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Shooting for the moon with an empty gun
on 17 April 2014
This book gives you a strong feeling the author is shooting for the moon with an empty gun (and a pocket full of blanks). Most of the advice is either common sense or taken from other (much more genuine) books like "The inner game of tennis" or "Winning ugly". Some of the tricks the author presents display a lack of style and the whole book feels like it was written by a 15-year old who wants to be the next Timothy Gallwey... with the emphasis on "want-to-be".