Bounce. The myth of talent and the power of practice. Matthew Syed

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Bounce.  The myth of talent and the power of practice.  by  Matthew Syed

Bounce. The myth of talent and the power of practice. by Matthew Syed
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Shortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year.Entertaining, provoking and positive, BOUNCE reveals how we can all be exceptional.Matthew Syed, bestselling writer ans international table-tennis champion(after many hours of practice) takesMoreShortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year.Entertaining, provoking and positive, BOUNCE reveals how we can all be exceptional.Matthew Syed, bestselling writer ans international table-tennis champion(after many hours of practice) takes us on a revelatory exploration of being the best and the true nature of talent.

In doing so he debunks many cherished myths-that we canbe born brilliant (and the child prodigies proveit)- that we are restricted by our genetic make-up-and some suprising discoveries, including the impact on performance of intense religious belief, why many athletes and others chokeand how a Hungarian man turned his daughters into three of the bets chess players in history.A joy to read Howard Jacabson, Man Booker Prize Winner.



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