It’s the Official Publication Day for PLAYING TO WIN: RAISING CHILDREN IN A COMPETITIVE CULTURE

Well, it’s here. The culmination of years of research, writing, and revising. Everyone can now buy my book at a variety of outlets and in a variety of ways. I even got to celebrate with friends and sociologists in NYC at my official book launch party a few weeks ago (see pictures here). Oh, and this guy.

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I’ve been fortunate that this month, in the weeks leading up to today, that Playing to Win: Raising Children in a Competitive Culture, has gotten some great coverage in print (Parents, The Chicago Tribune, The Boston Globe, and Canada’s National Post) and on the radio (like here, here, and here). I’m continuing to write as well, like this piece that went up today on my Playing to Win blog at Psychology Today: “Should Kids Diversify or Specialize After School?” (Spoiler alert: The answer is both since childhood is a buffet, but you have to get the timing right.) It’s even starting to get some reviews, like this one over at orgtheory.

Stay tuned for more in the coming weeks! And I can’t WAIT to hear what you think after you read the book, so please comment or send me an email and I promise to respond.

 

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  1. Congrats!!!! Can’t wait to read it cover to cover.

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