If you want to throw any person off of their game, shift their attention. Where attention goes, emotions are immediately activated. Matt, a high school player I was working with, was overwhelmed with anxiety on the bench during a game. Literally shaking. I educated him on what I'm about to share now and it never … Continue reading Mile 128: An athlete learned this and it helped stop their anxiety attacks on the bench!
We have been successfully programmed to see a particular way. The more I have conversations, the more I notice how programmed we all are. Our developing nation has successfully separated the majority of us from our food supply (i.e. land) and have given it over to a few corporations to stock our stores. And we … Continue reading Mile 127: My personal venting about how we make decisions in today’s world. Does anyone else see it this way?
A young athlete raised his hand and answered, "I want to be the best!" The coach quickly responded, "Let 'BEST' be in the hands of history and let 'BETTER' be in the hands...of YOU." The young athlete erased his smile then dropped his head. Why did he drop his head? I know you're already figuring … Continue reading Mile 127: When we say mind-body connection, what do we mean? Learn our 4 perceptions of thought that guides into a clearer self-awareness!
We are dealing with another mass shooting in America. While political pundits are sending thoughts and condolences and asking for some sort of gun policy, I'm asking a deeper question - Why is there evil in the world? Why, if God is all powerful, does evil persist? In this post I'm inviting you into a … Continue reading Mile 127: What draws us so far into evil? Is it God’s fault? (my musings after the shooting in Pittsburgh)
"What a leader needs to have is not a set of rules but a good method of analyzing the situation in which he [or she] must act. If the analysis is adequate, a way of dealing with the situation will suggest itself." - George C. Homas (sociologist) In today's environment we have to prepare our … Continue reading Mile 126: What perspectives do you have about these TWO social observations being captured in America’s culture today? Here is mine…
One night at bedtime, a young girl asks her father a strange question, "Daddy, what's a story?" Bending his head to the side, taken aback he stares at her piercing eyes. She's serious. "Well honey, a story is...uhhh...well...you see mommy's and daddy's room down the hall?" he points out of her bedroom door at their … Continue reading Mile 125: This short story will touch your heart and broaden your perspective on being a leader