Winning: The Unforgiving Race to Greatness (Tim Grover Winning Series) From the elite performance coach who wrote the international bestseller Relentless and whose clients included Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and Dwyane Wade, comes this brutally honest formula for winning in business, sports, or any arena where the battle is relentless.
In Winning, Tim Grover shows why he is one of the most sought-after mindset experts in the world. Based on three decades of working with elite competitors, Grover removes the cliches and Rah-Rah mentality that create mediocrity and challenges you to embrace reality with certain intensity. The price? Big success.
Whether you're an athlete with championship dreams, an entrepreneur building a business, a CEO running an empire, a salesperson making a deal, or just a competitor determined to be among the winners, Winning offers thirteen key principles for achieving performance. unbeatable.
This book reveals the truth about the obstacles and challenges that stand between you and your goals: Winning never lies. Win know your secrets. Winning makes war on the battlefield of your mind. They all want to win. And more.
If you're addicted to success and yearn for more, then you're ready for Winning's results-driven performance strategy. And if you are already winning and want to learn to work at a level that will make you one of the best, so that you can own not only this moment, but the next and the next, this book will show you the way.
This book is an especially important read for anyone who has found a little success in their life, only to be downcast and wondering what it takes to get back up. If you've never tried and failed at something, not all of these lessons will make sense. Great reading!
Ok book. Sometimes it feels like it's just a series of flashbacks from Tim's time training MJ and Kobe. The content is repetitive and there is no flow. The chapters are virtually identical. Some good tips anyway ...
What an extraordinary read. All I can say is familiarize yourself with Winning 13!
Tim Grover explains Winning in such a crude way that it really puts things in perspective. How much are we willing to sacrifice on the journey to victory? I don't want to agree on some points in this book, but I fully understand in my heart that what Grover says is true. It may not seem the same for everyone, but to truly achieve victory it will take it all because it has to be everything.
I liked that the book confirmed my feelings for sticking out through criticism and keeping an eye on the price. I am a high performer, but I am often attacked for doing the things that make me a high performer. Grover lets us in on the secrets of the great. You don't even think about it.
The point where I struggle is that Grover portrays winning as the best we can do in life. It is the price that gives us value and enables us to do other things. As a Christian, my self-worth is not tied to my achievements. I am precious, but my number one and number two goals are to love God with all my heart and to love my neighbor as myself. The lack of spiritual guidance in this book diminishes its value. Do not get me wrong. It has value. It just doesn't complement the winning mindset with the attitude of gratitude that accompanies a true winner. He touches it but doesn't bring home the message that leads to a purpose-built life.