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College coach to lead three different teams to the final four Rick pitino's leadership style and ability is admired wave beyond -- basketball court.
But his life wasn't always filled with victory and in his latest book.
Rebound rules the -- success pitino explains how to turn failure into achievement earlier I spoke directly about just that.
-- -- a guy who's started Fox News and is very much involved in this business -- says that thing that scares -- the most is success because when people get successful.
They're not as hungry as wonder start now.
You very well.
No unequivocally the most difficult thing it.
Handling adversity handling failure is something that people can can deal with -- success people become arrogant.
They lose focus.
They lose that drive and when I see young players basketball players become successful ninth grade.
I said -- finished and are reaching their potential is that so how do you stay hungry if you if you're good and if you're well coached.
How do you how do you keep that hunger in the world don't believe that the finish line is anywhere within your reach -- and that's a big key don't don't think you can reach out.
And and find out finish line just understand the races just -- do you learn more from failure than from success.
Well I think failure it yet you have to understand how to define failure.
I think -- is fertilizer to help future things grow if you look at it that way and don't beat yourself.
Beat yourself up over it then then you understand how to handle failure.
Training somebody though who is so talented and is always being patted on the back -- -- you're dealing with.
With future superstars if not they're already superstars.
They are told by everybody that they can do no wrong.
How -- yet without offending them because you don't want them walking off the the court.
How do you Canada to have to put their lives in perspective for well that's the interesting thing that you bring up this so many sick -- that's out there that.
-- these kids at a young age how good they going to be what I think is coaching.
They think -- criticism.
What I think is teaching they think is disrespecting.
So there's a fine line I was gonna ask you where is that -- well you have to bring them in one on one -- if I can criticize these young people one on one that's fine with it.
Amongst it appears they get embarrassed humiliated.
So I do all my criticizing.
In their eyes one on one I do all my teaching as a group if I -- I'm gonna make a point.
You get on them.
I do it as a group.
We must do this to be successful not.
You must be it you know it's it's very much like parents if I mean with -- you that you never want to humiliate your kid if you have a problem what your kid is doing great energy don't want an acting like a -- you know while that's happened in public but that.
The real you know one on one where they've made a mistakes you never do that in public it's -- -- -- no question -- fascinating but always the one question everybody asked me is.
A -- coaching I'm glad I didn't deliberate what is it 3233.
Years of coaching they say how is how with the young people changed.
One answer and it's a big change in two ways you've changes apparent.
See your parent would let you get away with which you let your child get away with -- because I've got a Nicaraguan wife my wife doesn't like -- -- -- it is what it is differ but I thought you were you're right I probably you would let one -- wanna love them to death in which is great yeah.
But great chemistry is when love them did discipline come together without discipline and love doesn't work.
So today parents have lost -- disciplined -- they don't know what no means anymore.
As a coach I see all the time in the -- some coaching their parents they give them the love.
But they don't want to give them the discipline I don't want to say no coach.
You force and to say no but.
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