Raising Your Child to Be a Champion in Athletics, Arts, and Academics
Now, Bryan has distilled his proven formula for success into a unique book that shows parents how to help their kids become champions in athletics, the arts, academics--and just about anything else they undertake. Concise and totally accessible, Raising Your Child to Be A Champion in Athletics, Arts and Academics is packed with Bryan's trademark energy, vitality, and commonsense tips designed to inspire success in any child, while fostering a love of life and a pursuit of excellence that will last well into adulthood. Among Bryan's most important lessons:
- Pushing the Passion Button with Side-Door Motivation.
- The Cornerstone: Make it Fun!
- The Two P's.
- The Steps of Progression.
- Play First, Learn Later.
- Always aim to have a great time!
- Wayne Bryan's formula for success is proven--as the father of the current #1 tennis doubles team in the world, Mike and Bob Bryan, Wayne used the 22 steps featured in the book to help his sons fulfill their dreams--they received full-ride scholarships to Stanford University and have become world-class athletes. They have a website at www.bryanbrothers.com.
- Wayne Bryan has been a TV commentator on The Tennis Channel and has a daily column on the US Open Website when the tournament is in play.
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I am a big tennis fan and I am impressed with the Bryan brothers. I have always enjoyed the postive approach that thier father Wayne Bryan the author has about tennis. I found some of his tips to be ... Read full review
Why Should You Raise a Champion?
Pushing the Passion Button with SideDoor
Less Is More
The Steps of Progression
Going for the Goal
The Daily Schedule Is Worth Its Weight
Finding the Right Coach
Champions Aim for Straight As
A Secondary Passion
Love Must Be Unconditional
Become Involved and Volunteer
Work with the Media and Sponsors
The Glide Path Out Begins Early
Putting the Formula into Action
About the Authors
No TV and No Video Games
Champions Say No to Cigarettes Alcohol and Drugs