The Real McCaw

Richie McCaw, Rugby World Cup winning captain and the New Zealand All Black's most capped player of all time, is unquestionably the greatest player of his generation.

Author: Richie McCaw

Publisher: Aurum

ISBN: 1781310912

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 272

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Richie McCaw, Rugby World Cup winning captain and the New Zealand All Black's most capped player of all time, is unquestionably the greatest player of his generation. He is arguably the most talented player of all time. In his bestselling autobiography, McCaw talks with brutal honesty about the roots of his family life that defined his character and how it gave him the strength to emerge from the lowest moment in his career to lift the Webb Ellis Cup, and become the most successful captain world rugby has ever seen. As he prepares to become the first captain to successfully defend the World Cup, McCaw has set the standard of what a professional rugby player should be. Hugely popular and respected, his sheer presence means that he is a natural leader both on and off the pitch and his story is not just a brutal account of life on the front line, but an exhilarating portrait of modern rugby.

The Real McCaw

Richie McCaw is the New Zealand All Blacks’ most capped player of all time.

Author: Richie McCaw

Publisher: Aurum Press Limited

ISBN: 9781781310335

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 416

View: 693

Richie McCaw is the New Zealand All Blacks’ most capped player of all time. During the 2011 World Cup he reached 100 caps and has played over 60 Tests as Captain. When the All Blacks beat France in Final, he crowned a ten year career that started with a man-of-the-match performance against Ireland in 2001. Unquestionably the greatest player of his generation, he is arguably the most talented rugby player of all time. In his autobiography, McCaw recounts for the first time, with brutal honesty, the roots of his family life that defined his character – learning to play the game on the family farm in South New Zealand and being inspired to fly gliders by his war-hero grandfather – and how it gave him the strength to emerge from the lowest moment in his career to become the most successful Captain world rugby has ever seen. Unafraid of playing the game right at the edge and putting his body on the line for his team mates, McCaw has set the standard of what a professional rugby player should be. Hugely popular and respected, his sheer presence means that he is a natural leader of men both on and off the pitch and his story is not just a brutal account of life on the front line, but an exhilarating portrait of modern rugby.

The Real Mccaw

Richie McCaw, Rugby World Cup winning captain and the New Zealand All Black's most capped player of all time, is unquestionably the greatest player of his generation.

Author: Greg McGee

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant

ISBN: 9781459677630

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 578

View: 543

Richie McCaw, Rugby World Cup winning captain and the New Zealand All Black's most capped player of all time, is unquestionably the greatest player of his generation. He is arguably the most talented player of all time. In his bestselling autobiography, McCaw talks with brutal honesty about the roots of his family life that defined his character and how it gave him the strength to emerge from the lowest moment in his career to lift the Webb Ellis Cup, and become the most successful captain world rugby has ever seen. As he prepares to become the first captain to successfully defend the World Cup, McCaw has set the standard of what a professional rugby player should be. Hugely popular and respected, his sheer presence means that he is a natural leader both on and off the pitch and his story is not just a brutal account of life on the front line, but an exhilarating portrait of modern rugby.

Real McCaw

Richie McCaw, Rugby World Cup winning captain and the New Zealand All Black's most capped player of all time, is unquestionably the greatest player of his generation.

Author: Richie McCaw

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Rugby Union football captains

Page: 272

View: 650

Richie McCaw, Rugby World Cup winning captain and the New Zealand All Black's most capped player of all time, is unquestionably the greatest player of his generation. He is arguably the most talented player of all time. In his bestselling autobiography, McCaw talks with brutal honesty about the roots of his family life that defined his character and how it gave him the strength to emerge from the lowest moment in his career to lift the Webb Ellis Cup, and become the most successful captain world rugby has ever seen. As he prepares to become the first captain to successfully defend the World Cup, McCaw has set the standard of what a professional rugby player should be. Hugely popular and respected, his sheer presence means that he is a natural leader both on and off the pitch and his story is not just a brutal account of life on the front line, but an exhilarating portrait of modern rugby.

