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Discover the five inner beliefs shared by the world's greatest achievers. If you want to take control of your life and achieve your biggest dreams, you must develop a "warrior mindset." This book will show you how to stop thinking like a victim and start thinking like a warrior. In this inspirational fable, Chris McNeely is a college football coach who is at the end of his Discover the five inner beliefs shared by the world's greatest achievers. If you want to take control of your life and achieve your biggest dreams, you must develop a "warrior mindset." This book will show you how to stop thinking like a victim and start thinking like a warrior. In this inspirational fable, Chris McNeely is a college football coach who is at the end of his rope after a hard-and-fast fall from the top of his profession. Now bankrupt and on the verge of losing his job, he has no idea what he’s doing wrong or how to get back on track. Angry, worried, and desperate for help, Chris receives mysterious visits from five of history's greatest coaches: John Wooden, Buck O’Neil, Herb Brooks, Paul "Bear" Bryant, and Vince Lombardi. Together, these five legendary leaders teach Chris how to "think like a warrior" and take control of his life. The "warrior mindset" he develops changes his life forever—and it will change yours as well. Discover the life-changing lessons of John Wooden, Buck O'Neil, Herb Brooks, Bear Bryant, and Vince Lombardi in this inspirational tale of what it takes to achieve your dreams—whatever those dreams may be. This book will show you how to... - Build your self-confidence - Develop mental toughness - Attack every day with joy and enthusiasm - Use a positive mental attitude to achieve more - Harness the power of positive self-talk - Explore the spiritual side of success - Be a positive leader for your family and your team - Become the person you were born to be - And much more… The five inner beliefs revealed in this book will empower you to take control of your life and overcome any obstacle that stands in your way.


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Discover the five inner beliefs shared by the world's greatest achievers. If you want to take control of your life and achieve your biggest dreams, you must develop a "warrior mindset." This book will show you how to stop thinking like a victim and start thinking like a warrior. In this inspirational fable, Chris McNeely is a college football coach who is at the end of his Discover the five inner beliefs shared by the world's greatest achievers. If you want to take control of your life and achieve your biggest dreams, you must develop a "warrior mindset." This book will show you how to stop thinking like a victim and start thinking like a warrior. In this inspirational fable, Chris McNeely is a college football coach who is at the end of his rope after a hard-and-fast fall from the top of his profession. Now bankrupt and on the verge of losing his job, he has no idea what he’s doing wrong or how to get back on track. Angry, worried, and desperate for help, Chris receives mysterious visits from five of history's greatest coaches: John Wooden, Buck O’Neil, Herb Brooks, Paul "Bear" Bryant, and Vince Lombardi. Together, these five legendary leaders teach Chris how to "think like a warrior" and take control of his life. The "warrior mindset" he develops changes his life forever—and it will change yours as well. Discover the life-changing lessons of John Wooden, Buck O'Neil, Herb Brooks, Bear Bryant, and Vince Lombardi in this inspirational tale of what it takes to achieve your dreams—whatever those dreams may be. This book will show you how to... - Build your self-confidence - Develop mental toughness - Attack every day with joy and enthusiasm - Use a positive mental attitude to achieve more - Harness the power of positive self-talk - Explore the spiritual side of success - Be a positive leader for your family and your team - Become the person you were born to be - And much more… The five inner beliefs revealed in this book will empower you to take control of your life and overcome any obstacle that stands in your way.

30 review for Think Like a Warrior: The Five Inner Beliefs That Make You Unstoppable (Sports for the Soul Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alberto

    Five principles to think like a warrior: 1. Focus only on the things you have control over: efforts and attitude 2. Love what you do and attack each day with joy and enthusiasm 3. Dream big and ignore the Naysayers 4. Be relentless and never give up on your dreams 5. Choose faith over fear

