The Inner Game of Tennis

The Classic Guide to the Mental Side of Peak Performance By: W. Timothy Gallwey Published: 1974 Read: 2020 Summary Most people focus on improving their “Outer Game” (their technique, etc.). They ignore the “Inner Game”, what goes inside their head.

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How To Teach Your Baby To Be Physically Superb

From Birth to Age Six By: Glenn Doman, Douglas Doman, Bruce Hagy Published: 2006 Read: 2020 Summary A child’s mobility competence is linked to the development of his brain. So, if you want to help improve a child’s mobility, help

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The Happiest Baby on the Block

The New Way to Calm Crying and Help Your Newborn Baby Sleep Longer By: Harvey Karp Published: 2015 Read: 2020 Summary Why do babies cry so much? One of the reasons is because babies are born immature. The brains of

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Brain Rules for Baby

How to Raise a Smart and Happy Child from Zero to Five By: John Medina Published: 2010 Read: 2020 Summary What does it take to raise a happy, smart kid with a decent moral compass? The answer is simple: lead

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Selfish Reasons to Have More Kids

Why being a great parent is less work and more fun than you think By: Bryan Caplan Published: 2011 Read: 2020 Summary Parenting absorbs ever more time and people wrongly believe that happiness and having (more) kids are incompatible. Based mainly

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The End of Average

How We Succeed in a World That Values SamenessBy: Todd RosePublished: 2016 Read: 2020 Summary: Minimizing errors. Businesses, schools and governments assess people based on their relationship to the average. Using the group average to determine the norm (type), they

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Prepared

What Kids Need for a Fulfilled Life.By: Diane Tavenner Published: 2019 Read: 2020 Summary: What do you enjoy doing? What are you good at? What is the best way to pursue these interests (and contribute to society)? Schools are typically

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Influence

The Psychology of Persuasion By: Robert B. Cialdini Published: 1984 Read: 2019 Summary: When we make decisions, for various reasons (lack of time, uncertainty, complexity, etc.), we rely on short-cuts: conditioned, automatic responses. This book explores six mechanisms (reciprocation, consistency,

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