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"We all remember the portrayal of Josh Waitzkin in "Searching for Bobby Fischer." He was a very impressive child who continues to impress with "The Art of Learning." Through a unique set of experiences, Waitzkin has formed an original and outstanding perspective. From chess to Tai Chi, he provides tools that allow all of us to improve ourselves every day." -- Cal Ripken, Jr., 2007 Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee
Josh Waitzkin, an 8-time National Chess Champion in his youth, was the subject of the book and movie, Searching for Bobby Fischer. At 18, he published his first book, Josh Waitzkin's Attacking Chess. Since the age of 20, he has developed and been spokesperson for Chessmaster, the largest computer chess program in the world, currently in its 10th edition. Now a martial arts champion, he holds a combined 21 National Championship
Not even finished yet but is one of my favourite books ever. I'm learning speed reading just so I can read it again and againPublished 6 days ago by Paul C.
I enjoyed this book. It is mainly about learning something to apply in a competitive manner. Josh is very good at articulating his emotions and expressing his ideas. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Moosh
this is the first book I've read from cover to cover in a long time! A very engaging story of his life mixed with his personal insights into excellence in his field! Read morePublished 18 days ago by Mr. S. B. D. Henderson
Simply SUPERB. Anyone who wants to be anywhere near the top of their game (in any area) needs to buy this today. Read morePublished 1 month ago by BiBi Berlin
I had high hopes for this and while there were some interesting ideas suggested and covered in there, it mostly felt like a chronology of "and then I got really good at this,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dan Coffey
I really enjoyed reading this book. I found it interesting & inspirational. Autobiographical and a self hep book in one. Inspired me to go to a Tai Chi class next week!Published 2 months ago by Michael Brewer
The author has made clearly a book that is his own biography. The catchy title ahs got nothing to do with the actual content.Published 4 months ago by akmar