A Conversation with Tim Gallwey

A Conversation with Tim Gallwey

After several years of planning, production recently launched for Tim’s upcoming “Inner Game” television special targeted for initial broadcast on Flagship PBS Station WGBH later this year.

As part of this new “Inner Game” media initiative a “Conversation with Tim Gallwey” was also filmed.

From “Inner Game of Tennis” to his recently released book “Inner Game of Stress” Tim provides us with an all encompassing and enlightening commentary about his work, his journey and his “Inner Game”.

“A Conversation with Tim Gallwey” DVD is now available on this site and is priced at 49.95.
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A phenomenon when first published in 1972, the Inner Game was a real revelation. Instead of serving up technique, it concentrated on the fact that, as Gallwey wrote, “Every game is composed of two parts, an outer game and an inner game.” The former is played against opponents, and is filled with lots of contradictory advice; the latter is played not against, but within the mind of the player, and its principal obstacles are self-doubt and anxiety.

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2 Responses to A Conversation with Tim Gallwey

  1. Meetinder Singh Gill says:

    Hey tim, a big fan of yours, read your book inner game of tennis and I just cannot define how much has it helped me in improving my game. I have decreased my errors significantly. I now enjoy the game more than ever because I have learnt how to control control the match, my opponent and myself. Thanks a lot for writing such a wonderful book.
    -Self 1 & self 2

  2. Peter says:

    Tim,

    Your books have given me the tools handle any situtation and realize
    the degree of stress is my choice. I have spent years try to be a
    better person and meet the expectations of Self 1 and others…and at
    the end of day I was miserable. The day I decided to judge myself as a
    good person, I became happy and my enjoyment of life and its
    challenges improved 110%. And at the end of the day I am a better
    parent, husband, son, co-worker and tennis player!

    Thank you!!