Mile 45: ONE thing about resolutions we never pay attention to at our loss

We're about to jump into 2014 and I'm sure that most people have set some resolutions. And even though most would say they don't pay attention to such things any longer, they still have a hope for things they refuse to speak out loud. "I want to lose weight." "I want to be a better … Continue reading Mile 45: ONE thing about resolutions we never pay attention to at our loss

Mile 44: See what Leadership looks like Olympian’s style

For this post I found an awesome interview done by Steve Mesler pulled from teamusa.org, about bobsledder, Elana Myers, who will be performing in Sochi next year. What I found inspiring and interesting is how she approaches her sport and the detail put into everything she does. Take the time to see what leadership is … Continue reading Mile 44: See what Leadership looks like Olympian’s style

Mile 44: Your Letter to the Champion in you

"You've been waiting so long for the opportunity to show the people who speak negative about what you are about and what you can do. But in waiting you fell asleep. You unfortunately got comfortable in the position of waiting....so you rest. It almost looks like you are hiding, afraid to show yourself...maybe you don't … Continue reading Mile 44: Your Letter to the Champion in you

Mile 44: A Great point to remember as a Christian Athletic Coach

When Jesus was walking on the earth, he was considered to be the 'Son of David'. The significance of the phrase highlights and characterizes the "the anointed one". In this post I want to try to explain how I see this characterization and how it reveals the mindset of all Christians and pointedly, Christian Athletic … Continue reading Mile 44: A Great point to remember as a Christian Athletic Coach

Mile 43: Another John Maxwell’s re-post – Overcoming Resistance Instead of Being Overwhelmed By It

If I could have said this better I would have written it. But I believe that all captains and coaches who are leading into a new order of things ought to read and digest the truths of change found in this post. Here it is: Overcoming Resistance Instead of Being Overwhelmed by It by John … Continue reading Mile 43: Another John Maxwell’s re-post – Overcoming Resistance Instead of Being Overwhelmed By It

Mile 43: What the Art of War has to say about athletes

In the Art of War by Sun Tzu I find that some of the things that SunTzu says apply to athletics. In a portion of his writings Sun Tzu explains that ‘seeing victory only when the masses do does not reveal the true height of excellence. Excellent victory is seen before the engagement, by placing … Continue reading Mile 43: What the Art of War has to say about athletes