This is a book about what it takes to succeed in major league baseball, as well as in life (besides that mysterious quality called TALENT). The difference between a talented minor leaguer and a superstar is the quality these authors call MENTAL TOUGHNESS.
Life often requires enormous sacrifices of those of us who would be, and/or become, the BEST at what we choose, or are chosen, to do. This book discusses PRIORITIES and CHANGES--what we need to do to be among the elite who really succeed in becoming as great as they can be. We all have talent in different fields, and different ways of developing it. The difference between a good player and a great one, a star and a superstar, is what this book elucidates. It is written in terms of baseball, but its lessons can be applied in every field of endeavour, and by nearly anyone.