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5 Great Ideas John Wooden Learned From His Father

5 Great Ideas John Wooden Learned From His Father

“Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people.” This quote commonly attributed to Eleanor Roosevelt is a real key to understanding how John Wooden became John Wooden. The single greatest influence on John Wooden’s character was...
How a Leader Displays Faith in People

How a Leader Displays Faith in People

FIZKES / SHUTTERSTOCK.COM “The leader has faith in people. He believes in them, trusts them and thus draws out the best in them.” These are ideas from the essay “The Art of Leadership,” which appears in The Art of Living by Wilfred A. Peterson, Coach John Wooden’s...
Effort: How to Eliminate the Fear of Failure

Effort: How to Eliminate the Fear of Failure

“Don’t permit fear of failure to prevent effort. We are all imperfect and will fail on occasions, but fear of failure is the greatest failure of all.” This often-used quote of Coach John Wooden’s summarizes the key element in his psychological approach to coaching,...
‘Be Quick but Don’t Hurry’

‘Be Quick but Don’t Hurry’

“Be quick but don’t hurry” was a frequent phrase Coach John Wooden used at basketball practice, and it has great application to all phases of everyday life. Andy Hill, author of Be Quick- But Don’t Hurry, put it this way when he spoke at the first John R. Wooden...
8 Ways Effective Leaders Work With Their Team

8 Ways Effective Leaders Work With Their Team

You handle things. You work with people. This point represents a key distinction that Coach John Wooden thought was important to be an effective leader. The leader who simply “handles” people makes them feel manipulated and will never truly get their best effort in...