"Sometimes I struggle with wondering if we are being led or used; whether we're are being loved or fattened up for someone's benefit other than our own." The best type of leadership is the type that allows you the space to find your own style of work and that gives space for not knowing. I … Continue reading Mile 77: Coaches and athletes get ready for June 1st! JOC’s first FREE Mental Skills Summer Challenge!!!
According to Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), America’s sport industry’s billion-dollar revenue takes an upward trajectory annually and is likely to continue its trend out to 2017. The four most revenue generating segments in the sport industry are: 1) Gate revenues, 2) Sponsorships, 3) Media rights, 4) Merchandising. Why would so much money be increasingly thrown into … Continue reading Mile 77: You (student-athletes) have a major say on the growth of the sports industry! But don’t forget about yourself
Journey of Champions is the soul’s journey out of worldly scripts into the architecture of God. It's my coaching service to collegiate student-athletes. I'm a Christian without apology and have thought long and hard about how to "do business" without coming across preachy. I've asked many wise christian leaders about my self-burdened dilemma and I've … Continue reading Mile 77: Don’t all buildings have a foundation? Why should YOU be any different?
Whether it's teachers in the classroom, parents at home or coaches in their sport, what these leaders have in common is the desire to have their students, kids and athletes become more motivated to do things without being told. What if I told you that it's all our fault why they aren't taking those personal … Continue reading Mile 76: How can coaches affect an athletes ability to be proactive
Title: A Father's Eyes Author: Unknown This story is about a skinny young boy who loved football with all his heart. Practice after practice, he eagerly gave everything he had. But being half the size of the other boys, he got absolutely nowhere. At all the games, this hopeful athlete sat on the bench and … Continue reading Mile 76: Inspiring Story of a Parent’s Eyes
This may be a difficult pill to swallow or it may be a point that probably needs more debate for others. I was writing in my journal after having listened to a speaker talk about how God wants everything to go right in our lives. I'm not a theologian nor an apologist. But for the … Continue reading Mile 76: Do we live our every day life with this viewpoint as Christians