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What Going the Extra Mile Really Looks Like: 1000 Rings

What Going the Extra Mile Really Looks Like: 1000 Rings

If you are like me, you may be tired of this election process and need something else to focus on. I know I do. This election cycle has given “he said” “she said” a whole new meaning. When I heard about the “1000 rings” it was like [...]
Olympic State of Mind

Olympic State of Mind

Olympic State of Mind This week the world descends on Rio De Janeiro for the Summer Olympic Games.  The pageantry and excitement hold the attention of the world for the two weeks that world class athletes compete for some of the loftiest accolades [...]
Campy was Right, I was Wrong and LeBron was

Campy was Right, I was Wrong and LeBron was Somewhere in the Middle

I often talk about sports. I refer to examples in politics too. The main reason I talk about both is that they are such public examples of effective and less than effective communication. Sports is a public example of protecting one’s value [...]
Podcast: Student Athlete Catch 22

Podcast: Student Athlete Catch 22

Listen Here: Nick Savage is the founder and CEO of The League Inc., and the Executive Director of The League of Extraordinary Athletes, a non-profit that focuses on delivering concierge services to student-athletes and artists to achieve a [...]

Know Your Team

You need at least one expert team to help you achieve your goals, and you may need many to reach success. Think about all the teams you have in place now. Your work, doctor’s office, grocery store, coffee shop all function as teams that serve [...]

What We Can Learn from the Super Bowl

Whether you are a sport fan or not, whether you are a Patriot fan or not, we all can learn from Super Bowl 49. For that matter, we can learn from sports in general. On one hand we have heard about sports and their analogy to life, for our whole [...]

Podcast: Living Your Dreams

Listen Here: Susie Sanchez is a devoted wife, mother and grandmother best known for being a professional cheerleader in the NFL during the 2011-2012 season for the Oakland Raiders as a Raiderette. Defying all the odds, Susie journeyed an incredible [...]

The Difference A Day Does Not Make: LeBron’s Decision To Come Home

NE Ohio, especially the Cleveland-Akron area, held their collective breath for ten days while the King-LeBron James-made his free agency decision. And then on July 11 millions of people let out that collective sigh of relief when LeBron announced [...]

Summertime…And The Livin’ Was Easy

Growing up in the 1960’s with the great songs of summer was amazing! We weren’t close enough to California to be surfer girls who would wipeout, but we were ready to roll out those lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer! Three months of making [...]

Podcast: Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years

Listen Here: Mary Taylor Young is an Award-winning Colorado author of 15 books, who has been writing on the landscape, natural history and heritage of the American West for more than 25 years. In her new book, Rocky Mountain National Park: [...]

And The Triple Crown Goes To…

Not to a horse. Of course. Apologies to Big Brown, Smarty Jones, Funny Circle and War Emblem, but what you four couldn’t do in horse racing in the past ten years, Miguel Cabrera accomplished in Major League Baseball for the first time in 45 [...]

Bye Bye NFL Scab-erees!

Three months later… The National Football League finally decides to end their preposterous, game integrity destroying, lockout of the NFL Referees Association early Thursday morning. After the three-month lockout, a new agreement is in [...]

One, Two, Three…Fantasy!

The NFL is back in action. You know what that means! Every wannabe general manager’s wet dream has come true. Fantasy football has arrived. The teams have been drafted, clever names have been chosen and the season’s first smack has been [...]