You don&apos;t have to be a genius to achieve extraordinary things. In this fascinating book, Anders Ericsson and Robert Pool explain that learning new skills doesn&apos;t need to be daunting. Musical prodigies, sports stars and leading scientists acquire their special abilities through training - and all of us can do the same. Based on thirty years of pioneering research, Peak shows that success simply requires the right kind of practice and offers essential advice on setting goals, receiving guidance and motivating ourselves. The astonishing stories prove that whether we&apos;re at work or at school, in the music room or on the sports field, we can master almost anything. &quot;Remarkable...who among us doesn&apos;t want to learn how to get better at life?&quot; (Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of Freakonomics). &quot;This book...could truly change the world.&quot; (Joshua Foer, author of Moonwalking with Einstein). &quot;Groundbreaking...brilliantly useful.&quot; (Daniel Coyle, author of The Talent Code).