Joe Gibbs has a plan. And for the most part, its better than calling two timeouts in a row to try and illegally freeze the Bills kicker. To get right to the point, if your not Christian, and willing to suffer through how one man percieves the influence of the Bible and God into our lives, this book is not for you.
When I was first asked to do these book reviews, I started with Kurt and Brenda Warners book. Knowing a little bit about them, I expected some talk of religion. Joe Gibbs book on success, not so much. But then again, I never cared to realize how much religion influenced Joe Gibbs. I was too young to really know that Joe Gibbs coached the Redskins when they beat Buffalo in Super Bowl XXVI.
Game Plan for Life is less about the personal success of Joe Gibbs, and more how one can use a spiritual “game plan” to find success in life. For those who have a solid spiritual base, or are seeking to find the way in the light of the Christian God, this book would make for great bed side reading. For those not interested in such – the book will come off as very preachy.
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Tony Dungy provides the forward for Gibbs, and has nothing but praise for the world champion coach.
“Game Plan for Life is a great guide to successful living. Joe Gibbs has always been driven, and unwilling to settle for second best. Whatever challenge he’s undertaken, he has always delivered championship results. Once again, he’s done it at a Super Bowl level.”
Joe Gibbs led a team to a definite winner in Game Plan, one that will win the day time and time again on any bookshelf.