Getting A W in the Game of Life: Using My T.E.A.M. Model to Motivate, Elevate, and Be Great!
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October 15, 2012
5.9 X 0.7 X 8.9 inches | 0.9 pounds
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About the Author
Dick Vitale college basketball's top analyst and ambassador, has been an integral part of the ESPN television network since 1979. Vitale called ESPN's first-ever NCAA basketball game - Wisconsin at DePaul on Dec. 5, 1979. Since then, he's called close to a thousand games for ESPN. He participates on selection committees for both the Naismith and Wooden Awards. Dick was enshrined as a member of the Class of 2008 in the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame as a contributor. He was also selected to the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in Kansas City, Missouri. All told he's been selected for nine halls of fame.
After more than two decades in writing, editing, layout, publishing, co-authoring, teaching, marketing, and author coaching and consulting, Reji is retiring from the industry to rediscover a time when her art was done for the sake of the art, rather than as a business. She is thrilled and honored to have worked on In Awe as her final biography and co-author partnership and is immensely proud of what she and Steve, her now-friend, were able to create in these pages. While the power of words continues to be a personal passion, Reji-a wife, mother, pet-lover, and veteran Air Force linguist-looks forward to enjoying her Wisconsin life through service, travel, music, languages, and time spent taking in sports, nature, arts, church, and home life with family, friends, and loved ones. Though Reji intends to return to her roots in playwriting, children's books, and fantasy fiction (as a hobby!), she also wants to continue helping people find fulfillment and connection through story and she desires her lessons, processes, and unique creative methods to remain available to prospective authors. To preserve her approaches, the same tools that earned Reji 10 personal #1 Bestsellers (so far) out of nearly 60 publications, led another 70 authors to their #1 Bestsellers, managed more than 80 projects with independent and traditional authors and publishers, and coached thousands of writers over the years, will be available for free on her website (www.bucketlisttobookshelf) or in bargain-priced book resources. Those resources can be picked up on Amazon and other online retailers, along with many titles from her extensive backlist of books across a wide variety of genres.