Author Archives: Bill Peck
1-Wrestling Sturbridge by Rich Wallace This was the first book that I remember actually reading, actually finishing, and actually really enjoying. It was about the struggle of growing up and figuring things out. I liked that it was a life metaphor revolving around sports and middle school. 2-Good to Great, Jim Collins I learned about […]
Its not easy, but it is a simple formula. No, I don’t mean give up your morals or sell your soul to the devil. I’m talking about how to sell all the seats at your games or events….how to get the place full of people who are pumped and excited to have a great experience. […]
Not drinking beer for a month gave me a whole new perspective on self awareness.
think about who you are and why. can you actually be honest?
10 things that make traveling via airplane better
I am someone who is very connected to mission and purpose, goals and objectives. The day-to-day procedures are important, but ought not to be without a compass guided by vision, lived by values and driven toward purpose and mission. Even if those end goals are lofty and years ahead of where you are now, I […]
Sell out the game by offering great food that people actually want to eat.
Academics sometimes get a bad rap from people in “the real world” for not developing applicable knowledge as it relates to business. Often times these folks want “real world experience” and cite someone with a lack of working experience and more education as being less qualified than someone with less education but more time working […]
Well, it’s that time of year again. Summer is winding down. Schools are starting back up. Families are getting back from vacations. Labor Day will be here before we know it and we’ll officially start planning our fall activities…especially our fall sports traditions! With this changing of the cultural seasons, let this be a reminder […]
Think back to your first day at the job you currently have…and the first day of the job you had before that…what was it like when you started? Who was the first person to greet you and say hello? Were you required to spend some time with HR or did you dive right into the […]