What’s Jim Winterton Reading 2?

If you follow Winterton Racquetball on Facebook, you’ll notice that Jim Winterton mentions the titles of books with some frequency. He isn’t always the best at providing the author’s details, so finding out the real book he’s discussing can take some extra effort. The most recent mention actually included the link to the book on … Continue reading What’s Jim Winterton Reading 2?

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Most comprehensive book on Racquetball, or ?

I received a new book about racquetball, Advanced Racquetball, by Steve Bo Keeley this month. It may either be the most comprehensive book on racquetball ever, or the biggest doorstop added to my collection. 825 pages of material, with quite a few pictures. I have a few problems with Mr. Keeley’s editing. His most recent … Continue reading Most comprehensive book on Racquetball, or ?

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Synchronicity

In the very early 1990s, I was a psychology major. During that time, I read quite a number of popular psychology books that tried to take research and apply it to real people in real situations. One of the best of these was Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Experience by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi. His concept of … Continue reading Synchronicity

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What’s Jim Winterton Reading?

If you follow Winterton Racquetball on Facebook, you’ll notice that Jim Winterton mentions the titles of books with some frequency. He isn’t always the best at providing the author’s details, so finding out the real book he’s discussing can take some extra effort. The most recent mention (September 14) is So Good They Can’t Ignore … Continue reading What’s Jim Winterton Reading?

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