I have started avoiding self-help books recently. I felt like I was not getting anything from them. I was just looking for dopamine hit. So I don’t know why exactly I picked this one up—maybe because of tennis. But I am glad I did.
I won’t call this a self-help book anyway. It’s more about managing your brain. The analogy used in the book is so helpful that I have started to caught my procrastination behaviours more often now. It’s also an old book that’s very short which makes it more compelling.
P.S. I originally wanted to write a long form review of the book. But thought otherwise because I don’t want to give anything away. Bear with tennis analogy and this is worth every bit of your time.