Pete Carroll shares how to Win Forever
Pete Carroll’s new book, ‘Win Forever’ hits book stands today (July 13), and wouldn’t it be cool if it was autographed? We don’t recommend stalking him in the Seahawks locker room, instead, show up at one of the locations below and have your very own copy signed. ‘Win Forever’ will be available at the book signings for purchase, too.
Wednesday, July 21 – Seattle
Speech and book signing – Starts at 7:30 p.m.
Town Hall Seattle
Sponsored by University Books
1119 8th Ave.
Additional appearances listed after the jump
Thursday, July 22 – Seattle
Book signing – starts at 7 p.m.
Barnes & Noble
626 106th Ave. NE
Friday, July 23 – Seattle
Speech and book signing – Starts at 12 p.m.
Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce (Purchase tickets here)
The Westin Seattle
1900 Fifth Ave.
Saturday, July 24 – Seattle
Book signing – Starts at 12 p.m.
5700 24th Ave. NW
Seattle, WA 98107
And, if you’re the type who only used cliff notes in college, here’s a recap, so you can brag to your friends that you already read it!
Pete Carroll is one of college football’s most successful coaches. He is also one of the smartest and most philosophical. He calls his coaching approach “Win Forever” and preaches it not just on the field, but to local kids and business audiences in the offseason. While his book has plenty of behind-the-scenes stories featuring some of the most famous names in sports, it’s really about Carroll’s immensely effective approach to leadership. He shows readers how to:
- Develop a vision that others can internalize and take a stake in
- Embrace competition, not competitiveness
- Practice so that game day is the easiest day of the week
- Learn to play in the absence of fear
- Make the conflicting pulls of “what you want” and “who you think you are” one and the same
Carroll takes his philosophy well beyond the football field, whether he’s organizing anti-gang rallies or chatting with at-risk youth in LA’s inner city neighborhoods. Win Forever holds valuable insight for coaches, executives, teachers, and leaders of all kinds. As Carroll says, “Winning forever is realizing your potential and making yourself as good as you possibly can be. Realizing that is a tremendous accomplishment, whether it’s in football or in life.”