Coached For Life by Ed FlahertyCoached For Life by Ed Flaherty

Coached For Life

byEd Flaherty, Jack UldrichForeword byJohn Gagliardi

Paperback | May 18, 2009

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A true account of how two high school football coaches molded an undistinguished group of young men into state champions in 1962, this book features a dramatic 40-year retrospective from the players themselves on how the principles instilled in them have continued to shape their lives in positive ways long after leaving the football field. The story is a testament to the profound impact leaders can have on other people’s lives, whether they are educators, coaches, business leaders, clergy, or counselors.

Ed Flaherty has started or purchased approximately three dozen companies whose combined annual sales are near one billion dollars. He is an active member of the corporate and nonprofit community in Minneapolis and St. Paul, serving on numerous boards of directors. He lives in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Jack Uldrich is the president of th...
Title:Coached For LifeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:383 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:May 18, 2009Publisher:Lariat Companies, Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0615278825

ISBN - 13:9780615278827

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Lighting the Fire
Chapter 2: Set the Bar High
Chapter 3: You Can Do This
Chapter 4: Dust Yourself Off
Chapter 5: Tough Love
Chapter 6: Sweat the Small Stuff
Chapter 7: This Is Your Responsibility
Chapter 8: Dig Deeper
Chapter 9: Extreme Perseverance
Chapter 10: Passing the Torch
Chapter 11: Reinforcing the Foundation
Chapter 12: Take No Prisoners

Editorial Reviews

“Coached for Life demonstrates that attention to the small details not only leads to success on the football field, it leads to success in life. It is also a wonderful reminder of the positive impact coaches—at every level of the game—can have on their players.”  —Sonny Lubick, head football coach, Colorado State University