Just because you have massive faith that you can win, overcome or "get to the next level", doesn't mean that it will absolutely happen at whatever numbered attempt you're at now! The worst kind of success is the kind that hasn't been through disappointments. In today's youth athletic environment, we see a surge of what … Continue reading Mile 91: This CRISIS is not something we can ignore any longer.
In the sport's world we hear many talks about character and we should have those talks. Sometimes the message can be watered down through what causes coaches to have that conversation. Sometimes it comes after poor sportsmanship, talking back to the coach, coming in late to workouts or breaking some program rule. These are important … Continue reading Mile 90: How important is having this kind of character in your sports program?
In this video I answer: 1) What is sports psychology? 2) When should you get a sports psychology coach? 3) How can you build mental toughness from home? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7CZKMj8w94
Your reputation is what others think of you, your character is who you really are! I believe that God would love to have both reputation and character to be developed in our lives; but if He had to choose I believe He will always choose character for us. How many times do we pray for … Continue reading Mile 90: A perspective that Christian athletes should keep in mind during their career
In the 1930’s there was a young boy who had become addicted to and obsessed with eating sugar. His mother decided to get help from the young boy's idol - Mahatma Ghandi. The mother took the long and hot journey with her son walking many miles and hours under the scorching sun. She finally reached Gandhi's ashram. She asked … Continue reading Mile 89: An often told Mahatma Ghandi story that highlights the role of a leader.
Imagine this! Let's make-believe that you have a person who works for you (you're very rich!!!) and who follows you everywhere that you go. And let's say that that person is like your 'human wallet' (they hold your money). Pretend for a second that you walk into a store, picked up some items that you … Continue reading Mile 89: Maybe this may change your perception of stress! Check this out!