[Read Reading] Think Like A Champion: Building Success One Victory at a TimeAuthor Mike Shanahan – Avengersinfinitywarfullmovie.de

Coach Shanahan knows about achieving bid goals In three years, he has transformed to Denver Broncos from a mediocre , aging frannchise into the most feared powerhouse in the league, with back to back Super Bowl victories inandto prove it Now, in Think Like a Champion m Shanahan opens his playbook to show tghe X s and O s of winning, a detailed game plan to help you storm the field of life with foolproof strategies, confidence, and the indomitable will to win From preparation and scarifice to competition and leadership, his practices of success are simple yet challengingEverything in Mike Shanahan s life has prepared him to write this powerful book Armed with his innovative vision, you can improve your chances on Game Day or any day of the week


10 thoughts on “Think Like A Champion: Building Success One Victory at a Time

  1. Remo Remo says:

    I decided to read this book when I found out Mike Shanahan was the new Redskins coach I figured it would give me some insight into what he would bring to the team I think it did that, though of course I ll have to see if he leads the Redskins way he led the Broncos and other teams After his bad experience with the Raiders owner, though, I am confident he won t let Snyder Redskins owner walk all over him I sure hope his coaches and players have read this book, so they know what to expect.Hi I decided to read this book when I found out Mike Shanahan was the new Redskins coach I figured it would give me some insight into what he would bring to the team I think it did that, though of course I ll have to see if he leads the Redskins way he led the Broncos and other teams After his bad experience with the Raiders owner, though, I am confident he won t let Snyder Redskins owner walk all over him I sure hope his coaches and players have read this book, so they know what to expect.His presentation is good, fairly standard success principles, lots of football anecdotes, and some very clunky testimonials from players and coaches at the end of each chapter talking about what a great guy Shanahan is I think this would be a great read for a young person who wants to be successful at sports or school or work.Some of his points, lifted directly from the book Preparing This is a must Prepare for all contingencies and you ll win Fail to prepare, and you prepare to failLearning Study and learn from the mistakes and successes of the best in your business.Detailing Take care of the small details and the big picture will take care of itself.Understanding Know your strengths and weaknesses, your likes and dislikes maximize your strengths, minimize your weaknesses and pursue your passion.Setting Goals Goals give shape to your dreams and provide you with the necessary steps to achieve them.Believe in yourselve, Understand your competion.Communication Communication solidifies relationships and reduces misunderstandings.Leading this includes delegating to subordinates the authority to leadTeaming up Good teamwork elevates everyone s play and helps them achieve their individual and collective goal of winning it all.Making Breaks Preparation plus desire plus work ethic ensures that you are going to be luckier than most.Taking Risks Calculated risks help define you in a culture of mediocrity.Persevering Without adversity, there would be no challenges without challenges, no greatness.Succeeding Maintaining success is as important as achieving it.Balancing Balancing your personal and professional lives allows each of them to thrive When you work, work When you re home, stay focused on your family.He also talks about the power of having a positive attitude He quotes Sean Connery from The Untouchables What are you prepared to do Are you someone who makes things happens, watches things happen, or wonder what happened Don t fall victim to The Wish Syndrome, wishing for something rather than planning to do it.Good book, overall


  2. Zach Zach says:

    I decided to read this book because I wanted to know how Mike Shanahan help bring the teams that he coached to super bowl winning team I wanted to also know how he was raised and all of the experience he had to become one of the greatest coaches of all time and how he got into coaching in the first place I also wanted to learn how he handled different situations and people through times in his career Mike was one of the best coaches that all of the players that he coached for said He use dif I decided to read this book because I wanted to know how Mike Shanahan help bring the teams that he coached to super bowl winning team I wanted to also know how he was raised and all of the experience he had to become one of the greatest coaches of all time and how he got into coaching in the first place I also wanted to learn how he handled different situations and people through times in his career Mike was one of the best coaches that all of the players that he coached for said He use different types of methods that wasn t really normal at the time and that why he was at a greater advantage then the rest of the coaches A lot of his success during the time he was coaching was because of what he learned from his past He is still concerned one of the best coaches of all time