Coach Paul Assaiante, a two-time Olympic Coach-of-the-Year, and the winningest coach in college sports history with 17 NCAA championship titles and the longest winning streak in college sports, talks with Action Catalyst host Dan Moore about empathy as a coach and a leader, measuring the character of a player and a person, how all sports are team sports, but they all start with the individual, and his friendship with world famous author Tom Wolfe and how it inspired his new book, “Run to the Roar: Coaching to Overcome Fear”, which is about to be made into a motion picture, as well as the interesting story behind its title.
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