Kutsal Çemberler

Kutsal emberler Kutsal emberler Chicago Bulls ko u Phil Jackson n tak m al mas na dair bilgece g r lerini sunuyor Kitap temel olarak Jackson n basketbol felsefesini ve rekabet d nyas na yeni bir soluk bir ayd nlan

  • Title: Kutsal Çemberler
  • Author: Phil Jackson Hugh Delehanty Nazmiye Gül
  • ISBN: 9789759960230
  • Page: 496
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kutsal emberler, Chicago Bulls ko u Phil Jackson n tak m al mas na dair bilgece g r lerini sunuyor Kitap temel olarak, Jackson n basketbol felsefesini ve rekabet d nyas na yeni bir soluk, bir ayd nlanma getirmek i in hayat boyunca verdi i m cadeleyi aktar yor NBA tarihinin en ba ar l ko lar ndan biri olan Jackson, Do u ve K z lderili felsefelerine dayanan yepyeniKutsal emberler, Chicago Bulls ko u Phil Jackson n tak m al mas na dair bilgece g r lerini sunuyor Kitap temel olarak, Jackson n basketbol felsefesini ve rekabet d nyas na yeni bir soluk, bir ayd nlanma getirmek i in hayat boyunca verdi i m cadeleyi aktar yor NBA tarihinin en ba ar l ko lar ndan biri olan Jackson, Do u ve K z lderili felsefelerine dayanan yepyeni bir liderlik paradigmas geli tirdi Kitap bu b y leyici ser veni ad m ad m sunuyor bizlere Bu etkileyici biyografide ayr ca Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Toni Kukoc, Dennis Rodman ve di er Bulls oyuncular yla ilgili hat ralarla kar la acaks n z Jackson kitab nda, oyuncular na verdi i a k bir zihinle hareket etmenin, rakibe sayg duyman n, fkelenmeden agresif olabilmenin, n ya aman n, kaosun ortas nda konsantre kalabilmenin ve biz i, ben e d n t rmenin yollar n a k y reklilikle bizlerle payla yor Jordan n basketbola geri d n hik yesi de ayr nt lar yla aktar l yor kitapta nsan d nmeye sevk eden bu kitap, t m zamanlar n en iyi tak m n yaratan bir adam n zihin haritas n g steriyor zetle Kutsal emberler, sadece taraftarlar i in de il ayn zamanda insan ruhuyla ilgilenenler i in de dipdiri bir soluk Yaln zca paran n h k m s rd profesyonel spor d nyas na verilmi samimi, yepyeni bir cevap People magazine Spor d nyas n n kay ts z arts z kazanma mantalitesine kar harika bir panzehir Kutsal emberler, Jordan n da beslendi i manevi damarlar imdi de bizler i in a a kar yor Interview magazine D nmeye sevkeden, ola an st bir kitap Booklist

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    • Phil Jackson Hugh Delehanty Nazmiye Gül

      Philip Douglas Phil Jackson is a retired American professional basketball coach and former player Jackson is widely considered one of the greatest coaches in the history of the National Basketball Association NBA.His reputation was established as head coach of the Chicago Bulls from 1989 through 1998, during which Chicago won six NBA titles His next team, the Los Angeles Lakers, won five NBA titles from 2000 to 2010 In total, Jackson has won 11 NBA titles as a coach, surpassing the previous record of nine set by Red Auerbach.

    367 thoughts on “Kutsal Çemberler

    • I first discovered this book in the late nineties during a time of great discord and transition in my life. Phil's approach to life, which embodies merging one's vocation with a larger spiritual quest, was transformational for me. His book offers a unique look at the bizarre tactics he used to build a winning formula as a basketball coach as well in his own life exploration. I found myself particularly enamored with the following sentence in his book:"In basketball -- as in life -- true joy come [...]

    • Born in North Dakota, Phil Jackson was raised in a very Christian home. He played basketball as a kid and fell in love with it. It was more his religion than Christianity. He played all through high school and managed to get recruited at North Dakota University. While in college, a friend introduced Jackson to Zen. Being a Christian, he found this strange. Over time, Jackson became very interested in Zen and began to meditate. Meditation calmed his mind and helped him concentrate on things. He [...]

    • I finally found the time to finish this incredibly interesting book! Written by Phil Jackson, one of the greatest coaching minds of all time. Phil Jackson had an interesting childhood being the son of a pastor. His parent's strict parenting style made him a fierce competitor on the playing field that ultimately lead him to be a professional athlete. When injuries ended his playing career early he decided to coach. Once again, his background came into play. Phil wasn't your typical coach he took [...]