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sheri

    The third book in this series (Relentless Optimism) was recommended by a co-worker and I decided to start with the first one. I'm glad I did. I like the progression of the three books. I used to avoid "self-help" books, but it helps when there's an engaging story to pull you in. I stole this from another review, but it sums it up! Here are the basics of the lessons from the book on how to 'Think like a Warrior": 1.Only focus on the things that you have total control over like your effort and your The third book in this series (Relentless Optimism) was recommended by a co-worker and I decided to start with the first one. I'm glad I did. I like the progression of the three books. I used to avoid "self-help" books, but it helps when there's an engaging story to pull you in. I stole this from another review, but it sums it up! Here are the basics of the lessons from the book on how to 'Think like a Warrior": 1.Only focus on the things that you have total control over like your effort and your attitude. 2.Do what you love for a living and attack it each day with joy and enthusiasm. 3.Dream big and ignore the naysayers. 4.Be relentless and never give up on your dreams. 5.Choose faith over fear.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    I enjoyed the format and story, but the leadership lessons were a little too simple for my taste. These lessons may be better suited for sports and coaching, but compared to business leadership the lessons are a little extreme. For example, you can’t work a team so hard that only the people that refuse to quit are left. That’s just not practical for everyday situations. I do not consider that to be good leadership. But overall it was a good read and worth the time.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Wade Sarver

    Feel good and motivational Quick read that, although somewhat far fetched, was enjoyable. This writer made the realistic ups and downs of coaching and turned it into an inspiring story of faith and learning. I enjoyed the ending, it was a feel good book where the writer touched my heart and taught me a lesson at the dame time. Thanks for putting this in Kindle Unlimited so I could take a chance and learn how good I can feel. I needed this encouragement!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Bronson

    What do you do when your bankrupt? Chris McNeely learns how to be humble and overcome many challenges. This book is called Think Like A Warrior The Five Inner Beliefs That Make You Unstoppable, the author is Darrin Donnelly. This is not part of a series and was published with in the last decade. This book is about how an NFL coach went from being one of the best offensive coordinators to bankrupt in a year. Also, it explains what he did wrong in his live and how he was about to quite but kept mo What do you do when your bankrupt? Chris McNeely learns how to be humble and overcome many challenges. This book is called Think Like A Warrior The Five Inner Beliefs That Make You Unstoppable, the author is Darrin Donnelly. This is not part of a series and was published with in the last decade. This book is about how an NFL coach went from being one of the best offensive coordinators to bankrupt in a year. Also, it explains what he did wrong in his live and how he was about to quite but kept moving forward. In addition, it says how he changed personality and character trait wise. I loved this book, I liked how it gave you a lot of life lessons such as don’t quiet, stay humble, and always try your hardest. I didn’t not like anything about this book, the only thing was that it was sad. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes lessons and things about sports. I would rate this book a 10/10 because of how it kept me wanting to read the next chapter because it would end with a cliff hanger, also, because the story's in it were so interesting and how he gave me advice that I could and should use in my life, one being to never give up.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christie Bane

    This story is narrated by a football coach who’s gone from early promise to tanking as the coach of the Dolphins to trying to build back up again as the coach of a mediocre college team. Each time he encounters an obstacle with his team or with his approach to life in general, he has a magical, dreamlike encounter with a great coach from the past. They hand him one essential piece of wisdom at a time, all of which together help him to rediscover his potential and make his team into a dominant fo This story is narrated by a football coach who’s gone from early promise to tanking as the coach of the Dolphins to trying to build back up again as the coach of a mediocre college team. Each time he encounters an obstacle with his team or with his approach to life in general, he has a magical, dreamlike encounter with a great coach from the past. They hand him one essential piece of wisdom at a time, all of which together help him to rediscover his potential and make his team into a dominant force in college football. I was hoping for advice on how to be a better triathlete, but what I really discovered from this book is that it’s kind of too much trouble to strive to be the best you can be. It’s easier just to be mediocre and figure that some day everything will just line up in my favor accidentally and I’ll be able to finish my Ironman and check it off my list and never touch it again. Nothing wrong with this book really other than that it didn’t do it for me.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Emoira M.

    I read this at a hard point in life. I suggest this book for anyone. It is 5 major inner beliefs you must adopt to become a warrior in anything you do. Its about going to battle with yourself so you can reach a higher level of success, positivity, reach and achieve goals. It is presented in a fictional sports story. In this one it features football. Chris is at the end of his rope, as a football coach. He thinks it's all over when he fails but he meets five hall of fame coaches under mysterious I read this at a hard point in life. I suggest this book for anyone. It is 5 major inner beliefs you must adopt to become a warrior in anything you do. Its about going to battle with yourself so you can reach a higher level of success, positivity, reach and achieve goals. It is presented in a fictional sports story. In this one it features football. Chris is at the end of his rope, as a football coach. He thinks it's all over when he fails but he meets five hall of fame coaches under mysterious circumstances and converses with them. Over time he gets back up from rock bottom and becomes a better version of himself. Learn about the Warrior Mindset and adopt it, becoming an unstoppable force to be reckoned with.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lucas Dodson

