ability to see clearly, achieve the impossible, acrobats, actors, “I’ll believe it when I see it”, “I’ll see it when I believe it”, commitment, envisioning outcome, Feedback, flawless execution, focus on the goal, focus on the obstacle, Leon Menezes, meticulous planning, monitoring, musicians, practice, professionals, sportsmen, The Inner Game of Golf, The Inner Game of Work, Timothy Gallwey
A friend has promised me a book called The Inner Game of Golf by Timothy Gallwey. It turns out that the same author has also written The Inner Game of Work. Although I haven’t had a chance to read it yet, it did get me thinking: what is this inner game and how does it work?
When we look at professional sportsmen, actors and musicians, we see very accomplished people doing extraordinary work and making it look quite simple. The same is true for acrobats who perform dangerous feats. How do they do it? Continue reading