Wisdom Wednesday – Pain & Suffering

I’ve been reading a lot of stoic philosophy lately (Marcus Aurelius, Epictetus, and Seneca).  In particular, Ryan Holliday’s book The Obstacle Is the Way: The Timeless Art of Turning Trials into Triumph, has been outstanding.  If you have ever wanted to read philosophy, this is a great place to start.  Usually philosophy is written by some snooty person … Read more

Road to the 2015 GBO – 83 Days to Go

I mentioned in one of my Facebook updates this week that I am restricting my reading to sports psychology for the duration of my preparation for the GBO.  I’m really enjoying that decision and I highly recommend that if you play competitively at all you check out at least one book on the subject.  I … Read more

No BS Review – Zen and the Art of Disc Golf

A while back, I put up a post titled, “Who Says There are no Books For Disc Golf”.  In it, I said that while there were only one or two books directly about disc golf, if you expanded your thinking, there are plenty of books out there that would help you improve at the sport … Read more

Who Says There Are No Books For Disc Golf?

After disc golf, books are where a great deal of my discretionary income goes.  At any given time, I usually have about three books I’m reading.  Typically, that’s one fiction, one non fiction, and one technical “how to” book.  Ever since I can remember, I’ve loved getting lost in a great story, learning about the … Read more