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What does it take to reach the top of your game personally and professionally How do you resist the urge to give up on your goals What if there was a skill set required for success that your parents, teachers, coaches, and bosses never shared with you Commitment is an illusive skill that can be taught Missing Page from the Playbook lays out the game plan for commitment, delivering a perspective that you ve never thought of before You will be able to accomplish anything you set your mind to with this insightful, step by step process Whether it be on the field with the little league team, in the classroom or in your marriage, the rules of commitment are the same no matter your stage in life You will be better equipped to make lasting, meaningful commitments that will enhance your life and your success....

Title : Missing Page From the Playbook: Fundamentals Behind the Physical, Mental and Emotional Elements of Commitment
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ISBN : 1936875039
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Expert Message Group, LLC October 1, 2011
Number of Pages : 142 pages
File Size : 573 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Missing Page From the Playbook: Fundamentals Behind the Physical, Mental and Emotional Elements of Commitment Reviews

  • Elkmeister
    2019-03-04 03:20

    I came across this book by chance but was immediately intrigued because I know Dave from many years back. He was always one of those kids(then) that just seemed to have things figured out while the rest of us were still floundering in self absorbed adolescence and being generally obnoxious teenagers. People that actually live the way they talk and write have always impressed me and that is Dave. I found the details of the book helpful and right on. I passed it on to my oldest son who reminds me of Dave in his drive, focus and determination from an early age. He has in turn passed it on to those he knows will actually read it and absorb it. Perhaps the best way to describe the book for me is that it provides a roadmap to implement something I have printed and displayed on my desk. "Commitment is doing the thing you said you were going to do long after the mood you said it in has left you". Just good solid advice and you can never get too much of that.

  • Dale
    2019-02-25 03:42

    Dave Rader's experience in college football is a treasure for those of us in education. He is correct that 'commitment' is a discipline that doesn't just happen -- educators, leaders, parents must make it happen. College football coaches know the task of creating committed athletes and we can learn much from this playbook on the process of commitment.

  • Brock
    2019-03-23 01:46

    Missing Page From the Playbook is a great read. This book found me in a stage of life that I am building a relationship, which will lead to marriage. Although I had a sense of what it takes to build a solid foundation for this level of commitment required for marriage, Dave Rader's words sharpened my focus. This book is truly Relationship 101. I enjoyed Dave's recommendation to build up positive experiences and memories during your relationship. During tough times, a couple may draw on these positive experiences and maintain their commitment to one another. Most importantly, the fundamentals posited in this book are applicable to all the important relationships in your life. I highly recommend this book. Dave Rader submits, "It just doesn't happen, you've gotta make it happen." In 142 pages, Dave tells you how to successfully make it happen. Pick up a copy for yourself and one for your friend.

  • Steven
    2019-03-04 06:34

    Just finished reading Dave Rader's new book. Wish I had this book when I was a teenager or a young father, husband and business man. I have had my fair share of success however I have also had my fair share of failure. Why? Commitment!! More importantly, the lack thereof. What if I had been exposed to Dave, his foundations for his life and how he shared them so well in this excellent personal observation is that the path of life would have been filled with alot more fun and joy if I had understood the value of the word commitment at a young age. Having said that, I am still not too old to learn and grow and am grateful for the wisdom shared by Dave. Enjoy!