I followed my mentor into a corporate building yesterday. One of those Buildings that actually manages three other buildings on the same lengthy property. One of those buildings that house the corporate offices for other corporations...you get the picture. We walked in the building, the lobby had a couple of trees on either side hovering … Continue reading Mile 36: Do you know what you’re teaching?
School is starting back up again! All athletes are getting ready to or have already reported to their respective programs. Maybe your team had a great season last year and you're struggling with how to keep yourself and your team's intensity high. Or you had a tough season last year and you're struggling with how … Continue reading Mile 36: How to find the silver lining in your situation right now
I've always had a blurry outlook for how, as a person of faith, I should understand materialistic increase. Maybe you have too. In our society it is easy to fall right in line with the idea of "more"..."now". And at times, not for any reason other than I want more or I must keep up … Continue reading Mile 36: Two views King Solomon embraces about work
You wake up every morning...then you go through your routine that really wakes you up, after that, you head to your front door, raise your arm slightly and rest it on the doorknob about to turn it when you pause. You ask, "Do I have what I need to make it through this day?" You … Continue reading Mile 35: One question you MUST ask yourself while traveling through today’s economy
Whenever a collegiate coach is recruiting new talent, they watch tape on the athlete and if lucky or diligent they get to watch the athlete perform in person. And based on criteria known only by the coaches, they choose/offer the athlete a scholarship. There is no athlete that chooses the coach they want to play … Continue reading Mile 35: Being chosen isn’t a one way deal
Imagine test-driving an expensive car with your eyes closed down the middle of New York City's Time Square area hoping not to crash and loving the rush. And suddenly you jerk forward and shoot open your eyes wide after what has always be known as a poor decision and....you're ok, laughing and feeling full of … Continue reading Mile 35: Steady Arms – Who is steering your course?