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Win Now for Life

Success doesn’t fall on one’s lap immediately. To be the best person you can be, you have to work for it.

Luckily, this guide is here to help you out. 40 years in the making, Win Now for Life helps you become victorious in life through four pillars.

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A Fly on the Wall in the NHL

The National Hockey League boasts a rich history. Daniel C. Bryndle travels back in time to an era well before the modern NHL came to rise.

See the hockey world in mid-60s and summer 1983 behind closed doors.


About the author

Daniel C. Bryndle was raised in Western New York State, with eight siblings. His father was a High School teacher and his mother a nurse.

As a High School Athlete he earned MVP in Tennis and a Hockey Scholarship to the University of Wisconsin. He majored in English and Business, and attended Graduate School at Western Connecticut State University for the Masters of Science of Administration program.

Dan resides in Safety Harbor Florida with his wife Patty. He is the Founder of Win Now Matrix, LLC, a company that translates Win Now for Life into winning in the NHL, and all major sports. He offers his views of how to succeed in business and explains the impact of the Win Now for Life four pillars on companies and sports teams as well as individuals, in a motivational speaker format. Dan can be contacted through this web site for interested teams, businesses and organizations.


Win Now for Life

We have all heard the saying, one rotten apple can spoil the bunch. The point here is not the freshness of the apples, but that two rotten apples in a basket of ten will surely spoil all of them.

At the top of the list of things you do right every day is wake up every morning and go to bed every night, be thankful for the day, and look for ways to improve.

You will attract in your life what you project in it. By projecting the good things and doing it repeatedly through the probability stacking, you gain momentum. See it, feel it, and nurture it.

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A Fly on the Wall in the NHL

Most of the players and coaches didn’t see me or at least didn’t pay any attention to me. And that was as it should be, because to be effective at what I did, I felt I needed to be almost invisible.

For Ernest Hemingway, life was like war, and from what I could see, life in professional hockey may be compared to war as well. Great generals are needed, courageous combatants, and yes, most importantly, the will to win.

At that moment, I realized that I had been in many dressing rooms during what I considered defining moments in the NHL, but I never realized how much others might like to have been there as well.

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