“A must read for every athletic coach!  John’s inspirational advice comes from working with kids for nearly 30 years, and he’s right!  The number one goal of every youth coach should be the development of the character of each player on his team.  That’s Real Winning!”
-          Harvey Mackay, America’s #1 Business Coach and best selling author of Swimming With The Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive



“I wish most youth coaches had John Shannon’s philosophy.  The Coach’s Guide to Real Winning is all about teaching life lessons.  Read this book and make a big difference in the lives of your kids and their teammates.”

-          Ken Blanchard, best-selling author of The One Minute Manager


Join the over 3,000 youth athletic coaches who have made the REAL WINNING philosophy an integral part of their coaching program!


How Will You Be Remembered by the Kids You Coach?

Ten or fifteen years from now, what will the kids on your community athletic team remember? The score of the last tournament game? The number of wins chalked up in their final season? Probably not.
     Author John Shannon, a volunteer youth coach for nearly thirty years, reminds us that kids will remember whether they had fun and whether you taught them anything important about living life. He brings new meaning to the old adage, “It’s not whether you win or lose, but how you play the game.” Shannon stresses the importance of teaching children self-discipline, respect, integrity, hard work, taking chances, making mistakes, winning and losing with dignity.
    You—as the coach—are in a unique position to help teach these lessons. In The Coach’s Guide to REAL Winning, Shannon offers tips that will help you create positive memories for the kids who call you “Coach.”

Discover the Real Rewards of Coaching!

Use the tips in REAL Winning to help you become a better coach that becomes a positive
memory…literally for a lifetime!

“REAL Winning Coaches do not measure the success of a season by the number
of wins…they measure the success of the season by the number of Winning Kids they 
help develop.”
“Remember, the child comes first,then the athlete, and then the sport!”

“Keep ‘em coming back!”

“Teach your kids to make ‘active mistakes’.”

“Don’t ever underestimate the impact you have on children’s lives!”

These, and many other tips, are available to help you improve your coaching success.  Get your copy today!

About the Author
An Addicus Nonfiction Book
Copyright 2001 by John L. Shannon Jr.
Published By Addicus Books, Omaha, Nebraska

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