Podcast: Be Quick But Don’t Hurry
The late John Wooden (b. 1910, d. 2010) was an American basketball coach at UCLA and was nicknamed the “Wizard of Westwood.” UCLA is in the Westwood area of Los Angeles.
Coach Wooden won ten National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) national championships in a 12-year period as head coach for the UCLA Bruins, including a record seven in a row.
Coach Wooden is quoted as saying:
“Be Quick. But Don’t Hurry.“Coach John Wooden
What did Coach Wooden mean with his quote?
According to Coach Wooden, “Be quick but don’t hurry” means:
“You need quickness under control, otherwise you have activity without achievement.”Coach John Wooden
What other meanings does this quote have? How can you apply the quote to your life to be successful?
Being quick, but not hurrying, creates a positive impact and give you the opportunity to be successful in your own life.
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Stephen Lesavich, PhD
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