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Listen to Seattle Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll Discuss His Success Philosophy on August 29 KAZI Book Review

Football coach Pete Carroll shared his philosophy for being successful in your career and life from his new book, Win Forever: Live, Work, and Play Like a Champion on the August 29 edition of KAZI Book Review, 12:30 p.m. – 1 p.m.  on KAZI  88.7 FM.  Listen to the interview by clicking here: Pete Carroll Interview.

Carroll developed his success philosophy after being fired as head coach of the New England Patriots.  Inspired by a book he was reading by the late legendary UCLA basketball coach John Wooden, Carroll decided he needed discover who he was as a football coach and person to be truly successful.  In the interview which was recorded in July, Carroll said,

“I found that by going inside and digging out the essence, the truth of what you’re all about, you can come to an agreement about what your personal philosphy is and boy that’s powerful…It’s a powerful change when it happens, when it takes place.  You’re never going to be the same.”

Carroll is the coach of the Seattle Seahawks.  He previously spent nine years as the head coach of the USC Trojans football team. Before coming to USC, he was the head coach of the New York Jets and the New England Patriots and defensive coordinator of the San Francisco 49ers. Carroll is also known for his charity work and will donate a portion of his proceeds to A Better LA, his nonprofit organization devoted to reducing gang violence in the most crime-plagued neighborhoods of Los Angeles.

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