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More than half of the book seemed to be about coaching or teaching others in practice and not about practice methodology as I was expecting. Teaching and coaching is a topic I am interested in so it was still a good listen, but I could see it being a disappointment for someone looking for what it describes itself to be, a book about practice.
51 of 52 people found this review helpful
If there's one thing I got out of this book, it's that practice makes permanent. This actually might be the only thing I got out of the book, but it's something I've thought about every couple days ever since listening. When I'm driving, and I realize I haven't been paying attention, I remember that I'm making a habit of distracted driving and make a conscious effort to perk up for a few minutes. You hear "Practice doesn't make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect", but it wasn't until I listened to this book that I realized crappy practice makes you even crappier. The rest of the book didn't leave much of an impression as it focused heavily on the profession of teaching, and I'm not a teacher. I'm glad I listened to it, but am unlikely to listen to it again.
56 of 58 people found this review helpful
Great listen for sport coaches. Organising practice and giving feedback is all dealt with here.
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Essential listening for every parent, teacher and child and for anyone who wants to get better at what they do.
Practice makes perfect!