Success Is a Choice: Ten Steps to Overachieving in Business and Life (Paperback)
MAKE RICK PITINO YOUR PERSONAL COACH AND ACHIEVE MORE THAN YOU EVER THOUGHT POSSIBLE.
For Rick Pitino, the first coach to bring teams from three different schools to the Final Four, success isn t about shortcuts. Pitino's secret and the reason he has become both a great coach and one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the nation is his strategy of overachievement. Now, in "Success Is a Choice," he takes the same proven methods that have earned him and his teams legendary status and gives you a ten-step plan of attack that will help you become a winner at anything you set your mind to:
.Build your self-esteem
.Set demanding goals
.Always be positive
.Establish good habits
.Master the art of communication
.Learn from good role models
.Thrive on pressure
.Be ferociously persistent
.Learn from adversity
.Survive your own success
An inspiring program that is as fun to read as it is practical, "Success Is a Choice" can make the difference between achievement and failure in your own life.
So much more than another Armani suit, Pitino has done a job of psychology and salesmanship that should serve as a how-to manual for his profession. "Chicago Sun-Times"
Pitino's track record is extraordinary . . . his personal style is also winning. "Time.
About the Author
Rick Pitino is the head coach at the University of Louisville. He won the NCAA Championship in 1996 with Kentucky and has won the SEC Tournament Championship five times. He lives in Louisville, Kentucky.
Bill Reynolds is a sports columnist for the "Providence Journal-Bulletin" and the author of several previous books, including "Fall River Dreams "and "Success Is a Choice," with Rick Pitino. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island.