A long time ago, a man lived who gazed at the stars all night long. He believed that the stars revealed what the future would hold and he called himself an astrologer. One night, while he was out for a walk and gazing at the stars, he had a terrible premonition that the world would … Continue reading Mile 2: Here’s ONE puzzle piece for giving leadership advice
I had a talk with my mentor yesterday and early this morning I spoke with a sports coach that I know. Why do I mention this? Because these two separate conversations revealed something to me about pushing through! I always believed that you can tell if a person's mentally tough by how they work through … Continue reading Mile 2: How to tell if you are mentally tough
When living in California, I went camping in Sequoia(sounds like: say-coy-ya) National Park. Actually it was me and a friend. While there, we hiked up to a place called "Dome Rock". It was a beautiful 360 degree view of the vast park with the massive trees. The view was ridiculous! I felt like I could … Continue reading Mile 2: The One Unshakable Understanding You MUST see from!
You won't have to be fearful about how you'll lead your team. You won't have to worry about what the team will think of you if you "correct" them. Why?? Because these two keys are going to unlock the door to the REAL world of leadership. I remember when I first received a leadership "position". Don't Laugh. … Continue reading Mile 1: Two Keys that will make You a Better Captain and a Great Leader
First and foremost, I would like to "Big UP"(meaning congrats in Virgin Islands lingo) the Virgin Islands olympic committee and the five incredible athletes representing the U.S.V.I. Allison Peter (100m, 200m) Laverne Jones-Ferrette (100m, 200m) Muhammad Halim (Triple Jump) Hasheem Halim (Triple Jump) Cy Thompson (sailing) Now with that out of the way (I am … Continue reading Mile 1: The ONLY entrance to excellence
If the ax is dull, And one does not sharpen the edge, then he must use more strength; But wisdom brings success. (Ecclesiastes 10:10) To sharpen an ax or metal based tool, simply stated, you need a whetstone(grinding stone), the tool, and some water. When my mentor introduced this subject of transformation to me, he said that all … Continue reading Mile 1: Use less effort, Sharpen Your Tool