Win Forever project by Mitchell Jones

Win Forever

Voice of Pete Carroll By: Yogi Roth Kristoffer A. Garin

Date of publication August, 12 2011

Summary

This book is about the principles and coaching routes you can take to become successful. The main focus is about Pete Carroll's pyramid to success. The first level are his philosophy's. Second is competition between players and coaches. Third is practice is everything. The forth and final is being confident that you will win. This is his logic Of Pete Carroll. If every single player performs to the best of their abilities and does his job and his job only then you will be a championship winning team.

Pete Carroll

The main character of this book is Pete Carroll. The conflict that he goes through is coaching a bunch of superstars and being successful with them.

About the author:

Pete Carroll is the main character and author. He was born on September 15, 1951 in San Francisco, CA. He was on of two brothers his brothers name is Jim. Pete Carroll played free safety for two years at University of the pacific. He earned All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference honors both years he played. He also got his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

Yogi Roth has written two books Win Forever an From PA To LA. Roth said "I’ve loved telling stories in journals that no one would see, on stage for thousands and eventually, in books and films." That was his dream.

Kristoffer A.Garin Has also written two books Win Forever Devils on the Deep Blue Sea: The Dreams, Schemes, and Showdowns That Built America's Cruise-Ship Empires. He is a more journalist type writer.

Things I liked about the book

I liked everything about this book. His experiences and theories to being a great coach and winning are very interesting and if you are competitive and an athlete you will like this book.

Things I didn't like about the book nothing I really enjoyed this book.

Things I liked about the authors writing style it was relaxed and was exactly what Pete told them to include.

Things I didn't like about the writing style the whole book was about one chapter pretty much.

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