Game Changer

20 Richie McCaw, The Real McCaw: The Autobiography (London: Aurum Press, 2012), 12–13. 21 23 Brown, “Richie McCaw: The Quest for Perfection.” 24 “About WHO: Constitution of WHO: Principles,” World Health Organization, ...

Author: Fergus Connolly

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1628601183

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 464

View: 554

In Game Changer Fergus Connolly shows how to improve performance with evidence-based analysis and athlete-focused training. Through his unprecedented experience with teams in professional football, basketball, rugby, soccer, Aussie Rules, and Gaelic football, as well as with elite military units, Connolly has discovered how to break down the common elements in all sports to their basic components so that each moment of any game can be better analysed, whether you're a player or coach. The lessons of game day can then be used to create valuable leaning experience in training.

Legacy

For Richie McCaw it's about avoiding what he describes in The Real McCaw as 'fight, flight or freeze'. You want to avoid, he says, the 'bad experience pictures from the past or fear of future consequences'.

Author: James Kerr

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1472104900

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 160

View: 854

Champions do extra. They sweep the sheds. They follow the spearhead. They keep a blue head. They are good ancestors. In Legacy, best-selling author James Kerr goes deep into the heart of the world's most successful sporting team, the legendary All Blacks of New Zealand, to reveal 15 powerful and practical lessons for leadership and business. Legacy is a unique, inspiring handbook for leaders in all fields, and asks: What are the secrets of success - sustained success? How do you achieve world-class standards, day after day, week after week, year after year? How do you handle pressure? How do you train to win at the highest level? What do you leave behind you after you're gone? What will be your legacy?

The Genius of Athletes

2 (September 2006): 232–42. 9. “Player Numbers,” World Rugby, January 1, 2017, accessed June 1, 2020, world.rugby/development/ player-numbers?lang=en. 10. Richie McCaw, The Real McCaw: The Autobiography (London: Aurum Press, 2012), 13.

Author: Noel Brick

Publisher: The Experiment

ISBN: 1615196420

Category: Self-Help

Page: 288

View: 748

Whatever your biggest goals are in life, learning to think like an athlete is a game changer. If you ask research psychologist Noel Brick and bestselling fitness author and journalist Scott Douglas, the “dumb jock” stereotype is way out of bounds. Modern advances in sports psychology confirm what fans have known all along: No world-class athlete—whether an Olympic runner, swimmer, or cyclist, or a pro basketball, baseball, or football player—gets to the top without a strong mental game. Champion competitors have unique ways of taking stock of a situation, self-motivating, and even thinking about time. Cutting-edge discoveries (including those by Dr. Brick) reveal exactly how they do it—and how we can, too. You don’t need to be facing a literal hurdle to use elite athletes’ tool kits of strategies: They can help you stick the landing at a job interview or get your thesis to the finish line. Brick and Douglas pair groundbreaking science with a highlight reel of instructive moments from across the sports realm to show how legendary marathoner Meb Keflezighi runs on self-talk and how making if-then plans at practice buoyed Michael Phelps to a gold medal at the Olympics. Wherever you are in your own ambitions—from the “middle muddle” to the final stretch—The Genius of Athletes will put you right in the zone.

Vault Guide to the Top Telecom Employers

In October 1997, Nextel signed up its one millionth customer, a number that had swelled to more than 10 million by 2004. The real McCaw Craig O. McCaw, the billionaire investor who resigned from Nextel's board in December 2003, ...

Author: Hunter Slaton

Publisher: Vault Inc.

ISBN: 1581314035

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 94

View: 399

Vault brings the insider approach to the telecom and wireless industry. Providing business profiles, hiring and workplace culture information on more that 25 top employers, including AT & T, Cingular, Nextel, Verizon and more.

