Sometimes a short narrative can reveal much more than abstract principle can. It's been said before that characteristics are better caught than taught. With that in mind see if you can come up with the characteristics of a trusted and strong leader from this short intro passage. "He stares in the distance, his mind wandering, … Continue reading Mile 114: What hidden characteristics can you find about leadership in this story-intro
Since by last post was long, I'll make this one short and neat. Nod your head if you've heard this statement before or variations of it: The richest place on the earth is the graveyard; because many people have died with their potential still hidden in them. Are you nodding? I would like to add … Continue reading Mile 114: This may frustrate you but you and I know that it’s true
Today's faith post is for the people who believe in spiritual matters and Christians to be specific (since I'll be using Bibles verses). Apologies for the abruptness but I'm gonna jump right in. Through understanding the nature of nature (time, space and matter), Christians believe that if nature was created, that the creator must live … Continue reading Mile 114: The ONLY three options to come out of fear
People who WISH for success but fall short, point their fingers at others for the blame. People who BELIEVE that they will succeed, point their fingers into their own chest and bellow the command "Get Back Up!" There's a trend that is going around our culture now that labels the millennial generation as an entitled … Continue reading Mile 113: Who should be labeled as entitled? Players or Coaches?
Actually, I give high school student-athletes a pass on doing this but they should be aware of it...However, collegiate student-athletes, if you aren't or haven't even understood this, you are behind in your personal development. So you've made it to a collegiate program to play your sport and you've found yourself disagreeing with your coach … Continue reading Mile 113: Concept that leads to questions that ALL student-athletes should process through
I want you to think about your favorite ancient times "battle movie". You know, the ones where two kingdoms line up against each other on an open field with swords, bow & arrows, chariots and spears. They form ranks or lines to show a unified front. They do this because they have a plan that … Continue reading Mile 113: One principle that is hardest to teach in today’s culture. What are your thoughts?