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Harriet Beveridge is an Executive Coach and Stand-Up Comic. On graduating from Oxford, she became a Management Consultant with Ernst and Young. She went on to specialise in leadership development and is now a director of an international coaching company and runs helpfulhumour.com, the coaching resource which blends comedy and personal development. Ben Hunt-Davis spent 10 years chasing the Olympic dream. He came 6th in Barcelona and 8th in Atlanta. Since winning Gold at the Sydney Olympics Ben has run a successful corporate coaching company, helping FTSE 100 companies make their 'boats go faster'. Ben is now 2012 Programme Director for the British Olympic Association.
Inspirational story along with deep analysis that explains the decisions made. As a person interested in rowing to a standard, this was a perfect book to kick start my training but... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gladiator19994
This book can be a little untidy at times, but it is full of passion and superb advice for setting and achieving goals and targets. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mr. A. P. Wright
I got this book for my son who is a very keen rower. Four years later (aged 18) he still keeps it beside his bed.
Intrigued, I have borrowed it a few times. Read more
Easy enough reading and interesting how the book links rowing with principles of success in life and business. Highly recommended.Published 1 month ago by Luke LeSauteur
an actual business and growth book that is framed within a practical context (racing and training for Olympic Gold) makes for refreshing reading indeed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Stuart
Probably the most useful simple single thought ever
I will from today on reference my decisions on that simple premise will it make the boat go faster? Read more
The main theme of the book is how a British 8 man boat could go from underachieving at both the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games to achieving gold at Sydney. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Simon
Fascinating insight into a driven athlete that will stop at nothing to achieve his goal. Reviewed and analysed as the book goes on into the leadership skills and winning mentality... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gregor