Greatness comes from the ability to sustain passion over a long period of time toward the same goal.
In this digital age, we have new ways of measuring fame. Example: To Google Jordan Spieth, you need type in only a “J” and his name will pop up. That’s what happens when you win the Masters in runaway fashion, tying the record held by Tigers Woods. Now Spieth has a big problem. He must […]
Legend (or fact) has it that Albert Einstein stumbled on the Theory of Relativity when he spied the clock in a public square. Actually, “stumbling” is the wrong word. If Einstein had not been thinking about mysteries of the universe, seeing the clock would not have meant anything to him. But Einstein had a deep […]
Alfred Hitchcock turned bad luck into genius. Born on Friday the 13th, “The Master of Suspense” channeled his childhood experiences into masterpieces of the silver screen. He found positives in what most people see as negatives. “Luck is everything,” Hitchcock said. “My good luck in life was to be a really frightened person. I’m fortunate […]
Let’s play a quick little game. How many times does the letter ‘f’ appear in the following sentence? “Finished files are the result of years of scientific study combined with the experience of many years.” Did you count correctly? Many people do not. Many people see three. The correct answer comes below. This simple test […]
Coach Mike Tully has studied peak performance for three decades, first as an international sports writer and then as a championship coach. Coach Tully covered Olympic Games in Lake Placid, Los Angeles, Sarajevo and Seoul, as well as more than 100 consecutive World Series games. Now he takes the insights gained from the greatest athletes in the world and brings them into high school and college gyms.