By Tom Limbert
This reward e-book for dad collects greater than a hundred inspiring costs from the best coaches of all time. in the end, dads do what the easiest coaches do: they encourage, mentor, self-discipline, and love. writer and parenting specialist Tom Limbert takes knowledge from John Madden, Vince Lombardi, Tommy Lasorda, Phil Jackson, and lots of extra, and applies it to fatherhood. With a foreword via Steve younger and photographs of well-known coaches in motion, dads will discover a wealth of concept in those pages.
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In this book, Tom inspires us to create an honest and supportive environment for our children. He encourages us to explain limits and rules to children and to lead by example. He reminds us that much like coaches, we are teachers. It’s not lost on me. The first thing I did when I got to the microphone on the day of my induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame was thank my parents. ” Now when our children encounter challenges, my wife and I do our best to get down to their level and explain why challenges are important, what matters, and why.
CONNIE MACK ——— Motivating through fear may work in the short term to get people to do something, but over the long run I believe personal pride is a much greater motivator. It produces far better results that last for a much longer time. JOHN WOODEN When a leader takes responsibility for his own actions and mistakes, he not only sets a good example, he shows a healthy respect for people on his team. MIKE KRZYZEWSKI Parenting is no easy business. It takes effort and dedication to teach our children how to thrive in this complicated world.
JOE GIBBS ——— You can’t let praise or criticism get to you. It’s a weakness to get caught up in either one. JOHN WOODEN ——— Don’t worry about losing. Think about winning. MIKE KRZYZEWSKI Most successful coaches will tell you that if you want to motivate a player, you must first treat him with respect. Respect is integral to the success of any personal relationship; it’s a fundamental component of leadership and a gateway to compliance. Take it from John Wooden, who explains, “You must have respect, which is a part of love, for those under your supervision.
Dad’s Playbook: Wisdom for Fathers from the Greatest Coaches of All Time by Tom Limbert