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This book is what coaching should be all about, "Life Lessons".
This "book" is nothing more than a repackaged article first published, to much deserved acclaim, by The New York Times Magazine.
Every parent of a youth/high school athlete should read this book before they even consider complaining to their child's coach.
Parents, please, let us coach. We are on the same team. This is a great story of how parents ruin the best thing going for their child- a coach who cares.Published 1 hour ago by James Leath
Michael Lewis really hit it home. This is what's really happening to most athletic programs in most sports all over the world. It is the game of parents not the child anymore.Published 1 day ago by Mark
Truly enjoyed this short recollection and reflection on how a great coach can shape a young life. It's much less ambitious than his book length work but also very personal and... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
ML never disappoints to make a great point and make you laugh at the same time. Thanks For being so gifted in writing. I enjoy your books so much.Published 12 days ago by Nerissa P Hall
I truly value that Michael Lewis wrote an inspiring impactful story at its proper length.
A story that has tremendous value was told and written without any fluff or run... Read more
I've already loaned my copy to friends and plan to re-read it when it comes back. When you find out as a youngster that there is something worth living for you'll be more ready as... Read morePublished 7 months ago by David
I have read two other Michael Lewis books (The Big Short and Boomerang) and recognize in him a big talentPublished 8 months ago by John D.