They Did You Can by Michael Finnegan
How to achieve whatever you want in life with the help if your sporting heroes (revised edition)

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Mike Finnigan has been working in performance psychology since 1991 and he has also worked in the elite sports arena in golf, cricket, rugby and football. His latest success is with Darren Clarke, who recently won golf’s Open Championship.Mike believes that, with the help of their sporting heroes, young people can achieve anything they want in the sporting world. By interviewing many sporting celebrities he has discovered just what it was that helped them to make it. Mike says “We can all make up excuses but you have to want to win more than you want the alibi for losing. Once you do that, you give yourself a proper chance of winning.”
 

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Mike Finnigan has been working in performance psychology since 1998 and he has also worked in the elite sports arena in golf, cricket, rugby and football. His latest success is with Darren Clarke, who recently won golf’s Open Championship. Ian Gilbert is one of the UK's leading educational innovators, speakers and writers with twenty years experience working with young people and educationalists around the world. He is the founder of Independent Thinking Ltd, the editor of the Independent Thinking Press and the author of a number of titles including Why Do I Need a Teacher When I've Got Google?. His book The Little Book of Thunks won the first education book award from the Society of Authors for 'an outstanding example of traditionally published non-fiction that enhances teaching and learning'.
 
Published January 31, 2012 by Independent Thinking Press. 176 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books, Parenting & Relationships.

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