remarketing tag for google adwords
Why Great Parents Make Great Leaders

Why Great Parents Make Great Leaders

The best thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother. Coach Wooden felt that the qualities it took to be a great leader were the same qualities it took to be a great parent. Great parents don’t criticize each other in front of their children; great...
3 Ways to Bring Out the Best in Others

3 Ways to Bring Out the Best in Others

Laughter and humor are critical parts of being happy. We all should make the effort to achieve them the right way. But never try for a laugh at another’s expense. Try to laugh with others and never at them. Self-deprecating humor relays a message of humility and...
What It Means to Be a Good Role Model

What It Means to Be a Good Role Model

Every day with our actions and words, we knowingly or unknowingly influence others. Coach Wooden expanded on this idea: Like it or not, we have influence of many different kinds in many different places and should conduct ourselves in an appropriate manner. ...
16 Questions to Measure Your Self-Control

16 Questions to Measure Your Self-Control

If you lose self-control, everything will fail. Coach Wooden expanded on this key idea of his: Discipline yourself and others won’t need to. If you lose self-control everything will fail. You cannot function physically or mentally or in any other way unless your...
On the Road to Success, There Are No Shortcuts

On the Road to Success, There Are No Shortcuts

If you keep too busy learning the tricks of the trade, you may never learn the trade. In his book Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations On and Off the Court with Steve Jamison, Coach expanded on this important idea: “There are no shortcuts. If you’re working on...
The Importance of Friendship

The Importance of Friendship

The contributions of John Wooden were recognized on May 2, 1983, when UCLA unveiled the $9.6 million John Wooden Recreation and Sports Center. The most honored player and coach in hoops history downplayed the event in characteristic style, saying, “Honors are...