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#TheWoodenEffectHow do you want to be better? Coach John Wooden was such a positive influence in so many lives, SUCCESS magazine is looking to bring that positivity to light in a social media campaign that kicks off today. Athletes and coaches who praise Wooden’s message say the late UCLA coach made them better in many ways.

Bill Walton became a better player.

John C. Maxwell became a better leader.

Dick Vitale became a better father and husband, all because of Wooden.

We want to highlight “The Wooden Effect” on these individuals and hear from YOU how John Wooden’s personal development teachings have helped you be better.

Fill in the blank and share your answer on your social channels:

 

I am a better ___ because of #TheWoodenEffect. Fill in your answer and RT. How to participate: https://youtu.be/b16aw7xapo4

 

 

The “I Am a Better” social media campaign is a nod to the indelible ways Coach John Wooden impacted many far and wide and an opportunity to see #TheWoodenEffect in action. Coach John Wooden was such a positive influence in so many lives, SUCCESS magazine and TheWoodenEffect.com are looking to bring that positivity to light in this special social media campaign.

Share your personal statement, “I am a better ___ because of #TheWoodenEffect” and fill in the blank with whatever trait or profession you feel Wooden’s teachings and influence helped you.

 

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TO PARTICIPATE

• Share your personal response to “I Am a Better (Your Answer) Because of #TheWoodenEffect” on Twitter or Facebook. Use the hashtag #TheWoodenEffect.

• Write “I Am a Better (Your Answer) Because of #TheWoodenEffect” on a sheet of paper and post yourself with it on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Use the hashtag #TheWoodenEffect.

• Share SUCCESS posts with the hashtag #TheWoodenEffect with your followers and encourage them to share their personal Wooden effect.

• Share the SUCCESS video posted to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube

 

Now it’s your turn. Share how the Pyramid of Success and John Wooden have armed you with principles to be a better leader, a better student, a better parent or a better spouse.

This post originally appeared on SUCCESS.com.

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