    • "Sacred Hoops" is an engrossing account of Phil Jackson's career as a basketball player and a coach with special focus the evolution of his thinking that led to unparallelled success with the Chicago Bulls and later with the Los Angeles Lakers. I despised the Bulls when I was younger. I couldn't forgive them for displacing the Lakers as the dominant team in the NBA. But then, Kareem had retired, and the other Laker stars were aging, so decline was inevitable. Meanwhile, the Bulls were a truly aw [...]

    • I've read better books about the glory years of the Chicago Bulls. I've read better books about Zen and other non-western styles of thought. I've read better books in general. However, I quite enjoyed reading this. It's a fast read, and very simply written, yet there's a lot to think about.It's easier to take it seriously if you pretend that Phil Jackson died when he left The Bulls rather than ditching his wife and family to babysit a bunch of date-rapists in L.A.

    • I thought that this book was very inspirational and encouraging. Phil Jackson was raised in a Christian household just like me, so off the bat, I felt like I had a connection with his story. One of my favorite parts of this book was the religious standpoint. Phil Jackson showed a perfect example of how to bring religion into your everyday life. Also, he expressed how you don’t need to only believe in one religion. Jackson was Christian and zen. Zen’s origin is Chinese and is all about medita [...]

    • This book was very good. I really like the way it was written, and I loved all of the lessons and teachings that are shown the Phil Jackson taught to his team. Phil jackson was a very philosophical person and learned amazing things in his life, and he passed these amazing ideas and teachings to his players and us through this book. I have nothing bad to say about this book and would greatly recommend it to anyone who likes anything philosophy, basketball, or cared little to none about each. It i [...]

    • Whether one is believes in Zen meditation or not, it is easy to agree that Sacred Hoops is an excellent story on one simple mans journey form humble church-goer to 11-time NBA championship head coach. Phil Jackson's autobiography teaches one with a conflicted mind to clear their head, and move past roadblocks.This book begins with Jackson in his mid-teens. His family has been forcing him to study the Catholic religion for years now, and Phil is beginning to disagree with some terms the religion [...]

    • After March Madness I heard of and tried to read _When the Garden Was Eden_ (about the NY Knicks in the 1970's) but it was too much of an insider's story for me. But that got me poking around for more books of those players and teams, and somehow I landed on Phil Jackson's book. Jackson was a player on the Knicks back in the day, and then coached the Chicago Bulls during the years of Michael Jordan's meteoric return to the game and the Bulls' taking the NBA championship.But what made this book r [...]

    • Pg. 207When Jordan retired for the first time due to his father's death and his desire to play baseball, the Bulls were crushed. They knew that their odds of winning the next championship fell off a cliff. They had little to no energy for the next season without their leader. However, Jackson and the Bulls almost went to the finals again, but lost a heartbreaking series to the Knicks. How the heck did Jackson do this?Now time for the full review.Somehow, Phil Jackson went on to win 13 championsh [...]

    • I thought this book was interesting and enlightening, but it was not really what I thought it was going to be. While I initially had the idea that Spiritual Hoops was going to have lots of player stories and inside notes from the famous Phil Jackson, I found that it was a lot deeper than that. Jackson talked about his Zen Buddhist religion quite a bit throughout the story, and at points I felt it was too much. However, the book did provide lots of good lessons that can be applied not only to bas [...]

    • Mix of sports writing, Lakota Sioux, Zen and Christian insights and reflections. Jackson describes the different basketball championships he won with the Chicago Bulls.Funny quote on a meta-level: "I find it amusing when people ask me where I get my ideas for motivating players. The answer is: in the moment. My approach to problem-solving is the same as my approach to the game. When a problem arises, I try to read the situation as accurately as possible and respond spontaneously to whatever's ha [...]

    • In this book Phil Jackson explains to readers his coaching methods in sports and his beliefs throughout his life. I loved the spiritual element he added into coaching and being part of a team. I also really liked how he didn't focus on one religion, but took ideas from multiple and lived off of those, allowing him to grow and help others grow too. The book was a little boring at times, but some stories he told were incredible. The lessons you learn in this book are to be selfless and accepting, [...]

    • A special book for me; a readable book on sport and one that does manage to combine the pragmatic with the spiritual. I was given this book by a dear American friend who trained me in his approach to executive coaching and leadership. His death (way out of time) a year later has made this all the more precious.The back cover talks of the higher wisdom of teamwork employed by the head coach of the Chicago Bulls basketball team, Phil Jackson. He has a fresh and refreshing look at leadership issues [...]

