On The Road To Work-Life Balance, It’s All About The Inner Game

When Timothy Gallwey published The Inner Game of Tennis in 1974, the premise that peak performance in athletics had as much to do with mental control as physical prowess was downright outlandish. Today, the connection between mind and body is taken as more or less a given, and books that deal with attitude, concentration and self-confidence line the self-help sections of the bookstores. In fact, we now know that mastery of the inner game is a crucial element to any success – be it in sports, business, relationships, or personal development.

via Blogging To Have It All: RoadMaps in Review: April and May 2010.

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