Tag Archives: accountability
think about who you are and why. can you actually be honest?
If you work in sports, surely you’ve heard people say they have “caught the coaching bug.” What is the coaching bug you might ask? Great question! It’s people helping people. It’s being a mentor. It’s being a respected leader, appreciating the influence you have over other people, especially young people, and not taking advantage of […]
Happy new year to you and yours! Do you have any new year traditions? Do you make resolutions? Or proclamations about the new year and how this one will be different or better? We like to think that the changing of the calendar gives us all a new opportunity to be better, get fitter, be […]
How do you deal with difficult situations? Do you embrace the challenge and see problems as opportunities? Or do you crumble and let the situation get the best of you? Even the strong grow tired and must be reminded from time to time of their humanity. What does your personal safety net look like and […]
Customer service is a huge part of what I do on a daily basis. Here I’d like to share an anecdote about my first major customer service breakthrough. The story begins with the first home football game of the season last year. It is not uncommon for students to have a good time at football tailgate […]
Technically speaking, there is no such thing as sports law. There is only the law applied to sports. The term sports law is perfectly acceptable in casual conversation or in a newspaper article, however the term can be misleading. There are only three types of law: constitutional, statutory, and administrative. There is also something referred […]
Core strength. Athletes and strength and conditioning coaches certainly know how important this is to overall physical health and performance, but what about the rest of us? How much are you training your core? What’s your routine? Situps, extensions, side bends? Yes, we know there are many great exercises for strengthening your mid-section, but what […]