《Preloved Paperback + The Art of Leadership & Memoir Of Pete Carroll》Pete Cattoll & Yogi Roth - WIN FOREVER : Live, Work, And Play Like A Champion
This New York Times bestseller in paperback edition is a preloved book in good condition and nicely wrapped with protective book-wrapper. Note that, due to long period of stocking without reading , there are minor yellowing in the content pages. The original new book is sold at usual price RM68.88. Now here Only at RM10. It is highly recommended for people interested in leadership philosophy.. "I know that I'll be evaluated in Seattle with wins and losses, as that is the nature of my profession for the last thirty-five years. But our record will not be what motivates me. Years ago I was asked, 'Pete, which is better: winning or competing?' My response was instantaneous: 'Competing. . . because it lasts longer.'" Updated with a new chapter on Carroll's successful first season with the Seattle Seahawks Pete Carroll is one of the most successful coaches in football today. As the head coach at USC, he brought the Trojans back to national prominence, amassing a 97-19 record over nine seasons. In this book he shares the championship-winning philosophy that led USC to seven straight Pac-10 titles, and is now shaping his program with the Seattle Seahawks of the NFL. Carroll developed his unique coaching style by trial and error over his career. He learned that you get better results by teaching instead of screaming, and by helping players grow as people, not just on the field. He learned that an upbeat, energetic atmosphere in the locker room can coexist with an unstoppable competitive drive. He learned why you should stop worrying about your opponents, why you should always act as if the whole world is watching, and many other contrarian insights. Carroll shows us how the Win Forever philosophy really works, both in NCAA Division I competition and in the NFL. He reveals how his recruiting strategies, training routines, and game-day rituals preserve a team's culture year after year, during championship seasons and disappointing seasons alike. Win Forever is about more than winning football games; it's about maximizing your potential in every aspect of your life. Carroll has taught business leaders facing tough challenges. Win Forever is about more than winning football games; it's about maximizing your potential in every aspect of your life. Carroll has taught business leaders facing tough challenges. He has helped troubled kids on the streets of Los Angeles through his foundation A Better LA. His words are true in any situation: "If you want to win forever, always compete." Carroll presents layers of themes in this book: ● Develop a personal philosophy (“Always compete”) ● and vision; be able to communicate them succinctly. Get the entire team on board, but allow your lieutenants to extend the vision and philosophy in their own voice. It’s the job of the leader to bring the energy, enthusiasm and expectations to the team. Leaders need to cultivate the strengths that are special to each member of the team – as an individual. Leaders are teachers, and in order to teach, you have to know your student – which requires listening and observing. Spend time outside the business functions with members of the team to use that time to observe them in other than the business circumstances for a better overall understanding of the person. Remember the importance of humor and balance in work and in life. Of course, Carroll presents all of these themes in the context of football, with lots of “behind-the-scenes” feeling. Reading the book feels very much like what I expect it would be like to hear him talk over a beer at the bar, or walking the field at the Virginia Mason Athletic Facility — if I could keep up, that is! It was also fun to tie back the things you hear from his players in interviews to the philosophical background he lays out. In this pre-season, I’ve heard two players talk about getting the install completed so that they can concentrate on practice, and then “things should slow down” – referring to achieving the zone in which playing the game is spontaneous and natural. One of the insights he related that made the book particularly meaningful here was that he had underestimated how hard it was to implement change in an established organization, referring to trying to bring his approach to coaching to the New England Patriots. Carroll got fired after three years. It gave him a chance to reassess and regroup, and it was then that he realized he needed to define his philosophy. About the Author Pete Carroll is the coach of the Seattle Seahawks. He was previously the head coach of the USC Trojans. He has also been the head coach of the New York Jets and the New England Patriots and defensive coordinator of the San Francisco 49ers.
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