Soman Chainani, New York Times bestselling author of the School for Good and Evil series, including the most recent A Crystal of Time (out today!) talks about the insidiousness of triumphant good, how tutoring taught him discipline, and the epic battle of Serena Williams versus Maria Sharapova.
LINKS AND TOPICS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE
Soman’s appearance on the Tim Ferriss podcast where he talked about tutoring and the seperation of work and money.
Maria Sharapova, Russian Olympic level professional tennis player.
Serena Williams, American Olympic level professional tennis player who has been named “the greatest athlete of all time”.
Tiger Woods, American professional golfer who has been named one of “the greatest golfers of all time”.
The Fault in Our Stars (movie)
Love, Simon (movie)
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