    In the book “think like a warrior” By: Darrin Donnelly the main character meets with five legends that have passed away and they tell him one inner belief to achieve greatness and become one of the greatest coaches ever in the NFL that came from nothing I personally loved this book because of the amount of creativeness used to create the book because of the visits from John Wooden and other sport legends that have passed long ago. I think the age range to read this book is from 10-above because m In the book “think like a warrior” By: Darrin Donnelly the main character meets with five legends that have passed away and they tell him one inner belief to achieve greatness and become one of the greatest coaches ever in the NFL that came from nothing I personally loved this book because of the amount of creativeness used to create the book because of the visits from John Wooden and other sport legends that have passed long ago. I think the age range to read this book is from 10-above because my mom and dad read this book and birthed loved it and my grandparents are the ones who told me it was a very good book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ken

    Initially dropped this book back in January after reading the first few chapters thinking this was another motivational book with the usual pep talks. Two months later, I'm glad I finished it. "Think Like a Warrior" does contain a lot of advice many of us have heard before, but a few caught my attention, including this one: "I want to know why you think you're entitled to be so upset and bitter..." Another book that everyone should re-visit once in a while, because no matter how good or bad thing Initially dropped this book back in January after reading the first few chapters thinking this was another motivational book with the usual pep talks. Two months later, I'm glad I finished it. "Think Like a Warrior" does contain a lot of advice many of us have heard before, but a few caught my attention, including this one: "I want to know why you think you're entitled to be so upset and bitter..." Another book that everyone should re-visit once in a while, because no matter how good or bad things are in life, reinforcing the right beliefs and attitudes will eventually and always pay off.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Harold

    Brilliant With no knowledge or experience in sports I am surprised that I read Think Like a Warrior. I believe it was serendipity. The details of the process by which we choose to live is brilliantly described in this parable. I plan to reread and outline as a guide. My only regret is that it comes in my 88th year. But the Apostles Paul and James have been here for me. Thank you, God.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Miranda

    This books is amazing. The way he writes is very detailed I could imagine it in my head like a movie. It almost reminded me of remember the Titans. That’s how gripping his retelling of his stories were. The lessons in this book were so inspiring I feel like everyone can learn from this book no matter what kind of team you’re on. Or just in life. I want to buy everyone this book. Highly highly recommend it! You will not be disappointed.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Alejandro Morelos rubio

    Like Christmas Carol but in a football season setting Is an enjoyable read that recaps on valuable lessons about achieving your goals and having a winning mentality. Everybody likes a story and the author shares these lessons using some compelling stories and characters from sports history. I wish the book had used more references to backup the science behind some of these lessons.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Brooks

    This is a really good read. The story takes you on a journey to meet 5 legendary coaches and provides easy to follow principles that you can apply to your life. The Five beliefs are: 1. Focus only on the things you have control over: efforts and attitude 2. Love what you do and attack each day with joy and enthusiasm 3. Dream big and ignore the Naysayers 4. Be relentless and never give up on your dreams 5. Choose faith over fear I highly recommend this book...

  14. 5 out of 5

    Scott Parker

    Well worth reading! I expected this book to be good just from the title and it did not disappoint. I have been holding on to anger at someone I looked up to and trusted that double crossed me. This book hit me right between the eyes to let that anger motivate me to reach my full potential. The warrior has been awaken again.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kevin L. McLaughlin

    Legendary Wisdom from 5 Greats Darrin does a great job at writing a parable about leadership that a sports fan will love. He was able to take key points of success from books written by Wooden, Lombardi, Bear Bryant, etc. and share them in a fun and entertaining manner. You can’t go wrong by applying the 5 keys of success to your personal (first) and professional life.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Hiranmayee

    Think like a warrior- A amazing read!! This is a book that makes you want to become a warrior in your life!! The five main principles that the author lists and the way he presents them is amazing and really inspirational. I would say a must read and strongly recommend this for everyone.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Purdy

    Winning mindset I read this book in hopes of gaining visibility into an athletes mind as my kids are athletes, I am not. I will use this to help them, but i also feel i can use this in life. From my career to the constant struggle called parenting. A great quick read that is sure to have a lasting impression innb

