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How to Make Adversity Your Asset

How to Make Adversity Your Asset

Although it may not be possible to determine what happens to you, you should control how you react and respond. In his book Wooden on Leadership, Coach Wooden talked about what he meant by this favorite phrase of his: You may have noticed that when unexpected good...
How to Be a Successful Leader: Be a Philosopher

How to Be a Successful Leader: Be a Philosopher

Coach Wooden introduced his coaching philosophy in his book Practical Modern Basketball by talking about the necessity for a successful coach to be a philosopher: Webster tells us that, among other things, a philosopher is a person who meets all events, whether...
‘Give Thanks for Your Blessings’

‘Give Thanks for Your Blessings’

A good memory is one that can remember the day’s blessings and forget the day’s troubles. This Irish blessing was a favorite of John Wooden’s. It supports and is a good reminder of the seventh item in his father Joshua Wooden’s Seven-Point Creed: “Give thanks for your...
Do You Treat People With Dignity and Respect?

Do You Treat People With Dignity and Respect?

You meet the same people on the way up as you meet on the way down. The origin of this favorite quote of Coach Wooden’s is attributed to playwright Wilson Mizner, who in 1932 gave the following advice to a young up and coming motion picture star: “Be kind to everyone...
The Most Important Quality a Leader Can Have

The Most Important Quality a Leader Can Have

“You can give without loving, but you cannot love without giving.” Coach Wooden’s message to the players at the beginning of each UCLA season was as follows: I will not like you all the same, but I will love you all the same. Furthermore, I will try very hard not to...