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What’s Really Important

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Finding Perspective Inside the World of High Performance

This book presents strategies to reveal your priorities and conversations with coaches at the top of their sports. Each coach has their own story of finding perspective and answering: What’s Really Important?

 
 
 

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  1. Eliot D S.

    Eliot D S. (verified owner)

    It was a nice complement to the last book. Just confirming all of the things that we were talking about in our monthly chats every Sunday.

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  2. Roy S.

    Roy S.

    Gave our coaching staff a lot of good reflections and started great conversations.

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  3. Eric S.

    Eric S.

    It further aided in my development of who I am as a coach and who I continue to strive to become. It made me self examine at a deeper level. I have used it to help athletes who are struggling with pressure and falling out of love with their sport reexamine the relationships and reconnect.

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  4. Suzy W.

    Suzy W. (verified owner)

    I liked this one but not as much as the other two. I enjoyed reading about others experiences then reflecting–it was more for me and I tend to like things that will help me reach others….but I can’t help others if I’m not right lol

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  5. Scott D.

    Scott D. (verified owner)

    I liked how it began to narrow down the incredible amount of information out there and allowed is to begin to narrow our focus.

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  6. Glenn D.

    Glenn D.

    As a coach it hit home regarding how coaches sometimes value themselves based on their win/loss record vs the impact they have on their athletes.

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  7. Karen J.

    Karen J. (verified owner)

    What’s Really Important is literally the Bible of human perspective in regards to coaching. Coaches who have this book will turn the last page knowing who they are and what is important to them.

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  8. Craig D.

    Craig D. (verified owner)

    As an AD, coaching coaches can become all consuming. You become what you are playing that role of AD and you lose who you are. This book made me stop and realize that the rest of my life is more important than what I do. It helped me prioritize my life again in a way that I thought I had lost.

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  9. Matthew N.

    Matthew N.

    Just thinking about what impact I really want to have and what real impact do our players want to have as teammates

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  10. Scott H.

    Scott H.

    Used this as a book study with my coaching staff (I’m a High School A.D.). Also, my coaches used many of the lessons with their teams.

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  11. Jason K.

    Jason K. (verified owner)

    It made me step back personally and think about what I was doing, how I was thinking about things and applying things myself.

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  12. Phil Y.

    Phil Y. (verified owner)

    I grew as a coach by learning and listening to successful coaches stories

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