Good Is the Enemy of Great

Good Is the Enemy of Great

by Kurt Reece-Peeplez

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780977119547
Publisher: Young Excited Solz Publishing
Publication date: 11/13/2017
Pages: 78
Sales rank: 870,255
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.19(d)

About the Author

As Founder and President of The Solz Group, Kurt Reece-Peeplez helps people from all walks of life overcome obstacles and reach new heights of personal and professional success. He is an author, business coach, youth sports coach, and entrepreneur who is dedicated to his family and looks to God to bless him so he can be a blessing to those around him. Kurt Reece-Peeplez draws from many valuable experiences as a youth sports coach and his time as project manager for several multi-million dollar projects in developing the concepts described in this book.




This is a very motivational journey to take anyone, or any age, on. Terms used in this book can relate to a juvenile in elementary school up to a retired person. The concepts are described clearly, examples are provided and a road map is given for those willing to take their journey from good to greatness. This road map can be used with youth groups, athletic organizations, individuals, companies, literally for everyone in every facet of life.



I DON'T WANT TO SUCK!! Thanks for re-energizing me and reminding me of what everyone is capable of... GREATNESS. "



-- Mike Schmenger





I think the whole concept of what you're writing. It applies to sports and everyday life. I like that you use it in different ways and examples far as sports, relationships, work, etc. This can apply to everyone and I think at some point we feel we have done enough when there is more that can be done. My favorite quote was where you stated when we use the word enough it sounds more could be done. That's so true! I had to sit and really think about that after I read that sentence.



Also, the levels of which you state about Good, Better, Best, and Great are on point. I think there is no way to go from Good to Great without hitting all those levels first. Then once you are great, staying there and working hard to greatness.



-- Clint Floyd

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