Lane Kiffin’s successful life change is a great example of the importance of a life coach. Check it out and share your thoughts:
BOCA RATON, Fla. — (written by Adam Kramer) In Lane Kiffin‘s reasonably-sized office, it’s the expansive library that grabs your eye first.
Not the ceremonial rings and watches stationed on the front of his desk—tokens of previous coaching tenures that are recruiting ammunition for him as the head coach at Florida Atlantic. Not the pictures of his children scattered throughout the room. Not the flat-screen television frozen on a practice rep—four days before FAU will take on Ohio State as a colossal underdog in the season opener.
Not the “Winning in Paradise” sign or the satiric name plate that reads “Mr. Wonderful.”
No, as Kiffin leans back in his chair, his feet propped on the desk, it’s the books collected behind him that stand out, largely because of what they are not. They aren’t playbooks. In fact, they apparently have nothing to do with football at all. But these books have had an impact on Kiffin far greater than anything strictly to do with his profession.
There is Ego Is the Enemy. Next to that, The Coffee Bean: A Simple Lesson to Create Positive Change. And, in the stacks of hard and soft covers, a book that Kiffin is particularly fond of: The Purpose Driven Life: What on Earth Am I Here For?
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