Atul Gawande - Singles
Atul Gawande is a surgeon, writer, and public health leader. He is a practicing endocrine surgeon at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and a professor at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. This book will show you why you must get better at your craft.
Mini-Book Singles Presents: Personal Best: How to Improve Your Skills
"No matter how well trained people are, few can sustain their best performance on their own. That's where coaching comes in" -Atul Gawande
- Top athletes and singers have coaches. Should you? Dr. Gawande took his surgeon skills to the next level by working with a personal coach. You may not be a doctor, but the message in this book is clear: Everyone can benefit from working with a coach.
Watch Atul Gawande's TED Talk about importance of coaches.
1. Everybody needs a coach.
2. Never stop improving.
3. Be open to objective feedback.
- Mini Books are 52 pages, including the cover. It's the perfect size to put in your pocket, and read on the train, bus, on your lunch break, or just about anywhere you need a break from the distractions of a noisy world.
- Book Dimensions: Height 5.5" (139.7 mm), Width 3.5" (88.9 mm), Thickness (3 books) .375" (9.525 mm)
- Proceeds support the Ucal McKenzie Breakaway Foundation. Visit UcalBreakaway.com to learn more.