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Coach Wooden's Greatest Secret: The Power of a Lot of Little Things Done Well
     

Coach Wooden's Greatest Secret: The Power of a Lot of Little Things Done Well

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by Jim Denney (With), Pat Williams, David Robinson (Foreword by)
 
"The little things matter. All I need is one little wrinkle in one sock to put a blister on one foot--and it could ruin my whole season. I started teaching about shoes and socks early in my career, and I saw that it really did cut down on blisters during the season. That little detail gave us an edge."--Coach John Wooden

Coach Wooden knew

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Coach Wooden's Greatest Secret: The Power of a Lot of Little Things Done Well 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A_Sloan More than 1 year ago
Oh, the little things When asked what his secret was, the thoughtful Coach Wooden said it was having a lot of things done well. This eureka moment for author Pat Williams inspired him to write this fabulous book about how versatile this idea is in life. Guidance to be mindful is found in many self-help books, but this seems to be a new theme for a book of the sports genre. If this was how John Wooden coached the UCLA Bruins to the top, with an unprecendented 88 game winning streak, I'll take it! In this well-written book, Williams reveals how keeping focus on the little things have played pivot roles in the success of sports and business. He says that it "safeguards your character and produces habits of consistency and excellence in your life." Look at how it worked for Steve Jobs, Walt Disney, and of course, John Wooden! This book is great for all audiences, but especially those gearing up for success. There are some great ideas that are small enough to work into your life by powerful enough to make a big difference.