saw and told me to help. Third-party sites are multimedia services that allow you to read and download e-books.
Work everyday, Kobe Bryant would work as hard on the off season as he would during the regular season. The biggest lesson I got from the book is the emphasis on self-trust. I only made it half way through before throwing in the towel. You're not intimidated by pressure, you thrive on it. How does this one compare? Instinct is the opposite of science: research tells you what others have learned, instinct tells you what you have learned.