This little black book of few pages is written in a simple and straightforward style. It is not about basketball, it is not about relationships, it is not about winning. This book is about feeling good about yourself no matter who you are, no matter how talented, no matterhow young or old, it is written for either male or female. I have given at least 20 copies of this book away as gifts. Had I known it would go out of print I would have bought more. I read from it to children as young as 5 and as old as 90. Getting back up after a failed attempt, learning the basics of what you want to succeed in, and playing well together as a team. Jordan reminds us in this book that though he can walk on air he usually relies on the basics of the game of basketball; dribble, pivot, pass and shoot. Slam dunks are fine but in a pinch the basics are what carries him. He also tell the reader that there are many excellent ball players out there but the reason the Bulls have had a sustained championship status is that they learned to play together as a team. A must for anyone who wants to succeed or who wants to motivate and coach others to success. I have found that kids listen when I read from the book because it was written by Michael Jordan.