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It's Your Time...

Revolution starts with a single thought.  And that thought has to be in your best interest and for your benefit.  Think of all the Revolutions that have happened in the world.  446 more words


How Bench Procedures and Time Out Management Impact the Game.

Written by Kevin Sutton

Assistant Coach at Georgetown University

I. Bench procedures:

– The bench must be totally engaged into the game (mentally and physically). Lack of engagement is a clear indicator to the coach that the player is more concerned with themselves than the team. 876 more words


The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.

The worst enemy to creativity is self-doubt.

-Sylvia Plath

Special Thanks to Cortez Kennedy-Shipping Team Leader at our Texas Distribution Center for sharing this with our team this morning.



Are you at a crossroads in your life??  I challenge you to take the road less traveled.  You will find that on the road less traveled you will be grow more than ever before and you will become the person that you were intended to be.  101 more words


Want to be a great leader? Learn to Love

Welcome to the fifth blog in my series for 2015. Here I draw on my own leadership experience and my work as an executive coach to share with you thoughts on what makes for a great leader. 2,731 more words


What’s it like to be coached by YOU?

“A coach who smiles and praises his players will get more out of them”

As a coach I know I have a lot of responsibilities, so how I coach and how I get my points across are vital to the progression of my players. 401 more words

Dave Clarke

Richard Corriere’s Mindful Manager Update 3: Vision is NOT free

Richard Corriere’s Mindful Manager Update 3: Vision is NOT free



WORK takes TIME.

VISION is CONTINUOUSLY evolving. 12 more words