I've gotten to know Jon Gordon over the last few years and have recommended highly his last two books, The Energy Bus and The No Complaining Rule . And now am officially, as you read this, recommending his latest fable, Training Camp.
Written as a story about an undrafted rookie free agent trying to make a professional football team, Training Camp takes the reader on a fun story that shares the 11 traits of being the best of the best.
The traits are excellent, and the story is a great way to reinforce each of the traits and make them easier to remember. Beyond that though, the thing I love about Jon's stories is there is always an emotional and spiritual depth to them that makes them not only more memorable, but more meaningful.
As I said, the book does use football as the context and background, which will be great for those who love football (and a great way to get the football fans in your life to read a good book), but even if you can't spell football (or don't care to), you will enjoy and get value from this book.
If you enjoyed either of Jon's other fables, like the genre in general or want to stay on path towards personal excellence, this is a book you will want to read.
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