The Captain Class

McCaw, Richie. The Real McCaw: Richie McCaw: The Autobiography. London: Aurum Press, 2012. McFarlane, Glenn, and Ashley Browne. Jock: The Story of Jock McHale, Collingwood's Greatest Coach. Melbourne: Slattery Media Group, 2011.

Author: Sam Walker

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 0812997204

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 368

View: 101

A bold new theory of leadership drawn from elite captains throughout sports—named one of the best business books of the year by CNBC, The New York Times, Forbes, strategy+business, The Globe and Mail, and Sports Illustrated “The book taught me that there’s no cookie-cutter way to lead. Leading is not just what Hollywood tells you. It’s not the big pregame speech. It’s how you carry yourself every day, how you treat the people around you, who you are as a person.”—Mitchell Trubisky, quarterback, Chicago Bears Now featuring analysis of the five-time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and their captain, Tom Brady The seventeen most dominant teams in sports history had one thing in common: Each employed the same type of captain—a singular leader with an unconventional set of skills and tendencies. Drawing on original interviews with athletes, general managers, coaches, and team-building experts, Sam Walker identifies the seven core qualities of the Captain Class—from extreme doggedness and emotional control to tactical aggression and the courage to stand apart. Told through riveting accounts of pressure-soaked moments in sports history, The Captain Class will challenge your assumptions of what inspired leadership looks like. Praise for The Captain Class “Wildly entertaining and thought-provoking . . . makes you reexamine long-held beliefs about leadership and the glue that binds winning teams together.”—Theo Epstein, president of baseball operations, Chicago Cubs “If you care about leadership, talent development, or the art of competition, you need to read this immediately.”—Daniel Coyle, author of The Culture Code “The insights in this book are tremendous.”—Bob Myers, general manager, Golden State Warriors “An awesome book . . . I find myself relating a lot to its portrayal of the out-of the-norm leader.”—Carli Lloyd, co-captain, U.S. Soccer Women’s National Team “A great read . . . Sam Walker used data and a systems approach to reach some original and unconventional conclusions about the kinds of leaders that foster enduring success. Most business and leadership books lapse into clichés. This one is fresh.”—Jeff Immelt, chairman and former CEO, General Electric “I can’t tell you how much I loved The Captain Class. It identifies something many people who’ve been around successful teams have felt but were never able to articulate. It has deeply affected my thoughts around how we build our culture.”—Derek Falvey, chief baseball officer, Minnesota Twins

Vault Guide to the Top Telecom Employers

The real McCaw Craig O. McCaw, the billionaire investor who in December 2003, resigned from the board of Nextel, looms large in the company's history. His involvement with the Nextel Communications company began in 1995, ...

Author: Tyya N. Turner

Publisher: Vault Inc.

ISBN: 1581313217

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 149

View: 871

Vault brings the insider approach to the telecom and wireless industry. Providing business profiles, hiring and workplace culture information on more that 25 top employers, including AT&T, Cingular, Nextel, Verizon and more.

The Little Book of Rugby Facts

His autobiography entitled Richie McCaw: The Open Side was cowritten by writer and playwright Greg McGee. In the United Kingdom and United States the book has a different title: The Real McCaw. Honours Canterbury NPC/Air New Zealand Cup ...

Author: Eddie Ryan

Publisher: Mercier Press Ltd

ISBN: 1781173281

Category: Games & Activities

Page: 224

View: 447

In 'The Little Book of Rugby Facts' Eddie Ryan has gathered together a treasure trove of knowledge about a nation's passion. The book charts the history of Irish and world rugby, blending amazing stories and unique facts, records and outstanding achievements including; What was the first match played in Thomond Park? Which British and Irish Lion holds the all-time appearance record? Who is the oldest player to have appeared in a rugby World Cup? Which Irish player also won Wimbledon? Who is the Six Nation’s top scorer?

Game Sense for Teaching and Coaching

McCaw, R. (2012) The real McCaw: The autobiography, London: Aurum Press Ltd. Potrac, P., Jones, R. and Cushion, C. (2007) 'Understanding power and the coach's role in professional English soccer: A preliminary investigation of coach ...

