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  1. Chase Greatness
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Chase Greatness

The NCAA's all-time winningest coach, Dave Brandt, guides you through the philosophy that has helped him lead his teams to NCAA Division III Championships. Sharing his building blocks for developing a championship culture, Brandt leads you through the ideas that you and your players need to for consistent success. Brandt's blocks focus on the team over the individual and having the team pursue relevance. He tells how this pursuit of excellence needs to be shown in what you and your organization do on an everyday basis. As a program, if you can have your players working towards a philosophy of perfection with every aspect of their game, they will never be satisfied by winning without perfection, and will always be striving to improve and never settle. Believing that every team can "ooze greatness and bleed excellence," Brandt teaches you in this soccer DVD how to motivate your team to aspire to greatness.

50 minutes. 2009.


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