Wake up with purpose! : what I've learned in my first hundred years / Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt with Seth Davis.
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- ISBN: 9781400333516
- ISBN: 1400333512
- Physical Description: xiii, 222 pages ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Brooklyn, New York : Harper Select, 
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It starts with belief -- The blessings of acceptance -- The power of dreams -- Becoming a teacher -- Coach Jean -- Principal Jean -- Mundelein -- War and peace -- Loyola -- Jumping into hoops -- Worship, work, win -- From Arch Madness to March Madness -- The Sister Jean bounce -- The Final Four -- Wins and losses, hellos and goodbyes -- The old community spirit -- Getting old and staying young -- Epilogue: Life and death.
Known to millions as simply "Sister Jean," the Loyola Chicago matriarch and college basketball icon invites you into her remarkable memoir filled with history, wonder, and common-sense wisdom for this century and beyond. As Sister Jean wisely says, "I've seen so many changes in the last 102 years, but the important things remain the same."Part life story, part philosophy text, and part spiritual guide, Sister Jean's wit, wisdom, and common sense has broad appeal and application that transcends religious creed, belief, and even feelings on Loyola's basketball team. Along with her collaborator Seth Davis, an award-winning writer, broadcaster and New York Times best-selling author, Wake Up with Purpose! lets you experience: Sister Jean's words and her spirit, her sharp sense of humor, life lessons gleaned from one hundred years of living, universal themes that connect us all and priceless wisdom. The driving force inside Wake Up with Purpose! is the narrative of Sister Jean's fascinating life--from teaching at a Catholic school during the Second World War to serving on a Chicago college campus in the sixties and beyond to cheering from the sidelines of a men's basketball tournament in March 2018. As you learn about Sister Jean's century-long life, you'll feel just like the Loyola students do when they knock on her office door, plop down in a chair, and ask if she would have time to chat, an activity that she still does daily. Publisher's marketing.
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