Cubs, Coolidge, and Perseverance

This weeks tip is from the 30th President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge. Coolidge took office 15 years after the Chicago Cubs won their last World Series title, until their most recent win this week. If you watched game 7 of the World Series the other night,...
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E+R=O

This week’s tip is from Hall of Fame New Jersey high school coach, James Stroker. Stroker coached basketball, baseball, and football at Ridgewood High School and is currently a motivational speaker & yoga instructor. E+R=O This is not some math quiz, but...
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Tip of the Week from Carroll College’s Mike VanDiest

This weeks tip is from Carroll College head football coach, Mike VanDiest. In 18 seasons VanDiest has won 6 NAIA Championships and 14 conference titles. Play multiple sports when growing up. Don’t focus on just one sport all year round. This way you can develop...
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From Walk-On to Full Scholarship – the key is giving & receptivity

This week I am sharing a couple of tear jerking videos that will make your day. The tip or principle that underscores these videos is from the book “The Go-Giver” written by Bob Burg and John D. Mann. “The key to effective giving is to stay open to...
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Tip of the Week – Where to put your identity

This week’s tip is from David Boudia and Steele Johnson who won the silver medal at the Olympic games in Rio in the synchronized diving competition. “Knowing that my identity is rooted in Christ and not in the competition, whatever the result might be, I can...
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Kerri Walsh Jennings – Humble in Defeat

Kerri Walsh Jennings – Humble in Defeat

I saw this article below on Yahoo Sports. The Olympics are full of great stories. To me a great sports story is one that transcends the playing surface.  Kerri Walsh Jennings took responsibility for her poor play.  Taking responsibility for our actions is something... read more
Tip of the Week – Embrace hard work!

Tip of the Week – Embrace hard work!

This weeks tip is from Swiss tennis star, Roger Federer. Considered one of the greatest tennis players of all-time, Federer has won 17 Grand Slam singles titles in his long career. The beauty of this quote is in the embracing. We all know hard work is needed for... read more
Tip of the Week from Coach Pat Summitt

Tip of the Week from Coach Pat Summitt

This week’s tip is from long time Tennessee women’s basketball coach, Pat Summit, who died a few days ago. Summit won 8 NCAA Championships and 1,098 games over 38 season at Tennessee. I found so many great quotes from Coach Summitt that I couldn’t... read more