This week’s episode of Chasing Excellence covers the Mortar Quality called ‘Fight’ in Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success. Join Rick Floyd as he discusses how the intensity of your fight can up your game in both your career and your personal life.

As head coach at UCLA, John Wooden won ten NCAA national championships in a 12-year period (seven in a row!), an unprecedented feat. Today’s video reveals one of the keys to his success. So press play and get ready to crank up that fire in your belly!

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