Obviously I haven’t been that diligent about posting regularly to this blog for the last few months. That’s because I’ve jumped wholeheartedly into what gives me my greatest fulfillment in life. I am living a totally restful, idyllic vacation. (For a refresher I described it in my last two posts.) Unfortunately I am left with little time for things like posting blogs. In any case, here is a quick update.
Regarding my second book, I finally finished the first draft. The tentative title is The Breakthrough Lesson No Coach Ever Taught and it deals with a unique mental approach to sports that I think will have a major impact on how sports are taught and practiced. Needless to say, when it is printed, I’ll let you all know.
Now here’s the cool part. My co-author Steve and I explained
our book to a mutual friend who just moved into town. His name is Buddy
Biancalana. Buddy was starting shortstop for the Kansas City Royals when they
won the World Series in 1985. Upon hearing our ideas, Buddy got super
enthusiastic and tried them out on some of the kids he coaches. He was blown
away with the dramatic transformations that took place. So were the kids. Based
on his experience, he went to
On my first book’s front, the Czech version and the
Portuguese version were recently released. The
Finally, a dear friend from
I am always inspired by Alexander’s writings and approach to life. I have, on occasion, even lifted a few of his ideas to put in my blog. Alex is one smart cookie with a lot to offer.