This Pyramid of Success, courtesy of The John R. Wooden Course is a visual and verbal representation of John Wooden's concept of what it takes to succeed. The Pyramid represents 15 fundamental values and 10 supporting attributes that he believes are, “prerequisites for a leader and an organization whose goal is to perform at the highest level of which they are capable.”

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John Wooden, 1910-2010 John Wooden, who coached UCLA's men's basketball team to an unmatched 10 NCAA championships between 1964-1975 and is acknowledged to be the greatest college basketball coach ever, died in June at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. Wooden was 99. Wooden is the first person enshrined in the Naismith Hall of Fame as both a player (1961) and a coach (1973), and was known as the 'Wizard of Westwood' for the way he transformed the Bruins into a dynasty. New Yorkers…

Stephanie McAllister flys to a 9.85 on the beam. The Utah women's gymnastic team traveled to Los Angeles to compete with UCLA at the Wooden Center, located in the center of the Westwood Campus. Westwood, CA 1/8/2012(John McCoy/Staff Photographer) (500×802)

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