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Ego is the Enemy (eBook, ePUB)
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A powerful meditation on the nature and dangers of ego, from the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Stillness is the Key, and Obstacle is the Way - over 1 million copies sold'Re-read it each year. It's that important' Derek Sivers, author of Anything You Want'Ryan Holiday is one of his generation's finest thinkers' Steven Pressfield, author of The War of Art'This is a book I want every athlete, aspiring leader, entrepreneur, thinker and doer to read' George Raveling, Nike's Director of International Basketball 'Inspiring yet practical' Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws of Power It's wrecked the careers of promising young geniuses. It's evaporated great fortunes and run companies into the ground. It's made adversity unbearable and turned struggle into shame. Every great philosopher has warned against it, in our most lasting stories and countless works of art, in all culture and all ages. Its name? Ego, and it is the enemy - of ambition, of success and of resilience. In Ego is the Enemy, Ryan Holiday shows us how and why ego is such a powerful internal opponent to be guarded against at all stages of our careers and lives, and that we can only create our best work when we identify, acknowledge and disarm its dangers. Drawing on an array of inspiring characters and narratives from literature, philosophy and history, the book explores the nature and dangers of ego to illustrate how you can be humble in your aspirations, gracious in your success and resilient in your failures. The result is an inspiring and timely reminder that humility and confidence are our greatest friends when confronting the challenges of a culture that tends to fan the flames of ego, a book full of themes and life lessons that will resonate, uplift and inspire.

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Stand: 29.11.2020
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Ego is the Enemy (eBook, ePUB)
4,99 € *
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A powerful meditation on the nature and dangers of ego, from the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Stillness is the Key, and Obstacle is the Way - over 1 million copies sold'Re-read it each year. It's that important' Derek Sivers, author of Anything You Want'Ryan Holiday is one of his generation's finest thinkers' Steven Pressfield, author of The War of Art'This is a book I want every athlete, aspiring leader, entrepreneur, thinker and doer to read' George Raveling, Nike's Director of International Basketball 'Inspiring yet practical' Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws of Power It's wrecked the careers of promising young geniuses. It's evaporated great fortunes and run companies into the ground. It's made adversity unbearable and turned struggle into shame. Every great philosopher has warned against it, in our most lasting stories and countless works of art, in all culture and all ages. Its name? Ego, and it is the enemy - of ambition, of success and of resilience. In Ego is the Enemy, Ryan Holiday shows us how and why ego is such a powerful internal opponent to be guarded against at all stages of our careers and lives, and that we can only create our best work when we identify, acknowledge and disarm its dangers. Drawing on an array of inspiring characters and narratives from literature, philosophy and history, the book explores the nature and dangers of ego to illustrate how you can be humble in your aspirations, gracious in your success and resilient in your failures. The result is an inspiring and timely reminder that humility and confidence are our greatest friends when confronting the challenges of a culture that tends to fan the flames of ego, a book full of themes and life lessons that will resonate, uplift and inspire.

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Understanding decision-making in basketball
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We investigated decision-making and interpersonal coordination under constraints, such as posture of the opponent and angular relations of the performers to the scoring target, in basketball. Affordance-based decisions of the attacker, of which side to drive to the basket, depended on feet positioning of the defender, at small interpersonal distances scaled for each dyad. The alignment between the attacker and defender to the basket constrained the decision of the attacker of which side to move past the defender. To succeed, attackers moved quickly in order to increase their relative angle with the defender and basket, while enclosing the interpersonal distance. Dyadic coordination tendencies, expressed by longitudinal and lateral displacements, were also constrained by the relative angle of performers to the basket. Our experimental findings suggested that a continuum of informational constraints, related with the posture of the opponent and angular relations between performers and basket, might have shaped the exploration of emerging possibilities for action at different spatial and temporal scales.

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An Empirical Comparison of Competitive State An...
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Performance based on open skills may be more influenced by anxiety and self-confidence than performance based on closed skills. An open skill can involve either an individual or team sport with the athlete per- forming in an interactive and ever-changing environment (basketball, tennis). A closed skill is performed in a more stable environment that is relatively predictable and often self-paced (i.e., golf, gymnastics, crew teams). Anxiety may have a different impact on performance on these two types of skills, based on how the influence of the environment and other competitors potentially moderate the anxiety/performance relationship. Evidence from the literature on precompetitive mood and performance suggests that the more an athlete interacts with an opponent, the more likely the opponent's actions or performance will exert an influence on the relationship be- tween mood and performance. As there is more contact with the opponent in open skill sports, therefore one could predict that anxiety would have a more detrimental effect on performance in open skill sports than in closed skill sports, due to the greater interaction with opponents and less control over the environment.

