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Title:"Let it go"
Authored by Palmer Falgren

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Post by guruU2 » July 30th, 2012, 5:42 am

Palmer Falgren's LET IT GO is a most interesting read. I used it in my advance classes -probably sold 75 copies. A great supplemental read to the classics I refered to in another post (Allen's THE MENTAL GAME; Hinitz's FORCUS ON BOWLING; Lasser, Borden, and Edward's BOWLING: The Handbook of Bowling Psychology). This book is different as it reflects the psychology of bowling's most successful hippie, Palmer Falgren. It's functional theme is from the blending of Eastern ( Buddhist/ Taoist) psychology/philosophy with American naturalism that was derived from the American Counter Culture movement starting with Jack Kerouac's ON THE ROAD Beatnick philosophy/psychology. If you can find a copy READ IT as it is enjoyable and fun. Maybe Palmer could do a second printing.
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If one does not know one's product, one can not manage nor promote the product one does not know.

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