The Talent Code: Greatness Isn't Born. It's Grown. Here's How.
Daniel Coyle
Marie's Review

Building off of the research that Daniel Coyle presented in The Talent Code, Coyle’s newest book offers 52 mostly concise tips for improving your skills in … well, whatever it is that you want to do better.

Most of the examples in Coyle’s previous book, indeed, seemed to pertain to music and sports. One might argue that success in such venues depends on very different, more concrete skills than those required for successful leadership, which depends on more flexible and situational skills.

This time, Coyle addresses the differences between “hard” and “soft” skills and tells us how how practice each of them in different ways to practice each differently.