Author: Richard L Light

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1000364259

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 250

View: 617

Sport coaching has grown significantly as an area of research interest with an expanding number of sport coaching programs offered. The past decade or so has also seen significant interest in games-based approaches to coaching and teaching games. On a global level, Game Sense is one of the most recognized athlete-centred approaches for team sports, probably close behind Teaching Games for Understanding. Game Sense for Coaching and Teaching provides an understanding of how an Australian approach to coaching has grown and developed as it has been taken up across the globe. While the focus is on Game Sense, the book also offers insights into how any coaching or physical education (PE) teaching approach changes as it is adapted to different contexts across the world, examining the theoretical, historical and philosophical foundations of sport coaching and teaching in schools. This book is particularly useful for undergraduate and post-graduate sport coaching and PE courses but is also likely to be of interest for all practicing sports coaches or physical education teachers and lecturers.

The Springbok Coaches

Cape Town: Zebra Press, 2011 McCaw, Richie. The Real McCaw. Wellington: Aurum Press, 2012 McIntosh, Ian, with John Bishop. Mac – the Face of Rugby. Cape Town: Don Nelson, 2000 Pienaar, François, with Edward Griffiths. Rainbow Warrior.

Author: Gavin Rich

Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa

ISBN: 1776090594

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 368

View: 958

Was coach Heyneke Meyer the reason why the Springboks failed at the 2015 Rugby World Cup? And what does the future have in store for the incumbent coach, Allister Coetzee? Find these answers, and many others, in The Springbok Coaches. In this new, updated edition of The Poisoned Chalice, rugby writer Gavin Rich takes us past the disappointment of the 2015 Rugby World Cup right up to the appointment of Allister Coetzee in April 2016, and dissects not only the successes and failures of these two Springbok coaches, but of all the post-isolation coaches who preceded them. If all of them agree on one thing, it is that the job goes hand in hand with tremendous pressure and that, at some point, they all buckled under the strain. This book reveals why André Markgraaff and Rudolf Straeuli came up with some of their weird and controversial decisions, why Nick Mallett dropped Gary Teichmann and how he regrets it now, why Harry Viljoen really quit, and why the pressures on Heyneke Meyer made it so much more difficult for the Springboks to win the 2015 Rugby World Cup. This book chronicles all the post-isolation coaches’ experiences via interviews, articles and stats. From the triumphs to the controversies, the boardroom to the rugby field, The Springbok Coaches will reveal exactly what it takes to be the Bok coach, and why each and every one of them had, at some time or another in the toughest job in South African sport, lost it. A riveting, often revelatory and definitely controversial read!

The Poisoned Chalice

What is expected of the Springbok coach is almost impossible. In his book, The Real McCaw, All Black captain Richie McCaw describes how his coach, Graham Henry, changed their whole approach to the 2011.

Author: Gavin Rich

Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa

ISBN: 1770225668

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 313

View: 781

The Springboks have had several post-isolation coaches, and if they agree on nothing else, they will concur that everyone in the job suffers enormous pressure. Unlike coaches from other rugby-playing countries, they also face many obstacles outside of the game, such as South Africa’s complicated politics and the often unrealistic expectations of both the public and the media. It has been called a poisoned chalice, and everyone, from the first post-isolation coach, John Williams, to the incumbent, Heyneke Meyer, can attest to its veracity. Now, for the first time, their journeys are recorded in one book, and as part of one story. The Poisoned Chalice takes an in-depth look at each of the coaches in the post-apartheid years, and at the same time examines how the role has evolved over the past two decades. From the triumphs to the controversies, the boardroom to the rugby field, this book reveals exactly what it takes to be the Bok coach, and why each and every one of them, at some time or another in the toughest job in South African sport, lost it. A riveting, often revelatory and definitely controversial read!

