My Booklist

  • These books have made an impact for many different reasons. 

    Even reading these books a couple of times over brings new insight.



  • The Energy Bus

    by Jon Gordon Year Published: Easy Reading
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  • The Gold Standard

    by Mike Krzyzewski, Jamie K. Spatola Year Published: Average
    The Gold Standard: Building a World-Class Team is Coach K’s guide to team building, illustrated with experiences from his three years coaching the team that would ultimately win Olympic gold.
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  • Uncommon: Finding Your Path to Significance

    by Tony Dungy, Nathan Whitaker Year Published:
    Uncommon reveals lessons on achieving significance that the coach has learned from his remarkable parents, his athletic and coaching career, his mentors, and his journey with God. A particular focus of the book: what it means to be a man of significance in a culture that is offering young men few positive role models.
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  • Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations On and Off the Court

    by John Wooden, Steve Jamison Year Published: Average
    Good for anyone to read. Coaches especially.
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  • Generation Me

    by Jean M. Twenge, Ph. D. Year Published: Average
    Why today's young Americans are more confident, assertive, entitled - and more miserable, than ever before.
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  • The Lakota Way

    by J. M. Marshall Year Published: Easy Reading
    Stories and Lessons for Living
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  • Three Cups of Tea

    by Greg Mortenson Year Published: Average
    The author is a medically trained nurse, a professional mountain climber and eventually becomes a humanitarian for the people of Pakiston. *One Man’s Mission to Fight Terrorism and Build Nations . . . One School at a Time.
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    by John J. Ratey, M.D., Eric Hagerman Year Published: Challenging
    Brain research as it relates to physical activity, physical education and success in the academic world. It's true...exercise grows brain cells!
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  • The Last Child In The Woods

    by No Author Text Year Published: Average
    A reminder that being in nature is essential. We are potentially losing a part of ourselves.
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