Holtz believes that people are capable of achieving just about anything if they learn to tap into the unrelenting powers inside themselves. He illustrates his points by drawing from moments in his rags-to-riches career as one of America's best college football coaches. Holtz's formula is simple: He calls it "WIN" or "What's Important Now." Holtz writes that if he can do it, anyone can. Despite being raised poor in a beat Ohio river town, later devastated by his parents' divorce, Holtz ended up with the best college football job in the country. Clearly, Holtz can get into the end zone. Follow his advice, and maybe you will, too. --Dan Ring --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I would highly recommend for anyone who wants to succeed in life!
Lou Holtz, currently the head football coach at the University of South Carolina, has written one of the best, and most enjoyable leadership books I have ever read.
This is a book of (mostly humorous) stories that makes it a fun, easy read.
Coach Holtz was the face of Notre Dame during my 4 years as a student there in the early 1990's. This book captures the humor stories, drive, motivation and philosophies of this... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Edward J. Barton
Anything that Lou Holtz writes is more than worth your time reading. If you want more out of your life Coach Lou has your game plan.Published 6 months ago by Brian J McCarthy
"Winning Every Day" is a great book, buy a great coach and a remarkable man. This book is an easy read full of life lessons and stories of an unbelievable coaching career. Read morePublished 9 months ago by James R. Peters
I would highly recommend for anyone who wants to succeed in life! Lou shares some very basic principles about life that will help make all people successful if applied. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alan Glover
great inspiration from poor to one of the greatest coach's. lot's of stories and advice. way to go coach holtz.Published 12 months ago by granbn
We had the privilege of hearing Mr. Holtz give the keynote address at my daughter's college graduation. I immediately went home and searched Amazon to purchase his book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by D. Atwell
Very interesting, inspiring regardless if you like ND or not, or football for that matter. He's done much with what he was given, much more than many that were given more. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Phil Burke