Coach Wooden-Timeless Wisdom - II
Radio Guest: Coach John Wooden
The late John Wooden has been called the most influential coach of the 20th century. He led the UCLA Bruins to four perfect 30-0 seasons and ten national titles. Join us today to hear a tribute to Coach Wooden, a man who left a strong legacy both on and off the court.
Hear the fascinating conversation he had with Dr. Dobson and learn the secrets to his success—and how you can incorporate them into your own life! For information about Coach Wooden's Training Course, click here.
Coach Wooden's verse defining "Success" recited on today's broadcast:
At God's footstool to confess, A poor soul knelt and bowed his head. "I failed!", he cried. The Master said, "Thou didst thy best, that is success."
Coach John Wooden was named The Greatest Coach Ever by Sporting News and Coach of the Century by ESPN. He won 10 NCAA championships as Head Coach of men's basketball at UCLA.
Since then, his wisdom, summarized most famously in his Pyramid of Success, has reinforced his status as a modern-day legend. His memorable mottos, unforgettable turns of phrase and timeless, sage advice have enriched countless lives.
Click on the Web Extras link below to hear Coach talk about the days of segregation in the NCAA.