Coach Wooden: The 7 Principles That Shaped His Life and Will by Pat Williams, James Denney

By Pat Williams, James Denney

While trainer John wood graduated from 8th grade his father gave him a handwritten card and acknowledged, "Son, try and stay as much as this." at the card, his father had written seven uncomplicated but profound lifestyles principles:

Be actual to yourself
Help others
Make friendship a superb art
Drink deeply from sturdy books, specifically the Bible
Make every day your masterpiece
Build a take care of opposed to a wet day through the lifestyles you live
Give thank you to your benefits and pray for counsel each day

These ideas have been the most important to educate Wooden's greatness--and his goodness. via strong tales and pithy recommendation, this ebook stocks the knowledge that made wood satisfied and winning. This inspirational and conversational publication will inspire, problem, and inspire readers to construct those ideas into their very own lives.

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