Guru Coaching

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Renowned football powerhouse Penn State takes a great fall. How could a school with such a storied history fall and receive some of the harshest penalties in NCAA history. Simply put, they forgot what was important. On a regular basis, we hear about fans and coaches doing really stupid things. In the pages of this book, you will see what is really important in coaching and how to avoid pitfalls. More

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About Brent Adams

As a Christian, I turn to the Bible to find the truth about what Yahweh wants us to know and how He wants us to behave. This includes finding His true name, the truth about the trinity, and the sad truth about Easter. I will continue to research the truth from the Bible.

Having been a Coach for over 30 years, Brent brings his experiences to help coaches learn what is really important in coaching. He shares what he has learned during those years from some great coaches. He is also open about the mistakes he's made and how you can learn from those errant ways.

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Review by: clangofthechains on Aug. 06, 2011 :
Well Brent Adam’s book “Guru Coaching” is more than a book about coaching, winning, or sports, it about life and relationships. Nothing is like the thrill of watching as it clears the fence. I owe that to Brent. Even though it’s not about winning, his inspiration, skill, and leadership have brought me from throws of mediocrity to the thrills of being an undefeated champion. In many ways it was as if Brent was right there with me, co-champions. The flavor of his unique writing style is such that he could make a “Wedding Planning Guide” captivating, memorable, and even seem spontaneous. My only disappointment with this book is that it is not in print (yet), as I would hope to someday be so honored as to meet the author, to obtain an autograph.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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