Eleven Rings: The Soul of Success - Bittersweet Victory and World in Flux Summary & Analysis

Phil Jackson
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In his chapter “Bittersweet Victory,” Jackson tells how the trip to the Barcelona Olympics to play in the Dream Team together gave Michael a highly improved opinion of Scottie’s playing ability. This change in Michael’s opinion boosted the team even though players had thought the two going to the Olympics was a bad idea. Jackson continues to note the Western influence on his leadership style as he notes he follows John Heider’s ideas in “The Tao of Leadership” where that teacher states the leader should interfere as little as possible. He lets the players take the lead by creating a strong leadership of players in the team.

Practice length and style is the topic of the next section. His opinion of practices differs from his college coach who would make the team practice after losing a...

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