[E–pub] (Leave No Doubt) author Mike Babcock
Flight and didn t have anything else to readIt is a shame because the over I enjoyed it Than I Thought I WouldI I thought I wouldI reading the book on the train to work the morning of 20 November A lot of heat was on Babcock for a Leafs team that has been erforming well below expectations I wanted a bit insight into what motivates Babcock as a number of his ersonnel and strategy decisions baffled meAs I read that morning the book felt strident and arrogantWhile at work Brendan Shanahan announces that the Leafs had fires Babcock and replaced him with Keefe *As I finished reading the book on the train ride home *I finished reading the book on the train ride home
S Really A Uickreally a uick my opinion of Babcock and the book warmed up He does and did a lot of good things and believes in family and service to the community That comes through in the bookI did feel as if he wanted to reach from the ages and smack me upside the head with his opinions thoughI ll always remember the gold medal game at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver This book is about than just hockey it s about life in general and living it to your full The Last Man Out of Saigon potential So manyeople just go through life and never really chase their dreams this book inspires one to get after what you really want from life and never give up no matter what the circumstanceGreat insight from one of the best hockey coaches around currently in the NHL and very thoughtfully laid out text to allow A Land More Kind Than Home plenty of room in the margins to write down your own thoughts on the topics he covers The additional informationrovided about how things work behind the scenes from a management erspective was also very interesting It was a very easy read but jam acked full of great life lessons learned Told in a well written narrative by Babcock and Rick LarsenIf you are looking for a great book about leadership and sports and just Dinner for Dogs plain life in general than look no further This is definitely a must read Inspiring and motivating worth a re read. Ay commitment and a step by step approach to being better than good enoughThe words originally written for Canada's Olympic gold medal hockey team leave no doubt every day counts our determination will define us inspire an approach to succeeding in life that is relevant toeople of all interests and ambitions Athlete or not each of us will find valuable guidance in this succinct rimer from one of the most respected leaders in sports.
Read Leave No DoubtWhat are you doing to create your destiny If you re not making a difference what are you making Are you bringing the world the best you ve gotI think I ve found my credo Very insightful book for those interested in coaching others This was a great book on inspiration teamwork leadership and showing that one erson working in an eually strong team who all have the same end goal in mind can achieve successIf you like hockey all the details that Mike Babcock enters into the book will be exceptionally enjoyable as well His interactions with layers other coaches and even getting his backstory of what brought him there including his failures was a great insprationDefinitely worth a read if you want a book to inspire you A restaurant that combines two different styles of cuisine blended together into new dishes is known as fusion This term could easily apply to Leave No Doubt as well Are Mike Babcock and Rick Larsen attempting to tell the story of Canada s 2010 Olympic Gold Medal men s hockey team Yes Are they trying to The Wizard: The Life of Stanley Matthews present a motivationallan that the reader can apply to his or her daily life Also yesFans of both genres should absolutely love this book As coach Mike Babcock has a great insight into the make up and events of the Olympic team and shares some behind the scenes things with the reader As a successful coach skilled at melding different ersonalities and skill sets into a championship team Mike Babcock also has some clear insights on how to set and sets into a championship team Mike Babcock also has some clear insights on how to set and a goalI am not sure that non hockey fans would appreciate having to wade through the stories of Team Canada Conversely
hockey fans looking for stories of layers and teams may notfans looking for stories of The Leadership Secrets of Genghis Khan players and teams may not having to deal with theassages dealing with motivational techniues They should however they are getting a glimpse into the mind of one of the top ranked coaches in Just Send Me Word: A True Story of Love and Survival in the Gulag professional sportsRATING 45 stars rounded to 5 stars where half stars Mike Babcock is the only hockey coach in the history of the game to lead teams to victory in the Stanley Cup the World Championship and the Olympic Games Currently head coach for the Detroit Red Wings he is arguably the best coach in the game today In this book against the dramatic backdrop of the Canadian men's gold medal victory in Vancouver Babcockrovides an inspiring roadmap for achieving goals and fulfilling dreamsThis is not Re not ermitted This book accomplishes its goals and it left an impression with me Such an amazing and important read Great insight into the hard work and mental Identity Crisis preparation going into the 2010 Olympics However even if you know nothing about hockey this book is still a great tool for how to achieve your dreamsgoals regardless of the field you re in Getting a look inside the brain of such a successful and hard workingerson is a real gift The Vancouver 2010 Olympic games claims the top spot in Canadian hockey history Sidney Crosby s overtime goal fueled atriotism this land has ever felt This book is not about the Vancouver 2010 Olympics In fact the book is not about the Vancouver 2010 Olympics In fact the book not capture the emotions felt by every Canadian who watched the game The journey is hidden within Babcock s use of open rhetoric and blank space about leadership If you re seeking a behind the scenes look at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics look somewhere else The only thing I found amusing about this book was the fact that the ublisher spelled Shea Weber s name wrong on The Penguin Book of Dutch Short Stories page 121 Sweet revenge Maybe There is no doubt that Mike Babcock is a winner and a great leader who can teach us all something What he is not however is a writer I feel the book did not go through aroper editorial The SimCity Planning Commission Handbook process and ended up as a haf bakedroductLeave No Doubt is based on a credo written for Canada s 2010 Olympic hockey campaign Almost every line of the credo gets a chapter The issue is that the thoughts are loosely connected Babcock goes from one idea to the other without making sure there is a connection suddenly going back to the original idea when he s finishing the chapter The worst The Serial Killers part is the blank spaces Someages have two aragraphs with a lot of blank below without any REASON AT ALLTHEN THERE ARE PAGESWHERE HE WRITESLIKE THISAND at allThen there are agesWhere he writesLike thisAnd isAnnoyingThere is also an abuse of certain expressions like talk about XI only finished this book because I was on Ust a book about hockey but a book about life rooted in Babcock's Leave No Doubt credo Written by Babcock and his longtime friend Rick Larsen the credo hung on Team Canada's dressing room wall during their historic run to Olympic gold It Aloha Rodeo: Three Hawaiian Cowboys, the World's Greatest Rodeo, and a Hidden History of the American West provides a compelling framework for excelling in life Illuminated by revealing stories about overcoming doubt owningressure and making a difference Leave No Doubt is based on a firm belief in everyd.