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The Messiah method : the seven disciplines of the winningest college soccer program in America

Author: Michael A Zigarelli
Publisher: [Maitland, Fla.] : Xulon Press, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Michael A Zigarelli
ISBN: 9781613790250 1613790252
OCLC Number: 759513517
Description: 232 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The Messiah method: how excellence happens --
Discipline 1: Pursue a higher purpose than winning: success begins by redefining it --
Discipline 2: Be intentional about everything: there's more under your control than you realize --
Discipline 3: Recruit the "both-and" players: why talent is not enough --
Discipline 4: Cultivate team chemistry: how close relationships create a competitive advantage --
Discipline 5: Link training to the match: what everyone knows but few can do --
Discipline 6: Choreograph game day: readiness by design --
Discipline 7: Play to a standard: the secret to sustaining success --
Some other enabling conditions of success --
Epilogue: Beyond doubt.
Responsibility: Michael Zigarelli.

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