Ivan Lendl The Man Who Made Murray

Other similar titles: Levels of the Game by John McPhee Aurum Press Ltd Print Pete Sampras by Pete Sampras with John Bodo Aurum Press Ltd Print & ebook Arsene Wenger by Xavier Rivoire Aurum Press Ltd Print & ebook The Real McCaw By ...

Author: Mark Hodgkinson

Publisher: Aurum

ISBN: 1781313113

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 352

View: 854

When Andy Murray broke the news in March 2014 that he was parting company with Ivan Lendl it caused shock waves across the world. In just over two years Lendl had turned Murray from a perennial runner-up into the most successful British tennis player since Fred Perry - a winner of the US Open, Olympic Gold and Wimbledon Champion. However, when Murray - a 4 times Grand Slam finalist - announced, in 2011, that he was teaming up with the man they called the 'chokoslovakian' for the number of times he had lost a Slam final, there was widespread consensus that whoever had made the decision was either a genius or taking a huge gamble. Lendl, who had fled from behind the Iron Curtain at the height of the Cold War to move to America in order to pursue his tennis dreams, was everything that his contemporaries – McEnroe, Becker, Connors – were not. And yet, after falling at the final hurdle 4 times, he went on to win 8 Grand Slams. But there was one title missing – Wimbledon. And he was obsessed by it. So what did Lendl and Murray see in each other that no one else did? What did Lendl do to turn Murray from a perennial runner-up to US Open Champion and the first Briton to lift the Wimbledon trophy in 77 years? Going back to Lendl’s roots and through extensive interviews and analysis of the Murray-Lendl axis seen at close quarters, Mark Hodgkinson reveals the magic formula that Lendl used to turn Murray into a champion. In so doing he lifts the lid on their relationship, and how it came to an end, which made this left-field combination the most successful in British tennis history.

Rookery Bay

Chief Conover had pulled Captain Sam over for drunken driving some years back when Sam was on his way home, hammered, from too much drinking at the Real McCaw. Conover knew the McCaw's owner, George Prentiss, and decided to let Sam go, ...

Author: CR Cooper

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1491768339

Category: Fiction

Page: 306

View: 270

An ill-timed NASA probe to Mars misses its mark and crashes into the Asteroid Belt with disastrous result. Two asteroids are dislodged and are soon plummeting toward Earth. The first projectile crashes at Rookery Bay near Naples, Florida and is thought to contain deadly microbes. Several murders ensue in the quest to steal this prized “rock.” And frantic efforts are taken to divert the second, much larger asteroid, whose impact would approximate a twenty-five megaton blast. A mole buried deep inside NASA is intent on corrupting the software necessary to divert. To further complicate matters, the issue of national interest clashes with journalistic freedom and the public’s right to know. The head of the local EPA threatens to make public that the Florida projectile has let lose a deadly strain of bacteria. Any report would cause a nation-wide panic.

64 Shots

Ryan Mathews and Watts Wacker The Deviant's Advantage: How Fringe Ideas Create Mass Markets, New York, Crown Business, 2002. Richie McCaw The Real McCaw: The Autobiography, London, Aurum Press, 2015. Craig Pearce, Joseph Maciariello, ...

