What Drives Winning

What Drives Winning Learn how to achieve through character development with lessons including How to separate the person from the player How to distinguish the two types of character How to overcome fear of failure Plus

  • Title: What Drives Winning
  • Author: Brett Ledbetter
  • ISBN: 9780996226400
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Learn how to achieve through character development with lessons including How to separate the person from the player How to distinguish the two types of character How to overcome fear of failure Plus many This book is full of real life examples and time tested advice from some of the winningest coaches in sports history, as well as a number of easy to follow exLearn how to achieve through character development with lessons including How to separate the person from the player How to distinguish the two types of character How to overcome fear of failure Plus many This book is full of real life examples and time tested advice from some of the winningest coaches in sports history, as well as a number of easy to follow exercises that will help you better understand what will drive winning for yourself and your team This is a book you ll want to reference again and again

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    1. Outstanding - character drives everything. How do you separate the player from the person?Best part was the application ideas as to how to address performance & moral character traits w/ athletes (or people).

    2. Awesome book. Has lots of good ideas and examples in it. Definitely the right way to be approaching coaching.

    3. Loved the premise of separating the person from the player lots of interesting ideas to implement. The writing was quite repetitive.

    4. A book about the psychology of sports. Really breaks down what should be focused on and how to help yourself, team, teammates get there. Highly recommend for coaches and players alike.

    5. Gives me a whole new perspective of being a coach. thoroughly enjoyed what Brett had to say. Any coach or athlete should read this book.

    6. I'd give it 3.5 stars if I could. Some really great content and some things I disagreed with, which is only natural in a book. I thought Ledbetter provided some excellent activities and ideas that I will be using with my team. I read "Wooden on Leadership" before this, so the focus on character driving success was reinforced and supported. I especially valued his activities to separate the athlete from the sport (character is who you are, the sport is what you do) and especially the chapters on [...]

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