Dan and Mike catch up on a recent new book release, The MVP Machine: How Baseball’s New Nonconformists Are Using Data to Build Better Players, and accompanying Harvard Business Review article, What Baseball Can Teach You About Using Data to Improve Yourself.
What techniques from the advanced metric and quantified self approach of players like Trevor Bauer can be leveraged for everyone’s personal and professional growth? How do the themes of grit and growth mindset fit into this discussion? Is there a true tension between the folklore and history of baseball metrics and the new revolution sabermetrics and next-level analytics?
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