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rick George

    I was inspired, and that's what counts. It's not the most sophisticatedly written book you'll ever read--one might even call it a bit "hokey." But I was energized enough to write those five inner beliefs on an index card and put it next to my keyboard and repeat them in my mind, and when I readied myself for work today, I felt strong and the output was, I hope, champion-worthy. I was inspired, and that's what counts. It's not the most sophisticatedly written book you'll ever read--one might even call it a bit "hokey." But I was energized enough to write those five inner beliefs on an index card and put it next to my keyboard and repeat them in my mind, and when I readied myself for work today, I felt strong and the output was, I hope, champion-worthy.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Andro

    What a powerful book!! The only sport book I read so far. It was so useful, and I don't even play or watch sports. The five conversations he had were one of the best wrighting I read in a long time! Especially the first and last one. I also know more about famous sports coaches as a bonus! What a powerful book!! The only sport book I read so far. It was so useful, and I don't even play or watch sports. The five conversations he had were one of the best wrighting I read in a long time! Especially the first and last one. I also know more about famous sports coaches as a bonus!

  20. 5 out of 5

    ALISHA SPIKBERG

    Aspire to live fully I was not sure when I picked up this book because I am not a huge football fan It’s just not my sport. But I figured to give it a shot. Wow. The message is powerful and can be applied to anyone’s life. Definitely a good read and can help with your own reflection on life

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann Merlin

    Great read badly needed in today's world. These are the lessons most of us old timers learned from our elders. Somewhere along the line we old timers stopped teaching and got caught up in the modern world. So grateful for the o!d ways to come back again. The elders at the Rez would always say "The old ways are harsh but they have purpose. " I get it. Hope you can, too. Great read badly needed in today's world. These are the lessons most of us old timers learned from our elders. Somewhere along the line we old timers stopped teaching and got caught up in the modern world. So grateful for the o!d ways to come back again. The elders at the Rez would always say "The old ways are harsh but they have purpose. " I get it. Hope you can, too.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Greg Banach

    Simple but Powerful It has been said that it’s a great reader that makes a great book. Read this book with the intention of receiving and applying the principles, decide beforehand to buy into the premise and you will walk away with five simple rules that can impact your success. And I give kudos to the author for giving God his rightful place in the Vince Lombardi section.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    I was told that I absolutely had to read this book, so I did. The advice was fine. The premise reminds me of Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet in Heaven. I don't love it, but some people do. Also, I don't understand football, so my understanding of the big exciting story was pretty vague. This is a good book for the right person. I was told that I absolutely had to read this book, so I did. The advice was fine. The premise reminds me of Mitch Albom's The Five People You Meet in Heaven. I don't love it, but some people do. Also, I don't understand football, so my understanding of the big exciting story was pretty vague. This is a good book for the right person.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Al Batinga

    Wow!!! Unbelievable inspiration. He captured the essence of other greats and the possibilities of insightful conversations. Wow! Don't miss. Read with an open-mind, and a willingness to learn and grow!!! Wow!!! Unbelievable inspiration. He captured the essence of other greats and the possibilities of insightful conversations. Wow! Don't miss. Read with an open-mind, and a willingness to learn and grow!!!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jeff Lamb

    Loved the way he writes The story was phenomenal. Well written and moved along very well. I loved how much he made the old coaches come to life. Would strongly recommend. It’s definitely a feel good story, but not cheesy in my opinion.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Darren

    This book is a must read for anyone who wants to coach. This book is a must read for anyone who wants to coach. The story this book tells is how every person should approach coaching.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Leslie Hasty

    Becoming unstoppable is for anyone! Do what this book tells you if you really want to get past your own penchant for second guessing yourself. Working on this myself, this distills it down to the essence!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Alva

    Unbelievable I stayed up way past my bedtime to finish reading this book. All the advice from the coaches resonated within me. It's as if the book, Think like a Warrior, was written for me to read. Unbelievable I stayed up way past my bedtime to finish reading this book. All the advice from the coaches resonated within me. It's as if the book, Think like a Warrior, was written for me to read.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Arturo Rodriguez

    Excellent motivational Excellent book great read highly recommend to anyone in a leadership position Wether it be teacher parent employee or employer. Like the way it brings in other well known leaders/ coaches

  30. 5 out of 5

    Marc Medley

    Loved The Book I loved the book and the concept of the coaches visiting. They became like an advisory or exec board. I have a board like that with members such as Jesus, Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., my father and John F. Kennedy to name few. Excellent parable!

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