Daniel Coyle Tracks The Keys To Developing Talent And Skill In His Book The Little Book of Talent

Daniel Coyle, author of THE LITTLE BOOK OF TALENT

Daniel Coyle is a contributing editor at Outside magazine and a former Senior Editor.

In addition to his three works of nonfiction, he has written a novel, Waking Samuel.

Daniel has won a book of the year award. In addition, he has been nominated twice for the National Magazine Award and he’s been featured in The Best American Sports Writing.

His latest book is titled The Little Book of Talent: 52 Tips for Improving Your Skills. It’s a user’s manual for improving skills with 52 proven tips for getting better at sports, music, art, and business.

He lives in Ohio and Alaska with his wife and their four children.

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