The allure of snooker seems on the rise. Although nowhere near its Eighties heyday, the current World Open is gathering plenty of comment.
The quickfire first to three frames format of the early rounds apparently puts a lot of pressure on shots to which such force would not normally apply.
One-time world champion turned TV analyst John Parrott tonight used his understanding of the mind of a sports psychologist to explain how one particular miss cost Mark Davis a frame against Stephen Hendry.
better to be decisive than correct
When you make a decision, go through with it. With full gusto. Any wavering, any dilly-dallying in the execution and you’re likely to come a cropper.
The same can be said for many a selling situation.