Joan Ryan examines the science and the stories behind great team chemistry, a subject she details in her book: Intangibles.
Chiefly a writer about baseball, Ryan's explorations into what makes teams successful in the locker room translate to all sports.
Bruce McLane brings in Mike Tolkin to chat with Phil Terrigno, Assistant Coach at Army West Point, to talk about an oft-overlooked area of the field—right in the middle.
How do you win the territory war between the ten-meter lines either side of halfway? Terrigno and Tolkin look at options, ideas, and tactics.
Olympic gold medal-winning shooter Lanny Bassham realized that his dream of a gold medal in the Olympics was dashed in 1972 because he wasn't mentally disciplined.
But he bounced back four years later after essentially creating his own mental control curriculum. That turned into a career, as Bassham became a mental training expert to athletes, CEOs, and the military. His insights are invaluable.