"A Leader is not about who is in front but who is first." Huh? What does that even mean? Imagine that you are in a race and your fellow racer is a lap ahead. They have perfect form and lengthy strides. But by the end of the race, your hand is up in victory. How? … Continue reading Mile 134: Life's journey starting blocks – the most important part of pushing forward
Ain't it funny how temptations only show up with something you really want to do? Think about this...you've never heard a conversation like, "Hey man, how'd you get so fit?" "Yo, wrong place, wrong time bro." "I was going to pick up my weekly pizza, you know how I love dough, when all of a … Continue reading Mile 124: Research says that this one thing makes you stand out for promotions
A small college student activities department planned an overnight trip to a theme park for the student body. In order to travel with the school, the students had to go online, print out a form, sign it and bring it to the student development office at least one day before the trip. A group of … Continue reading Mile 123: You can easily teach your teenagers the importance of prioritizing values using The Core FOUR Sequence TODAY!
School is back in session and for others, it is soon to be!! Around this time there is numerous emotions being had for parents, teachers and children alike! Feeling of significance. Feeling of dread. Feeling of relief. Feeling of excitement. Feeling of pride. Feeling of burdens lifted. Feeling of burdens added. With every detail in … Continue reading Mile 122: TWO things we can begin right now to prepare our youth and ourselves for back-to-school
If Jesus was called the Great Counselor, it shouldn't be a surprise to people that he had a psychological template for what unhindered growth should be like in a person's life. Right? Well, I think I've found that template in the Bible. Tell me if it aligns with what you've understood about life so far. … Continue reading Mile 107: THREE obstacles you will have to navigate through in order to gain your personal development growth
When I was a young child, there was an Aesop fable that I always liked - The Story of the Grasshopper & the Ants. I'm certain (maybe) that every student-athlete, in high school and college, have heard of the story before. Below I'll post a video of the story which I found on YouTube and … Continue reading Mile 106: This lesson has been lost on today’s student-athletes. Click to see the Sports Psychology moral of the story.