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The Little Book of Talent: 52 Tips for Improving Your Skills

The Little Book of Talent is a manual for building a faster brain and a better you. It is an easy-to-use handbook of scientifically proven, field-tested methods to improve skillsyour skills, your kids skills, your organizations skillsin sports, music, art, math, and business. The product of five years of reporting from the worlds greatest talent hotbeds and interviews with successful master coaches, it distills the daunting complexity of skill development into 52 clear, concise directives. Whether youre age 10 or 100, whether youre on the sports field or the stage, in the classroom or the corner office, this is an essential guide for anyone who ever asked, How do I get better?...

Title : The Little Book of Talent: 52 Tips for Improving Your Skills
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ISBN : 18652778
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 161 pages
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The Little Book of Talent: 52 Tips for Improving Your Skills Reviews

  • Henri Hämäläinen

    I loved Daniel Coyle's previous book the Talent Code. That's the reason I wanted check another book from him, The Little Book of Talent - 52 Tips for Improving Your Skills.

    Quite soon after I started to read this book, it became obvious that this book has the same contents as his previous one, just in much simpler form. For that reason, it is hard to review this one as a separate book. The ideas and information behind all the tips are good ones. Formatting these to the form of short tips although

  • Flexnib

    Some great tips here, including:

    TIP #4


    "...write stuff down and reflect on it. Results from today. Ideas for tomorrow. Goals for next week. A notebook works like a map: It creates clarity."

    TIP #16


    "...set a daily SAP: smallest achievable perfection. In this technique, you pick a single chunk that you can perfect—not just improve, not just “work on,” but get 100 percent consistently correct."

    TIP #50


    "Grit is that mix of passion

  • Vadim Sviridovich

    Небольшая по объёму, но полезная по содержанию книга, повествующая как нам наиболее эффективно совершенствовать свои/чужие профессиональные навыки и развивать личные качества. Учить и учиться никогда не поздно!

  • Deborah

    I won this book through the goodreads first reads program.

    Received this book - with postage due! Only 59 cents, but still! Why didn't they just send it media mail instead of first class? This is an uncorrected proof, so I can't quote it.

    I haven't read The Talent Code: Unlocking the Secret of Skill in Sports, Art, Music, Math, and Just About Everything Else. For art, Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You about Being Creative may be better.

    I definitely think this book would be a worth

  • Marissa Morrison

    Stare at what you want to become (e.g. watch YouTube videos).

    Musicians should have "listening practice" as well as playing practice.

    Play super-slowly to find mistakes.

    Work in a simple, spartan space.

    Learning hard skills requires precision and repetition.

    Soft skills require variation and improv.

    Don't stop practicing the basics.

    Good coaches are impolite, scary, succinct, focused on fundamentals, and older. They also make an emotional connection in the first minute.

    Find the "sweet spot" (50-80% err

  • Amir

    Nuggets of applied techniques for effective learning and training many of which if employed enables you to achieve the results of 1 year training in just couple of months.

    This book would be a great companion to his other amazing one "The talent code"

    It's supposed to be a pocket book, so, the material are quite concise. I'd prefer more in-depth material, hence the two withheld stars.

  • Eric Jensen

    The Little Book of Talent is a 'how to' guide based on Daniel Coyle's research on the science and practice of skill building and coaching (see his previous book The Talent Code). He presents 52 tips organized into three sections: Getting Started, Improving Skills, and Maintaining Progress. Coyle's approach differs from most books written by athletic coaches and music teachers in his divergent focus and emphasis on the underlying neuroscience of skill building. While this is not really a scientif ...more

  • Maria

    I received a free advanced copy in soft cover.

    Wow this book is great. I like the fact that it is tips, small concise ideas, that you can add to your life. I don't like the usual self help books because they are long about explaining why this idea will help. Just give me the tip and the supporting theory and I can choose to add it to my life.

    This book has a few tips that I may not totally agree with, but there are many excellent ideas that make great sense. It's like "why didn't I think of that!