Author: Kevin Roberts

Publisher: powerHouse Books

ISBN: 1576878309

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

View: 312

64 Shots: Leadership in a Crazy World is a compendium of value-accelerators for business and life. It is gathered as a 64 shot method from the astute observations and remarkable life of creative business leader and iconoclast Kevin Roberts. A provocative figure traversing the peaks of global commerce, media and sport, Kevin Roberts - creator of the groundbreaking idea Lovemarks - is recognized as one of today's most uncompromisingly-positive and inspirational leaders. In 64 Shots, Roberts draws on the biggest ideas, toughest experiences and greatest influences of his life to present 16X4 stripped down, straight-forward and instantly-absorbable insights on how to bring order to the chaos of business and life. The punchy insights into winning - hitting readers lightly jab after jab - are an array of one-liners, sound bites, tweets, charts, quotes and historical reference points. They are loaded with Roberts' experience, story, brio, provocation and direction. The language is extreme, brimming with the irrepressible attitude and provocation that fueled Roberts' meteoric career. While there is a sequence, the 64 shots are stand-alone signposts towards living an enterprising and winning life. Anyone can dip into the book anywhere and find value. The writing is accompanied by (not necessarily linked to) a visual order of black-and-white photos of leaders in their cultural fields, some modern, many historical, some famous, and all personal. This eclectic selection of people are both direct and indirect influences to Kevin Roberts' life. They all have an interesting - and some mysterious - connection to concepts of leadership in a crazy world. Examples are: Mary Quant, Vince Lombardi, Margaret Thatcher, Vivienne Westwood, Twiggy, Tom Peters, Peter Drucker, Martin Luther King, Renzo Rosso, Brigit Bardot, Bob Dylan, Sean Fitzpatrick (a rugby player). The book is high touch and glossy. It feels like Apple, not Shakespeare. 64 Shots - will you take them?

The Real Giants of Soccer Coaching

CHAPTER 8 CREATING A CULTURE ALLISTAIR MCCAW Allistair McCaw is an internationally recognized leader in athletic performance enhancement. He is the founder of the McCaw Method and has been coaching world class athletes and coaches with ...

Author: Josh Faga

Publisher: Meyer & Meyer Sport

ISBN: 1782554491

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 381

View: 771

The Real Giants of Soccer Coaching is a collection of the curated thoughts of nearly 30 top soccer coaches from around the globe. In this book, you will gain access to the depth and breadth of experience from some of the best coaches across all areas of the beautiful game: from grassroots to premier leagues and everything in between. You will learn theoretical details about tactical periodization, positional play, and the science of motor learning. You will also learn from Youth National Team coaches, NCAA National Championship winning coaches, and First Division coaches from top European clubs. This book is a resource that can direct your coaching education over and around the perilous pitfalls that often consume most coaches. After reading this book, you will have gained the experience, knowledge, and wisdom of some of the best coaches across all areas of the game. You don't have to go your coaching path alone. Take this book and bring the wisdom of these top coaches with you to help navigate every corner, turn, and hazard along your way to becoming a great coach.

Mitch The Real Story

Richie McCaw recovered from his early mistake to play a real corker of a debut match, and he was quite justifiably named Man of the Match afterwards. Obviously, I was ecstatic about that. We ended up winning 42-29, scoring some ...

Author: John Mitchell

Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa

ISBN: 1770226168

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 328

View: 847

He is one of the most highly regarded coaches in international rugby, but also one of the most controversial. Now you can read why ... John Mitchell’s rugby coaching career spans many years, several teams and various countries. He was assistant to Clive Woodward, who spearheaded England’s 2003 World Cup-winning campaign, for four years in the pioneering days of professional rugby coaching, and he took charge of the All Blacks and the Chiefs in New Zealand, the Western Force in Australia and the Lions in South Africa. Indisputably one of the most experienced coaches on the circuit, he has arguably also been one of the most controversial. For although he made a success of all his tenures, he has challenged the structures and powers-that be, resulting in several premature departures. This book reveals why, and also why Mitchell has successfully defended every disciplinary hearing he has been subjected to. For the first time, the rugby public will learn the truth behind the newspaper headlines: from his painful axing as All Black coach to his fall-out with the Western Force and his disciplinary hearing at the Lions, whom he had guided to their first Currie Cup trophy, Mitchell sets out the reasons for his successes as well as his failures, and gives his opinion on what the future holds for South African rugby. Honest, gripping and revealing, this book is a must-read for every rugby fan.

FCC Record

McCaw contends that we have not given adequate consideration to the fact that non - wireline grants have significantly fallen behind grants to the wirelines . McCaw maintains that in setting the five - year period to start from the date ...

Author: United States. Federal Communications Commission

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Category: Telecommunication

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