This symbolic tale of four athletes and their passion to succeed at the Olympic Games has much more to do with you as a person. The insights that symbolise a deeper moral and spiritual meaning reveal what it takes to bring out your full potential and what you are capable of so you really can be who you are and then live it.Whether you know who you are or have a reluctanceThis symbolic tale of four athletes and their passion to succeed at the Olympic Games has much more to do with you as a person. The insights that symbolise a deeper moral and spiritual meaning reveal what it takes to bring out your full potential and what you are capable of so you really can be who you are and then live it.Whether you know who you are or have a reluctance to stand out from the crowd, this challenges you to determine what your personal internal commitment to success is. Anyone with a dream and the will to commit can apply these rules to anything at all. This book, a metaphor for success, is a maze of ideas that will help you turn your dreams into reality in whatever you want to achieve, whether in sport, business or in everyday life improvement....
|Title||:||The Champion in all of Us: 12 Rules for Success|
|Number of Pages||:||200 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Champion in all of Us: 12 Rules for Success Reviews
As a fellow 'thrower' I was keen to see what words of wisdom Steve Backley would offer to those of us who want to be the best at what we do - whether in sports, the workplace or just in life generally. I wasn't disappointed. Easy to follow with 12 key rules for success laid out with examples of why they are necessary and how they work, this is an essential read for those aiming for success in all walks of life.
This is Olympic year, a time to flex our armchairs and watch the best of sports men and women from around the globe compete for a chance to make it big. The Olympic ethos used to be one of taking part and that anyone having done so should be happy at that. Well all of that has now changed, now it's all about the "S" word. Yes, you've guessed the word, SUCCESS. But not just success in the Olympic arena, but success that continues on into many other fields.This book really does something for almost everyone, you don't need to be an Olympian to gain from this book. Whatever walk of life you are in then this book really can show you the way to success in such a way as to make reading about it enjoyable.So flex your armchair and take in this far-reaching book, savour the words and go for gold.
Firstly, fiction is not my usual reading genre. Secondly, since it was highly recommended as a self help book I gave it a go. Secondly, I am pleased I took up the offer to read this book and now I see why it is a popular book. I really liked the way the story meshed with the Olympics although it could realy mesh with any type of subject, as the way it goes into the finite detail of how the mind works and how winning at anything in any setting has a potent message behind it. The characters are part of the reader, each has a name that we can assoicate with: Could've, Would've, Should've and Did. They are steered by a character called "Coach", although Coach could be anybody. I wish Steve Backley all the success in the world with this book, perhaps now with this book he will get that elusive Olympic gold medal that he always sought.
Wow! I won a copy of this!My husband is currently reading it as he's doing an Ironman in July and it should fit in well with his preparation!A coach introduces four characters - "would've", "should've" "could've" and "did"! There are 12 rules of success that can be applied to sport / life / business,etc. Over a period of a year or two the coach takes the four raw athletes (the characters)from promising to potential olympic champions. The application of these 12 rules apply to enable achievement of many personal goals. The characters are based on different personality types so I guess there's something for everyone! I'm not a self-help type of book person myself but for those of you who are, this could well be for you.
This is a good feeling story with plenty of tips to try and put in place for success, not just for athletes. The characters progressed through the book when following Coach's Rules, which makes it more believable for the reader to follow the tips.I wasnt too keen on the style, perhaps because its something I'm not used to, but was an easy enjoyable read anyway.It's a bit of an odd one, a fictional self help book is completely new to me. I'd recommend it for a light motivational read, it would be ideal for teenagers!
This book is brilliant and should be read by every athlete and every coach