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The Education of a Coach

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 25, 2006

    If You Want to Know How to be Great at Your Craft . . . Read This!

    An entertaining book that covers the influences, mentors, and thinking processes that has shaped a truly great coach. Focuses on his upbringing, and how his father, a Navy offensive coordinator, taught him as a young teen to 'break down film' and discover an opponent's tendancies. Describes New England's approach in upsetting the Rams to win his first Super Bowl as a head coach (attack their strengths). Provides a roadmap for those wanting to be great at their craft as well as a sobering tale about how personal losses can arise where career demands get too intense. If you love football or sports strategy, you'll love this book!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2005

    Inside a Private Champion

    A private no frills personality makes it to the top of his profession on what seems to be his terms. Bill Belichick, sure to be a Hall of Famer is profiled in a very in depth but short read. He is a true example of how hard work and dedication to a profession can pay off in the biggest reward that occupation has to offer.Although it is an excellant profile as well as a great inside view of the coaching world it leaves one to wonder whether it is worth the sacrifices.

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