Trying to lead is a burden. But the burden doesn't need to be overly anxiety provoking if we can see it clearly for what it is. To operate at the highest level of leadership you only need to master one thing. This one thing is the difference between being stuck in one stage of development … Continue reading Mile 28: What is the highest level of leadership?
Title of this post and the post itself comes from a book a mentor of mine gave to me while I was living in California. The book is "177 Mental Toughness Secrets of the World Class" by Steve Siebold. I want to share it with you because it speaks directly to what I think all … Continue reading Mile 28: Champions are Congruent
You are extremely blessed to be getting this tip. If you are reading this post right now, it reveals that you are one in many who, willing to risk for a learning opportunity, will bypass a title that is seemingly false. Good for you...and me. But the title is NOT false and neither is the … Continue reading Mile 28: Tip that will erase failing out of your life
As a sport psychology consultant(I like to call myself a peak performance coach), I get to be around student/athletes and try to help them see things through different perspectives. These athletes all want to make a difference not only in their sport but eventually, when they graduate, in their life's work as well. I know … Continue reading Mile 27: How to spot if you are a team leader
My car starting shaking and sputtering this past Sunday (sounds about right since its fever season and all). Upset that I will have to again spend some money on her (and yes my car's a she), I took some money that I had saved and spent it on the problem I was having. My cousin … Continue reading Mile 27: Something Useful
Sometimes it may seem that what you are trying to do is more difficult than what it looked like in your head when you imagined yourself. It's going through the hard times that make your faith shine brightest. Because when everyone else is in the stands looking and betting on when you will give up, … Continue reading Mile 27: A simple but profound hope