At sports fantasy camps, middle-aged, superstar CEOs, billionaire entrepreneurs and other business honchos compete with each other on the basketball court for a few days of fun and coaching. Corporate performance coach Alan Stein Jr. knows this take-no-prisoners world well. In his book, co-authored with Jon Sternfeld, Stein provides a captivating insider’s look at a testosterone-drenched Las Vegas sports fantasy camp, explains why commercial competition is so similar to sports competition, and details the vital life lessons business leaders can learn from professional athletes and famous head coaches.
About the Authors
Former basketball coach Alan Stein Jr. is a corporate performance coach and speaker. Jon Sternfeld is the co-author of A Stone of Hope: A Memoir with Jim St. Germain and Strong in the Broken Places: A Memoir of Addiction and Redemption Through Wellness with Quentin Vennie.
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1 year agoGood points. I would like to add: Remember the word KASH for success in any profession/business where, K stands for Knowledge, A for Attitude, S fro skill, and H or habits. The best advice of the author, which I endorese is, what you do every day, detremines who you are and your success rate. Our daily working style and habits are our mirror. Every day must be a challenge to improve our yesterday.
2 years agoWinning requires the accumulation of positive habits.Great thought and informative summary.