- Nov 11, 2008
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My Favorite...We don't have a good track record of Gopher coaches publishing books followed by sustained success. Clem Haskins' "Breaking Barriers" was followed by Clem "breaking rules"...Jerry Kill's "Chasing Dreams" was followed by Kill "chasing a new job every year."
Let's hope Fleck's "Row the Boat" book is followed by many years of "rowing in Dinkytown."
Man, romaji makes reading nihongo quite a chore, but no, I tend not to use books as TP. Well, perhaps during the height of the pandemic shortages I might've used that Brewster book above, lol!Kao mauleg este na' leblo, pat gof mauleg na' papet hegue?
Kore wa yomu no ni yoi hondesu ka, soretomo yoi toirettopēpādesu ka?
Thanks for the update! Didn't know he was partnering with Jon Gordon on this. I've read a couple of his books and his podcast, "Positive University", is one of my favorites. He's real tight with Dabo as well. Not surprising that he and PJ have crossed paths.per Greder:
Gophers football coach P.J. Fleck and author Jon Gordon shared Wednesday they have partnered on a new book that will be released this summer.
The book “Row the Boat” will be released on June 9. The book’s subhead described it as: “A never-give-up approach to lead with enthusiasm and optimism and improve your team and culture.”
The value of the book could be higher as to your return in life whether it be family or your career if one were to apply the life skills from the book to your daily walk. We all have choices. What direction are you going to take and are you willing to work at it?144 pages - $23 retail price = 16-cents per page.
Using as many Fleck-isms as possible in a job interview actually works. Have tried it.The value of the book could be higher as to your return in life whether it be family or your career if one were to apply the life skills from the book to your daily walk. We all have choices. What direction are you going to take and are you willing to work at it?