This is a phenomenal book, Jay Bilas' Toughness is one of my favorite books I've ever read. As a boy, I was hot headed and impulsive. People often think that toughness comes from your physical nature, but that isn't the case. I definitely recommend this book to people that are into basketball and people who are interested in coaching. You no longer need to store dozens or even hundreds of books in your home.
Failure is a part of competing, and embracing that fact is an important component of toughness. After playing professionally overseas for several years, he returned to Duke, where he served as Krzyzewski's assistant coach for three seasons, during which the Blue Devils won back-to-back titles. This is very convenient and cost effective. If you want to soar, you hvae to put the work in. After playing professionally overseas for several years, he returned to Duke, where he served as Krzyzewski's assistant coach for three seasons, during which the Blue Devils won back-to-back titles. Bilas is an experienced basketball player and coach.
Now that I have read it I wish that I had listened to him back then. After playing professionally overseas for several years, he returned to Duke, where he served as Krzyzewski's assistant coach for three seasons, during which the Blue Devils won back-to-back titles. It was very repetitive, examples from earlier in the book retold later on. Toughness goes more than what people think it is. I'm not out to embarrass or browbeat you. It taught me everything that I needed to know about toughness.
Toughness isn't just a physical thing, but it's more of a mental thing. Большинство страниц без повреждений, с незначительным количеством загибов или надрывов и подчеркиваний карандашом, без выделений в тексте и надписей на полях. A four-year starter at Duke, he learned a strong work ethic under Coach Mike Krzyzewski. Early on after starting his television sales and repair business, he began buying commercial real estate properties in San Pedro. As good as the blog was, the book was the opposite.
Trustworthy coaches and teammates can help yo When I played for Coach K at Duke, the players' trust of our coach was a crucial component of our team success. If anyone knows tough, it's Jay Bilas. Well written, love his style, just generic. Toughness: Developing True Strength On and Off the Court. We strive to make the right play. If you prepare to be the best every day, the games will take care of themselves. I have to learn how to become comfortable in uncomfortable situations.
It's the go-to answer for any problem. Accouintabiliy is being held to the standard you have accepted as what you want, individually, and collectively. Did we do the tough things necessary to get the right shot? His style was to acknowledge when something was done correctly, and to correct it when it was done incorrectly, or not the way he wanted it done. He is known as the broadcaster that people can relate to. . It gives great insight on what it takes to be a leader and it gives information on how to be a leader along with being a leader that can be tough.
The second critical lesson I learned was to step out of my comfort zone. Crean doesnt want hero plays, because hero plays dont win. If you This book is very by-the-numbers and broad, and displays little if any of the humor or incisive wit that I find so charming about Jay Bilas' other writing and on-screen commentating. You can lose more than half of the points played and still win the match. I kind of felt like he was offered a huge check to write this for Leadership seminars or something. Through his ups and downs, on and off the court, Jay learned the true meaning of toughness from coaches, teammates, and colleagues. It isn't someone that has been battling all game long in the post, or on the football field, but it is someone that has a mental edge on an opponent.
Whatever toughness I have been able to muster as an athlete, attorney, broadcaster, and person, I learned first by the example set by my mother and father… Every day, my father always got up and went to work. Failing makes you a competitor. Preparation is clearly essential to success in sports or any other pursuit in life so too for Bilas' other buzzwords. Reading this book won't make you tough, but it will teach you how to get there. If anyone knows tough, it's Jay Bilas. Jay Bilas take this intangible concept and gives it concrete meaning. He follows his life through high school, to playing college basketball, to being an attorney, to his quest to be the best sports analyst there is.
He did things step by step, and never got ahead of himself. Jay does a brilliant job illustrating why toughness is a quality I want to cultivate in my life every day. He also owns his own Optometry business. The job was to see the ball and hit it. Featuring never-before-heard stories and personal philosophies on toughness from top players and coaches including Coach K, Bob Knight, Grant Hill, Mia Hamm, Jon Gruden, Tom Izzo, Bill Self, Curtis Strange, and many others, Bilas redefines what it takes to succeed.