Inside coach Coughlin's playbook
New York Giants' coach shares secrets to success
- Duration 4:43
- Date Mar 6, 2013
New York Giants' coach shares secrets to success
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If you feel of the New York Giants to Super Bowl victories -- this system of relentless preparation an old school resilience.
Now head coach Tom Coughlin sharing his advice it is brand new book is called -- that.
The right to win.
How success in any field starts with superior preparation.
Joining us right now coach Tom Coughlin coach first of great job on the book this is that's gonna help -- football coach whose gonna help anyone go to work today.
This will help any individual is trying to be the very best he can be Brian.
And it talks about relentless preparation and hard work organization structure all the things you need to do to get ahead get do the job right the one that you're in.
Then things take care of themselves and to prove that diverse this book is you even have a contract with you why that's why you describe -- -- -- She demands this -- as it Judy has five days every year at the end of the football season.
And we have to go away and his five days and I've tried to renegotiate there's no renegotiating.
She wants a little longer -- -- Hole in the ground on that one but -- -- that's that's part of the deal she puts up with me during the season and then she gets her five day.
So and they basically say would have you've been doing for tough for eleven months catch me up I took here's some of the some -- -- -- from your book and then we can expand on.
Prepare for unexpected opportunities in what.
Way you never know when that's gonna happen Brian if you have structured you have organization.
And you believe what you're doing you are prepare we call in midstream adjust top -- the example of now having to go over -- Minnesota.
In 2011 to play we think you hit a bullet get a blizzard have to go to Kansas City don't even know -- got a hold telling Kansas City.
And eventually we go to Detroit to play the Minnesota Vikings on a Monday night.
With a game was supposed to be on Sunday so things happen.
You have to know -- -- you have to make your team understand you know there's no panic relax we'll get this thing worked out sometimes there are things you do not control.
All right make a big deal about small things that is -- you're -- -- god we are very much so but I I wanted the players to know.
If you're a professional operation you do things in a first class way that's the way you do everything.
The illustration here is Jeff -- -- came to me when I was -- Jack first round pick of the New York Jets -- and Jeff was with us in Jacksonville -- very first training camp.
I asked Jeff -- the food was the one of the very first morning -- food's great.
But the coffee so -- so we went out made a big deal about it get the coffee fix -- -- right next morning he came in thought it was great take care of all the little details.
And it just sends a message to the players you want the Sox up you got to show up on time Koplan thyme it's five minutes earlier -- anybody -- diagnose our own right practice is a challenge not a mature more respect.
Because you have to look forward to that to the practice is actually the culmination of a day's work.
You must look forward to that because that's where you polish that's where you take what you've learned to the practice field and by going full speed you indicate that you understand what's going.
Finally put this into the real world if this kid about the take a test and you're not staying up all night the night before into open to be.
And it takes some Red -- you practice all you have studied all week long and you ready for that season.
Medically you are organized you know who.
Each day you may set aside from six to seven and -- 68 at night the study.
In preparation for that test so that is an all -- one day respect your competition.
Don't give your competition any type of information that might and sent them.
Or make them feel like they have more.
Two gained psychologically.
By what something you've said or written.
I have so much to ask -- more radio but here's one -- -- kept them on so many people watch my dad don't have jobs and Tom Coughlin didn't have a job Jacksonville fired him.
You have nowhere to go but in your head you know get a coach again she's shill for the come -- -- -- -- the scattering.
Any media giant the general -- general manager Ernie accorsi says.
We do here have a job because I will and sure enough when the giants fired their coach they -- Tom Coughlin because they knew he was ready.
That's the thing you've got to be prepared you never know what's gonna happen Brian when you lose your job.
Your self esteem is down and you do have to pick yourself back up and you're going.
But once you start to do that you have to realize you've got to be ready for the next opportunity.
You don't know what it's gonna come.
Anyone out of work this could happen to call could come at night -- we want to talk to you at 8 o'clock the next morning are you prepared are you panic do you know exactly what you're gonna present.
Are you ready to present your program to tell people how you're going to illustrate this job and a better fashion.
And here's what the alert three new book that I -- a lot of value you change it just it just because you're 506070.
It doesn't mean you can't change you can't learn -- -- as a coach.
And that's -- the -- fans are pumped up this upcoming have to learn Brian you have to continue to learn you have to continue to study.
It's a John Wooden.
You spend your whole life learning if you stop learning you're done earned the right to win Tom Coughlin head coach of the New York Giants it was great to see -- I congratulations on the book I've -- coming --