Mile 135: I'm not Kobe but I respect his ability to rename this term

Cultural icons have a way of renaming the beauty of meaning. Kobe Bryant did just that. He did what Michael Jordan didn't do - name his drive and shared it. Maybe that's why storytelling was the appropriate next move for the Mamba. And the Oscar proves that i guess. Kobe had introspection and the ability … Continue reading Mile 135: I'm not Kobe but I respect his ability to rename this term

Mile 41: Bronze, Silver, Gold or Glory

What do you play for? Why do you practice daily? What is your reason? Is it to just be a part of a team? Is it to get a trophy? Is it to get in shape? There are various reasons as there are individuals in athletics. What this blog is trying to reveal is the … Continue reading Mile 41: Bronze, Silver, Gold or Glory

Mile 4:What every athletic program needs to understand about commitment and Arete!

Have you heard of the story of the last stand of the 300 Spartan warriors against the Persian armies in 480BC? Hollywood did a rendition for us. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc2wo1dGL7o&feature=related Historically, you can see the difference of commitment level between the leaders. The Spartan King was in the battle and later dies, the Persian king was on a … Continue reading Mile 4:What every athletic program needs to understand about commitment and Arete!