This study aims to understand motivation and achievement within a particular class of performer, namely those who invest their lives in the execution of a physical repertory to be performed before a paying public. The research on which this book is based indicates that male ballet dancers are no more prone to certain behaviors than other men who concern themselves with excellence.
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About the Author
William L. Earl is team leader at the Westside Clinic at the Northwest Denver Community Mental Health Center and a certified family therapist.