Optimal performance on the field – or in the office – requires the proper mental attitude. In his storied career as a sports psychology consultant, the late Gary Mack worked with hundreds of professional and amateur athletes. Many of the lessons and techniques he applied live on in this enduring 2001 classic. Mack’s astute, inspiring and entertaining study of the athlete’s mind remains relevant and applicable. His insights and anecdotes offer value on every page to elevate your game, in sports and in life.
About the Authors
The late Gary Mack was a leading sports psychology consultant who worked with professional teams and athletes in every major sport. David Casstevens wrote Somebody’s Gotta Be Me, a biography of former NBA star Charles Barkley.
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