This blog post will be completely abstract so I would need you to follow. If you've been reading this blog, you should know by now that I am a Christian. As a Christian I've always been fascinated with 1 Corinthians 13 (the Love Chapter). It describes love in a very clear way. I want you … Continue reading Mile 80: What I believe we should take into consideration. (My take on the same-sex ruling)
This is a quick tip/reminder to you if you are leading or planning on seeking that role on your team. Think before you speak and when you do speak...do what you say you're going to do. If you find yourself in a place where you don't do what you've said, you will be seen as … Continue reading Mile 79: If you didn’t do anything else, this is the one and only leadership tip you should ABSOLUTELY keep
If you have a little bit of an athletic mindset, you have some goal that you would like to see yourself reach more sooner than later. That's Great! That's why I say things like #KeepTrekking & #PushForward.... We should remember while on this journey towards our hope to never devalue how far we've come. Isn't … Continue reading Mile 79: Everyone who has goals, at some point, understands this!
It's been said that Love is the apex of all emotions. Actually it's the beginning of emotions too. It's your love for something that makes your emotions rise up! If someone tries to take away or hurt something you love...emotions rise up. If someone cares for or helps build something you love...emotions rise up. Emotions … Continue reading Mile 79: This will leave you thinking. Have you ever asked these questions?
In ancient times a story was told about a young boy who, every morning, would go outside the city gates and lean up against the city walls just grumpy all the time. He wasted time by throwing rocks at the trees in the distance to see if he could hit them. He never helped his … Continue reading Mile 78: Ancient times parable about a young boy and the wise guru
This summer I created a Mental Skills Challenge for collegiate student-athletes to do...check my Website. I've kept additional insights on my facebook page. Before I decided to offer this challenge on social media, I introduced it to a few individuals athletes. And they all more or less have told me the same thing: It's difficult … Continue reading Mile 78: What a few student-athletes told me about this Summer Challenge! Here is an imagery exercise that may bring clarity