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Be Tough... "But Don't Be A Tough Guy"

Be Tough... "But Don
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by: Craig Cicardo
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Publication Date: August 6, 2014
Book Size: 5" x 8"
Pages: 138
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White
ISBN: 9781633181649

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Book Synopsis
In a new era of social change and technological advancement, the characteristics of leadership have changed from the "do as I say and don't ask why" days of the past. The feelings of entitlement and empowerment have spread like wildfire. Values such as mutual respect and respect for authority have arguably changed. There are a few institutions such as the military that still maintain the righteous values of discipline, class, and hierarchy. There are civilian leaders in business, education, and sports that are able to maintain those values and are the most successful in their field. Be Tough ... But Don't be "A Tough Guy" is for today's leaders and those that strive to be. It shares the idea of toughness being the combination of serving those they lead, caring for those they lead, and demonstrating dignity and class. It is a guide for leaders who believe in this combination of "compassion and toughness," and are committed to the values that will lead to their "team's" success.
Customer Comments
Charles Thiel
Posted: November 18, 2014
Customer comment 5 star rating
Craig and I have only connected a handful of times since our years in High School. 30 years have passed and yet, after reading his book, we are kindred spirits. I will join Craig on the battlefield of the gridiron of life anytime.

Be Tough Without Being a Tough Guy is a book which spoke deeply to my spirit. Was there anything new that I read? Nothing new that my mind has never heard before. But my spirit and soul felt as if I had just came upon some new revelation.

Craig's life experiences as coach and teacher are not limited to these roles, but transcend into the role of "fathering." The ultimate coach, the perfect teacher, is, at heart, a father. The words written in this brief tome call forth every inner child to grow up and be a real man, no matter what your chronological age is today.
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