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Wooden Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2 Summary

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Part 2 Summary and Analysis

Wooden discusses the Webster's dictionary term for success and why he disagrees with it. He states that the attaining of possessions doesn't mean that you have been successful in life and he knows many people that do not have many material possessions and he finds them to be very successful in life. He finds that his father, Joshua Wooden, had a much better definition of success. Wooden discusses the fact that the destination, the working towards a goal should be the first concern. He states that if you aren't working as hard as you can for thing that you want then you will never fully achieve the thing that you want or it will be less worth it because you did not prepare fully for it.

Wooden talks about the desire to win and how it hasn't changed through the years, but media coverage and...

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