Sunday, May 06, 2007


Brian Kilmeade--Fox and Friends--was interviewed last night by Andrea Shea King, and I have to tell you that Kilmeade was one of the best, if not the best, interviews she's done. I can't remember a better one. To say he's enthusiastic about his newest book would be an understatement.

There are many lessons to be learned from participating in sports, failure being one of them. Kilmeade interviewed some of the greatest athletes for this book and chronicled the lessons they learned from sports. And their stories don't revolve around the best TD they ever scored, or golf shot, or home run; it's about the small things they learned early on that had an impact not only in their sporting careers, but in life.

Competition is being downplayed in many schools today, and because of that, kids are missing out on the great lessons sports can teach. If you're a parent, I suggest you run out and buy this book. If you're not a parent, run out and buy it anyway. You won't be sorry.

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