Safety and Training
Like all the content I get from BCA, the focus is flying jets, but it applies equally well to light piston singles. When I'm doing traffic pattern work with a student, it's incredibly common for me to ask "how are we looking?" (Student: High.) "Okay, what can we do to fix that?" (Student: We could reduce the throttle.) "Okay, so why haven't you reduced the throttle yet?" (Student: Uhhh....) Fly the airplane!
Anyone interested in sounding more pro on the radio? Anyone? Anyone? Fix these 10 things and you'll be well on your way. You're still going to do some of them by accident from time to time, but knowing the path is the first step to walking it.
I agree with about 90% of this. My only real beef with this is that I don't think you can look too far down the runway during the flare... but maybe that's because I work at Palo Alto with a 2400 foot runway, so telling my students to look all the way past the end of the runway really isn't that far.