NOTE: This page is for people who have already read or listened to Raise Your Inner Game.


The Raise Your Inner Game Medallion: "An UP button for your Inner Elevator."


Keep this in your pocket or purse, and when Gravity gets heavy, just give it a quick push to lift yourself up to Level 4!

Each coin is shipped with a velvet carrying pouch and an accompanying information card, explaining the intended usage of the coin.

Solid bronze coin, custom minted in the U.S.A. Dimensions: 1¬†9/16‚ÄĚ in diameter, 2.778 MM thick, 26.2 grams.


Inner Game Tracker

Pre-formatted Excel file. Fill in the behaviors you want to track, and you're ready to go. 

Action Steps Checklist

For your convenience, a printed checklist of the Action Items from Chapter 15.

RYIG Exercises

The four exercises from Part One, all in one place.

RYIG Illustrations

For AUDIOBOOK LISTENERS: The five illustrations from the book. 


Once you’ve read the book, listening to these songs will help remind you of what you've learned and deepen your connection with the material. They weren’t written with Raise Your Inner Game in mind (some are over 20 years old), but they speak to the same inner truths, and communicate them in a way that words alone never could. Enjoy!

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The Art of Learning
Josh Waitzkin

Mind-blowing book on the mental path to elite-level performance. Must-read for anyone committed to excellence.

Letters from a Stoic

Stoicism is growing in popularity, and reading this book, it's easy to understand why. It's a rich collection of helpful insights and perspectives that are surprisingly relevant in today's world.

Zen Flesh, Zen Bones
Paul Reps

I love Zen Koans. They jolt your mind in a way that opens you right up. Powerful little Level 4 triggers.

Waking Up
Sam Harris

Sam Harris's writings have been a big help to me, especially "The End of Faith." Parts of this will seem redundant with RYIG's "Focused Sitting," but it's an important, science-based perspective on the subject of presence.

10% Happier
Dan Harris

RYIG already has everything you need to get started with Focused Sitting (meditation), but this is still an excellent introduction to the subject. It’s just so honest and open about how weird and difficult it can all seem. I was genuinely surprised by how much I enjoyed it.

Tao Te Ching
Lao Tzu

This works in a similar way to the Zen Koans. The stories open you right up. Powerfully insightful. And then some of them won't make any sense at all. :-) But still highly recommended.

The Power of Now
Eckhart Tolle

This was a hugely important book for me. The writing can actually transform you into a present state as you read it. On the other hand, it's a bit opaque, and can be hard to get your head around. And, of course, it's thick with New Age spirituality, which is off-putting to many people (me included). Still, it's a seminal work. Interestingly, reading RYIG may actually help you get more out of it.

The Inner Game of Tennis
Timothy Gallwey

This is the book that started it all, in a way. Obviously, the term "Inner Game" came from here. But I believe this was also the first time I heard the "two selves" idea. Anyway, a classic.


I believe so strongly in the ability¬†of Raise Your Inner Game to improve your life that if you truly don't¬†find it¬†helpful, I'll refund your purchase price, no matter where you bought it. To claim your refund, simply email a copy of your purchase receipt to [email protected]. I'll send your refund via PayPal within 5 business days. (NOTE: Refunds are limited to one book per customer, for english-language editions only, and cover purchase price only, not shipping.)