A Game Plan for Life: The Power of Mentoring

John Wooden (Author) John Maxwell (Introduction by)

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Bloomsbury USA
Publish Date
March 08, 2011
5.48 X 8.23 X 0.58 inches | 0.44 pounds
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About the Author

John Wooden is the most successful coach in NCAA history, having led the UCLA Bruins to 665 victories and ten championships in the years leading up to 1975. Since his retirement, he has become a mentor to dozens of athletes, journalists, and writers, and the author of eight books.

Don Yaeger was the author or coauthor of sixteen books, including Never Die Easy, with Walter Payton, and Running for My Life, with Warrick Dunn.


"This primer on the power of mentoring reveals much - both about the lessons that Wooden felt he learned and those he strove to teach." --Christian Science Monitor

"Few coaches have affected their players' lives so fully as John Wooden, so here's a natural question: Who mentored the mentor? Well, John Wooden is glad we asked ..." --Bob Costas

"There is no coach or former coach in the U.S.A. more admired by his peers than John Wooden. When someone asks me who is the best athletic coach ever, my vote is John Wooden. A Game Plan for Life speaks loudly about the importance of learning and teaching for a lifetime. Coach Wooden's message is one reason I keep coaching!" --Bobby Bowden, former football coach, Florida State University

"My time learning from Coach Wooden--sitting and asking him questions, soaking up his answers--has provided some of the most significant lessons in my life. Any way that you can be mentored by a giant like him, including reading A Game Plan for Life, will provide great lessons for you, too." --Pat Summitt, basketball coach, Tennessee Lady Vols