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Deep Learning : Turning mistakes into Skills

A well written piece in article by Rishab Nahar. Wish I could think and write like this.

In his book, ‘The talent Code’, Daniel Coyle beautifully explains what it takes to master a skill, And this is by far the best example to explain it. 469 more words

Sixth Sense

Coyle takes victory in final Turf Tour Grand Prix at Wellington

Derry’s Daniel Coyle claimed victory in the final Turf Tour Grand Prix of the 2017 season at Wellington in Florida today. Riding Susan Grange’s Fortis Fortuna, Coyle delivered a blazingly fast double clear effort that could not be touched, despite the efforts of 45 of the industry’s top show jumping combinations. 247 more words

Equestrian: International

Coyle awarded top young rider at WEF after two more wins on final day

Daniel Coyle capped a great weekend at the Winter Equestrian Festival by coming out on top in Sunday’s $50,000 Hollow Creek Farm U25 Grand Prix Finale at Palm Beach International Equestrian Center in Wellington, Florida, and then going on to claim the $50,000 1m50 Suncast National Grand Prix. 213 more words

Equestrian: International

Double-clear nets second place for Coyle in $216,000 Florida Grand Prix

After a five-way jump-off, Ireland’s Daniel Coyle claimed second place in last night’s four-star $216,000 Wanderers Club Grand Prix as the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, Florida drew towards its conclusion. 127 more words

Equestrian: International

Daniel Coyle takes top honors in young horse classics

Co Derrys Daniel Coyle put his stamp on the yong horse classes in the Us this week as he rode ‘Farona’ to victory in the $20,000 Spy Coast Farm Seven-Year-Old Developing Jumper Classic. 193 more words

Horses

Five books that destroy the myth of 'natural talent'

The great thing about reading non-fiction is that you often encounter a book that completely changes your outlook on life. This has happened to me many times over the years but perhaps the most dramatic and life-changing example came about seven years ago when I read Matthew Syed’s fantastic debut,  737 more words

Non-Fiction

[Recommended] The Little Book of Talent by Daniel Coyle

The Little Book of Talent: 52 Tips for Improving Your Skills

by Daniel Coyle. 160 pp. Hardcover.

What’s the best way to begin to learn a new skill? 407 more words

Self Improvement