For your team, your business, and your family the pressure is on. One tough judgment call can make or break you. Don't get sidelined by a critical error. Learn what Joe Gibbs discovered through a lifetime of personal and career challenges and start racing to win. Each chapter includes "Seven Cornerstone Principles for Success," in the topic addressed. Includes 16 pages of photographs.
Joe Gibbs is the only coach in history who has won prestigious championships in two world-class sports: NFL's Super Bowl and NASCAR's Winston Cup. A proven winner in motivating himself and others to succeed, the former Washington Redskins coach and current NASCAR team owner reveals the keys to success in Racing to Win. Through fascinating inside stories about stock car racing and football, Gibbs candidly admits his own mistakes and shares the life lessons he's learned. Football and racing fans, as well as anyone interested in balancing work and family responsibilities, will find Racing to Win both a page-turner and a valuable resource filled with practical truths.Victory Is Within Your Reach
Strap yourself in for the ride of your lifeand start racing to win. Now the only man ever to lead teams to championships in two major sports shares with you his powerful high-octane formula for success.
Calling his plays by the bestselling Book of all time, Joe Gibbs tells you what made him a believerin God, in his team members, and in himself. His incredible story of triumph and defeat in the high-stakes world of professional sports and in life will make you a believer, too.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
Joe Gibbs, head coach of the Washington Redskins, also owns Joe Gibbs Racing, winner of the 2000 NASCAR Winston Cup Championship with driver Bobby Labonte. Tony Stewart, the leading individual race winner of the 2000 season, is also a Joe Gibbs driver. Gibbs and his wife, Pat, have two sons and live in North Carolina.
Ken Abraham is a New York Times bestselling author, known worldwide for his collaborations with high-profile public figures. He has published forty books, and his collaborations have been featured on several major TV networks. Abraham lives in Tennessee and has two daughters, Ashleigh, 13, and Alyssa, 11.