Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 The year was 1935. The game was played at Crosley Field. The pitcher was Si Johnson. He was preparing to take the mound at Crosley Field. He was going to have the single most memorable game of his professional career.
#2 Ellis, the author, was a 19-year-old boy who was terrified of women. He had a sickly childhood, and as he entered his teens, he longed for a relationship. But his fear of being rejected kept him stuck in place.
#3 When your attempt rate is high, each individual failure becomes less significant. Accepting failure doesn’t just make risk-taking easier, it’s the only reliable path to success.
#4 The lives of creative individuals, including their backgrounds, educational upbringings, and productivity, can help us understand how they differ from others. Creative geniuses, for example, tend to hold a broader array of interests than their average contemporaries.