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Fourth and One Paperback – July 19, 1992
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About the Author
Joe Gibbs is a three-time Super Bowl winning coach and a three-time NASCAR champion team owner, who has a heart for connecting with men on the issues they face. Joe and his wife have two grown sons, eight grandchildren and live outside Charlotte, North Carolina.
Jerry B. Jenkins is the author of more than 180 books, including the 63,000,000-selling Left Behind series. His non-fiction books include many as-told-to autobiographies, including those of Hank Aaron, Bill Gaither, Orel Hershiser, Luis Palau, Walter Payton, Meadowlark Lemon, Nolan Ryan, and Mike Singletary. Jenkins also assisted Dr. Billy Graham with his memoirs, Just As I Am. He also owns the Jerry Jenkins Writers Guild, which aims to train tomorrow’s professional Christian writers.
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Top Customer Reviews
In closing, this book is old as hell, but you can still use some of Gibbs' wisdom within this book to help you in your life.
It was a honest and open insight of his personal decisions in all aspects of his life. In reference to his professional career it described his struggle to go from a assistant coach at the college level, which began at San Diego State in 1964 to obtaining his ultimate goal of becoming a head coach. To his surprise he not only succeeded in obtaining this career goal but was blessed to become a Hall of Fame Head Coach in the National Football League.
Joe Gibbs started in the pros in 1973 with the St. Louis Cardinals but was most known for his career with the Washington Redskins beginning in 1981 as head coach and remained in that position for ten years.
Joe gives a very personal account of his bad decisions he made along the way financially and also personally with his family. He describes in detail the difficulty he had trying to balance both career responsibilities and family. He is very honest and open about the personal regrets he has in reference to both.
Most important his book also contains his personal walk with Christ and gives a very powerful and bold statement in his own personal beliefs.