Always Being Clutch, Adapting to Any Situation, and Dominating Your Opponent | Relentless by Tim S. Grover

Always Being Clutch, Adapting to Any Situation, and Dominating Your Opponent | Relentless by Tim S. Grover

 

 

 

In this new season of Behind the Underdogs, we take a different approach. We now dissect and discuss growth and self-development books, starting with Relentless by Tim S. Grover.

Each episode we cover 50 pages, today we cover pg 97-143.

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The best part about Grover is that he has hundreds of stories to back up his claims. In the first chapter he writes about the "clutch" gene and how you do not want that title. He uses examples of Lebron, backing up his claims of why he didn't think (at the time of writing this book) Lebron was a cleaner. He compares those stories to stories of Kobe, Jordan, and Wade to explain to you that being clutch at the most important times isn't enough to be a cleaner, you need to always be "clutch."

He goes on to discuss a cleaners ability to adapt to any situation. We talk about Tiger Woods' upbringing and how his dad always challenged his capabilities on the golf course with distractions ad obstacles.

Finally, the last chapter we dissect is about finding your opponents weakness and attacking. Within this chapter, he also compares the leadership tactics of Kobe and Jordan, giving two completely opposite strategies that both worked in the end.

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