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Neuromuscular Components of Fitness and Physiol...
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From sports participation to sport specific conditions, this state of the art text contributes comprehensively in the domain of physical education and sports sciences contextualizing the knowledge and theory that forms the underpinning of our knowledge behaviour in relation to neuromuscular components of fitness and physiological variable among basketball players of different level of achievement. Sport performance has taken a great leap over the last 20 years. Technology has enhanced our level of performance greatly through improved equipment and nutritional products. Back in the 1980 s it was good enough to be fitter than your opponent, that would secure the win, it was good enough to have more technical skills, it would ensure the upper hand, even having tactical skills would allow for an advantage. Today however, everybody is as fit, as technically and tactically advanced as their opponent. The playing fields have been leveled once again. This book may contribute towards promotion of athletic performance by means of helping physical education teachers and coaches to develop sound training program besides devising remedial training program.

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Radomir Kova evi
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Radomir Kova evi (March 20, 1954 June 14, 2006) was a Yugoslav Olympic judoka and coach. He has participated in three Olympics, (Montreal, Moscow, and Los Angeles) and is an Olympic medalist. He was well known in judo circles and was close friends with world-famous Japanese judo champion Yasuhiro Yamashita. Recently, he served on the NYC 2012 Olympic Bid Committee. Radomir Kova evi was born in Drvar, Bosnia on March 20, 1954. His father was a World War II veteran. Kova evi grew up in and began practicing sports in Drvar. He started Track and Field in 1967, at the age of thirteen. By age fifteen he tried basketball, but said "I was very angry because regardless of how good I was, my opponent always scored."

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Ego is the Enemy
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A powerful meditation on the nature and dangers of ego, from the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Stillness is the Key, and Obstacle is the Way - over 1 million copies sold'Re-read it each year. It's that important' Derek Sivers, author of Anything You Want'Ryan Holiday is one of his generation's finest thinkers' Steven Pressfield, author of The War of Art'This is a book I want every athlete, aspiring leader, entrepreneur, thinker and doer to read' George Raveling, Nike's Director of International Basketball 'Inspiring yet practical' Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws of Power It's wrecked the careers of promising young geniuses. It's evaporated great fortunes and run companies into the ground. It's made adversity unbearable and turned struggle into shame. Every great philosopher has warned against it, in our most lasting stories and countless works of art, in all culture and all ages. Its name? Ego, and it is the enemy - of ambition, of success and of resilience. In Ego is the Enemy, Ryan Holiday shows us how and why ego is such a powerful internal opponent to be guarded against at all stages of our careers and lives, and that we can only create our best work when we identify, acknowledge and disarm its dangers. Drawing on an array of inspiring characters and narratives from literature, philosophy and history, the book explores the nature and dangers of ego to illustrate how you can be humble in your aspirations, gracious in your success and resilient in your failures. The result is an inspiring and timely reminder that humility and confidence are our greatest friends when confronting the challenges of a culture that tends to fan the flames of ego, a book full of themes and life lessons that will resonate, uplift and inspire.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 29.11.2020
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The Impact of Pressure-Full Play on Volitional ...
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In basketball there are situations in which different factors appear and demand the players mental and technical stability, which determine the result. During that time even the highest quality player may miss a shoot that cost the team the victory. This study focuses on how basketball players perform in different game situations. The theory of volitional control by Julius Kuhl (2001) provides an explanation for the differences in performance. It describes cognitive and affective processes that modulate an individual characteristic interplay of different psychic systems. The player s predisposition whether he is an action- or a state-oriented is crucial. This study examines the different behavior of pressure-full and normal players, with pressure-full play describes a player s behavior that puts the opponent under pressure. Pressure in sports is a suitable tactical, technical, and psychological means to maintain or increase one s own performance and to reduce the effectiveness of the opponent at the same time. This study investigates whether or not volitional control and pressure-full play have an effect on the performance in basketball in critical and non-critical situation.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 29.11.2020
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Ego is the Enemy
10,98 € *
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A powerful meditation on the nature and dangers of ego, from the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Stillness is the Key, and Obstacle is the Way - over 1 million copies sold'Re-read it each year. It's that important' Derek Sivers, author of Anything You Want'Ryan Holiday is one of his generation's finest thinkers' Steven Pressfield, author of The War of Art'This is a book I want every athlete, aspiring leader, entrepreneur, thinker and doer to read' George Raveling, Nike's Director of International Basketball 'Inspiring yet practical' Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws of Power It's wrecked the careers of promising young geniuses. It's evaporated great fortunes and run companies into the ground. It's made adversity unbearable and turned struggle into shame. Every great philosopher has warned against it, in our most lasting stories and countless works of art, in all culture and all ages. Its name? Ego, and it is the enemy - of ambition, of success and of resilience. In Ego is the Enemy, Ryan Holiday shows us how and why ego is such a powerful internal opponent to be guarded against at all stages of our careers and lives, and that we can only create our best work when we identify, acknowledge and disarm its dangers. Drawing on an array of inspiring characters and narratives from literature, philosophy and history, the book explores the nature and dangers of ego to illustrate how you can be humble in your aspirations, gracious in your success and resilient in your failures. The result is an inspiring and timely reminder that humility and confidence are our greatest friends when confronting the challenges of a culture that tends to fan the flames of ego, a book full of themes and life lessons that will resonate, uplift and inspire.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 29.11.2020
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