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handling adversity

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When Performers Inspire Awe

You never know where the train of thought will lead you. This one began when I read a quote attributed to Whitney Houston, presumably about a time and place when her gift revealed itself to those around her. “I was aware of people staring at me,” goes the quote. “No one moved. They seemed almost […]

When Your Game Is a Mess

Whether you’re a golfer or not, Lucas Glover’s victory in the U.S. Open has valuable lessons for you. He struggled in the first half of the final round, but hung in there. The moral is: Just because your GAME is a mess doesn’t mean that YOU have to be a mess.

Three Qualities of a Big-Leaguer

“In order to excel, you must be completely dedicated to your chosen sport. You must also be prepared to work hard and be willing to accept destructive criticism. Without 100 percent dedication, you won’t be able to do this.” ~ Willie Mays A few days from now, big-league baseball teams will be selecting the top […]