    • Picked this up in preparation for my coaching job. Although he's clearly an intelligent man of many ideas and a deep understanding of the game, the book is disjointed, repetitive and doesn't seem to follow any real logical or even thematic progression. He doesn't elaborate when it would be interesting for him to do so and he repeats himself without adding any new insights too often.While it has set some sort of foundation on what I would want to do as a basketball coach, it wasn't exactly what I [...]

    • Phil Jackson is a legendary coach in the NBA. He explores the way he coached the Chicago Bulls and LA Lakers to World Championships using the intellect and the philosophy of the Lakota Indians. This book is not just for sports minded people. This book is for people who want to be the best they can b, starting from a beautiful place and finishing with ones humility in tact. I read it again and again.

    • I thought that Phil Jackson gave a lot of interesting philosophical ways to think about basketball. Since I love basketball, I loved reading about how to play the best team basketball and about Michael Jordan and the Bulls. It taught me about what the NBA was like before I started watching basketball.

    • I would say that this book should be read by any gender because it displays a universal lesson that teamwork, hard work, and dedication can achieve tremendous success. I would rate this a 5 out of 5. I would recommend this novel to any person regardless of gender who love basketball and sports in general.

    • Written back in '95, this book actually describe Phil's life and basketball career up to the middle of his second three-peat with the bulls. I lived in Chicago back then, so I really enjoyed being transposed back to that era once again. !!!Spoiler alert!!!Phil Jackson is a genius.

    • Enjoyed this book very much all the way through. Particularly liked reading about the Bulls. As a Knicks fan, I "hated" them, but they were a great team. Total respect.

    • The Inspirational Book Sacred Hoops Sacred Hoops is a book about Phil Jackson, the Chicago Bulls coach from 1989-1998. He got to coach the Michael Jordan, one of the greatest players of all time. The book isn’t only about basketball, it is also about faith and family. Phil wasn’t always a happy and successful man. In 1972, he got divorced, he said it was his all time low. He rented an apartment in Brooklyn, New York, and met a man named Hakim. Hakim owned all the apartments in his lot, they [...]

    • Phil Jackson, a former player and coach in the National Basketball Association, has further revealed his experiences in the league through his autobiography titled, Sacred Hoops: Spiritual Lessons of a Hardwood Warrior. Jackson explains the approaches he utilized to win eleven NBA championships as well as strategic methods the everyday person can adopt to improve their quality of living.The National Basketball Association is an American basketball league founded in June 1946. After being drafted [...]

    • I gave this book a 5 out 5 stars because it was by far one of the best book I have ever read. Phil Jackson in my opinion is one of the best authors. When I was reading this book i could visualize his problems and I could visualize Michael Jordan and the game of basketball. This book got me closer to basketball and it makes things more clear in life. This book is very inspirational because Phil Jackson has a way with words and it inspires me to enjoy life and not let problems get you down. He sho [...]

    • 1. I read this book because I am a Chicago Bulls fan and I wanted to know more about why Phil Jackson was such a great coach and what it took for him to coach superstar players like Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Kobe Bryant.2. The book gives an inside look into Phil Jackson's coaching methods and how he became a successful coach. He starts all the way at the bottom of coaching and eventually goes on to win eleven rings. Through his love of Zen Buddhism he learns very effective ways on how [...]

    • Sacred Hoops: Spiritual Lessons Of A Hardwood Warrior by Phil Jackson is a very well thought out and intriguing book. It caught my eye as soon as I flipped the first page. The lessons taught by Phil Jackson not only work, but have first hand encounters of all these lessons working. This book was fantastic, and makes me want to work on my basketball game using the lessons from the book. Phil Jacksons coaching of the champion Chicago Bulls, arguably one of the greatest teams that ever played the g [...]

    • This is a much different book about coaching than most. Phil Jackson took a much different path than most coaches, but became one of the most successful coaches anywhere. I found the the latter parts that were mostly just about basketball and the glory years to be the least interesting part of the ook.

    • Very interesting to see how it works a very high performance team and how a coach can influence it. I fully agree that the Team is above the individual talent and Mr Jackson did a great job in this respect.

    • Super excellent book describing how the Chicago Bull Basketball team was such a powerhouse for many year. It wasn't just the players (Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippin etc), but how they were coached.

    • A good book for people who are less interested in basketball. I've read it several times, and it has some flaws but remains enjoyable.

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