Kevin Eastman, Why the Best are the Best

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Coach Brendan Suhr is joined by Coaching U Co-Founder, Kevin Eastman, to discuss the release of his new book Why the Best are the Best. The best are the best for a reason. Kevin Eastman has studied the best in both the sports and corporate worlds to give you an idea of what most do to be successful in a simplified but impactful way. In this episode, Brendan asks Kevin to share some of the Words for Success that were covered in the book such as: Intentional, Preparation, Passion, Urgency, Courage and Try. Kevin does a great job teaching through storytelling as he has found this is an impactful way to promote retention. Hear great stories from lessons learned from Kevin Garnett, Doc Rivers, Lawrence Frank, Steve Balmer, Chris Paul, Ray Allen and many more as well as his newest amazing concept: Success Triangles.

Look for Why the Best are the Best in stores on August 10th or order online below…

PODCAST: Kevin Eastman, Why the Best are the Best

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