In early January 2019, my mom admitted my father into the ER with swelling in his extremities. His body was already becoming increasingly weak and this was just another blow to our family's resolve. Since he came back home from that ER visit, he has remained bedridden to this day. What this does to the … Continue reading Mile 134: TWO things highlighted since my father left the Emergency Room
Brian and his mentee Jerome went on their monthly hike trail which at its end, overlooks their city. While relaxing on a boulder at the end of their hike, taking in the great view, Brian saw something on the ground that could be a great learning experience. The thing was close to the edge of … Continue reading Mile 133: A parable about the importance of knowing who you are and where you stand
When I taught my College course "Psychology of Sport" at Nyack College, one of my favorite sections was the 'Group and Team Dynamics' portion. Why? Because what sometimes they class didn't notice was that I was teaching them on something we were already experiencing together with our time together. This month is recognized in America … Continue reading Mile 133: FOUR principles found in every Black History story we’ve ever heard
I hope your Christmas season was better than the one before! Another year has come and gone and we're 7 days into this new one. Usually we make new year's resolutions and then find ways to continue following what we've set up. Right?Well this year I'm trying something different and you're invited to do it … Continue reading Mile 133: Seven days into 2019. Are you letting God do His resolution?
It's the holiday season again! I want to thank all the folk who take the time to read my posts and those who consider what is being said. This time of year is supposedly the most joyous moments for us but recently I've realized it isn't that for some. This year is different for me. … Continue reading Enjoy your season! See you next year as I continue my blogging journey!
A long time ago, a man lived who gazed at the stars all night long. He believed that the stars revealed what the future would hold and he called himself an astrologer. One night, while he was out for a walk and gazing at the stars, he had a terrible premonition that the world would … Continue reading Mile 132: A quick reminder for athletic programs and an option for understanding performance psychology