The Rock Warrior´s Way: Mental Training for Climbers, first published in 2003, outlines the foundation of the Warrior´s Way ® material. Espresso Lessons takes the material into practical climbing situations. It is the ´´how to´´ application of The Rock Warrior´s Way, intended to build upon and complement it. - Mental fitness training is simply improving your ability to keep attention in the moment. The most challenging?and interesting? moment in rock climbing is when your mind doubts whether or not you can continue climbing. Knowing when it is appropriate to push through this doubt and when to back off is critical for taking appropriate risks. - Espresso Lessons helps you take appropriate risks. It is an intentional approach to risk-taking that includes very specific processes for gathering information, assessing risks, making risk decisions, and taking effective action. - Many climbers ignore or avoid falling. Espresso Lessons addresses falling head-on, through intentional falling practice. It also includes specific exercises to practice all phases of risk-taking, allowing you to integrate the Warrior´s Way ® material in a practical and tangible way.
Espresso Lessons:From The Rock Warrior´s Way Arno Ilgner
A one-stop shop for many of the questions and concerns that cadets and junior officers have as they enter a career in the U.S. Army, the New Army Officer´s Survival Guide: Cadet to Commission through Command is the advice-equivalent to a double espresso for junior Army officers; it´s simple, it doesn´t take long to get through, and it provides results. New Army Officer´s Survival Guide: Cadet to Commission through Command comprises advice gained from the author´s first-hand experiences in two separate Company Commands totaling over forty-one months paired with current Army resources and doctrine. Floeter covers many lessons that most officers learn the hard way as a means to help junior officers succeed. New Army Officer´s Survival Guide: Cadet to Commission through Command provides an overview of Army ROTC, a detailed walkthrough of skills needed by Junior Officers across the Army, and a consideration of the intangible measures of successful Commanders, explaining techniques and possible leadership styles or methods to utilize in common situations. It wraps up with four Annexes: Useful gear for the field and office; officer branch and Basic Officer Leader Course information; common acronyms and phrases, and a list of each Punitive Article of the UCMJ. Levi J. Floeter combines dozens of resources into a single easily-readable volume that a cadet or junior officer can carry with them for reference. Floeter´s crisp and clear writing style makes this book a great complement current to Army doctrine and regulations.
Learn how to inspire your audience with best-selling author Paul McGee! 13 things youll discover when reading this book... 1. The big lesson Steve Jobs learnt when an advertising exec threw something at him... and how it will help how you communicate. 2. Seven ways to manage your nerves (surprisingly, you dont want to eliminate them). 3. Why our obsession with body language is totally wrong, and what to focus on instead. 4. Why you must think about a beachball before you next speak. Believe me, its essential. 5. A question your audience is always thinking, and how to ensure you provide the answer. 6. The most common mistake experienced presenters make that nervous ones never do. 7. Why so many presentations cure insomnia, and how to make sure youre serving an extra strong double espresso instead. 8. The number one thing most presenters forget to bring when theyre speaking to others. 9. Discover the most underprepared part of your presentation, and how to avoid making the same mistake. 10. What womens magazines and TV soap operas have to teach us about audience engagement. 11. What I learnt from a guy with one of the most powerful memories on the planet, and how it can transform your communication. 12. Discover Tony Blairs biggest fear when Prime Minister, and how you can tackle the same issue with confidence. 13. Why you dont have to be funny to use humour in your presentation, and three easy ways to do it.