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Winning Without A Championship

 Author: Jason Bornn  Category: Nonfiction  Publisher: KP Publishing Company  ISBN: 978-1-960001-43-6|978-1-960001-44-3  Language: English  Tags: Hardcover: $24.95|eBook: $9.99 |


The vast majority of coaches across all sports do not win championships. However, our culture gravitates towards teams that do, often disregarding the lessons learned by those who have not. Winning Without A Champion is written by an experienced high school football coach who shares valuable lessons, ideas, and concepts he gained from a career with very few championships. Coach Bornn digs into the often-overlooked aspects of achieving success, transcending the narrow focus on championship victories. The beneficial lessons conveyed apply to any profession and avenue of life, making this book a worthwhile resource for anyone aspiring to greatness.

About the Author

Jason Bornn is the varsity head football coach at Saugus High School. He has been coaching for 34 years and the head coach of the Saugus Centurions for 21 years. He has led the team to four Foothill League titles and four CIF Semi-Final appearances during his tenure. Coach Bornn can now add an author to his list of achievements. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from California State University Northridge and his Master’s in Educational Administration from Point Loma University. Coach Bornn and his wife Veronica have three adult children: Angelo, Julian, and Paloma. They currently reside in Santa Clarita, California. 

“I want to encourage readers to adopt a broader view of success and embrace the possibilities of winning in unconventional and meaningful ways.”  Coach Jason Bornn  “When it comes to football coaching 101, high school coach Jason Bornn has written a book that offers important experiences beyond lessons about Xs and Os. He has invaluable insights and recommendations to becoming an influential leader, teacher, and coach in education-based sports.”  Eric Sondheimer, Sports Reporter, L.A. Times