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I did a little bit deeper reflecting on what "The Daily Coach" is all about and this caught more of my attention to share with you. “The most important person you’ll ever coach is yourself. The goal of #TheDailyCoach is to provide a daily hands-on approach to becoming a better leader. Whether you’re an executive, teacher, or parent... EVERYONE is a…
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A much needed reminder for a "Mindset Monday" - a quick hitting 5 points to take with us any day, but especially a Monday! Great to have in our back pocket all the time. Nobody better than Jon Gordon (@jongordon11) to bring us some awesome #MindsetMonday reminders. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someo…
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"The Daily Coach" is someone that I've followed for a number of years now and it seems the information shared on this platform is only getting better. Find today's post HERE. Keep checking back at this site and where you follow social media (@TheDaily_Coach). Today it's a great reminder using some "heros" from my childhood - Batman & Robin to teach…
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Saw a powerful post and a reminder, exactly when I needed to see it this morning - from Greg Berge - all about the importance of gratitude. “Why is having GRATITUDE so important? - Gratitude kills worry. - Gratitude destroys fear. - Gratitude reduces stress. - Gratitude makes you happier. - Gratitude makes you healthier. - Gratitude builds your res…
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Finishing up the look down the trail of some fantastic and powerful lessons from Coach Pat Summitt, shared through Coach AJ - part 4 of 4 is: Be Courageous and Accept The Cost of Action - To face your fears, you need to accept your environment and have the courage to push through. Accept that there are different outcomes that may happen, but one re…
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Continuing down the trail of some fantastic and powerful lessons from Coach Pat Summitt, shared through Coach AJ - part 3 of 4 is: Run Through The Worst Case Scenarios - Run through what would happen if you do "fail". This allows you to face your fears head-on. List and those fears and the potential obstacles that may be hold you back. Think throug…
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Continuing down the trail of some fantastic and powerful lessons from Coach Pat Summitt, shared through Coach AJ - part 2 of 4 is: Embrace a Growth Mindset! A growth mindset starts with the belief that your abilities and intelligence can be developed through hard work, dedication, and perseverance. "Failure" is not the end but an opportunity for le…
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I love these thoughts that Coach AJ shared from Coach Pat Summitt. This is part 1 of 4 with this thought from Coach Summitt: "Reframe Failure as Feedback - Failure isn’t a sign of weakness, it’s a sign of bravery. True growth only happens when you learn from your mistakes. Take time to sit back and reframe your thoughts, language, and perception ar…
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I found a great post dealing with something that Coach Pat Summitt said, "We keep score in life because it matters. It counts. It matters. Too many people opt out and never discover their own abilities because they fear failure." There are many things in life to not worry about keeping score - then there are a few for sure that we do want to keep s…
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Coach AJ comes through again with sharing a post that comes from Coach Jay Wright who goes through a list of 7 ways to get rid of a negative attitude. Since life keeps throwing things at us - every day - we might as well have a few things to deal with looking to be more positive. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share …
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Another fabulous lesson shared from the Positivity Project - and this is something for all of us to take to heart. "If you lose your wealth, you have lost nothing, if you lose your health, you have lost something; but if you lose your character, you have lost everything." -Woodrow Wilson #PositivitylnAction Thanks for listening. Please take a few m…
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I found another great quote from Coach Ray Ostrowski - he puts out his Daily Quotes for his students and players, but also for anyone who takes a few moments to read what he posts. Here are some of his thoughts - "Stick with it. Quitting is the only way to ensure failure. Persistence pays off - especially when you work your way to the top with cons…
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Red Letter Days is what Mitch Albom was talking about in his recent "Tuesday People" podcast - find it HERE. There are always special days in our lives and those that can be called those Red Letter Days - marking them in a calendar in red. Much of the world was caught up in a very special Solar Eclipse day on April 8, 2024. Mitch brings up the exam…
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I am really finding so much value with the fact that I am still learning things from former students. In fact, I hope I don't ever stop seeing the tremendous value in learning from them and others - every day of my life! Coach Ray Ostrowski comes through again with one of his Daily Quotes. Leaders teach others to "sweep the sheds". Nothing is ‘belo…
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Found a very thought-provoking post from The Positivity Project. This quote - "When we begin to take our failures non-seriously, it means we are ceasing to be afraid of them. It is of immense importance to learn to laugh at ourselves." - Katherine Mansfield. This helped me to look at myself a bit more with some laughs and some more confidence. When…
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A recent video clip that I found from an interview done with Paige Bueckers from the UConn women's' basketball team, got me thinking about a lot of things that I needed to hear about. She's been through some tough times with injuries. All of us have tough times throughout life. Her advice that I connected with, simply put, I needed to hear it. I ho…
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I found a great email post from "The Daily Coach" and it was centered around The Modest Roots of the Final Four Coaches and that there are talented people working at all levels who just need the right opportunity. This is not just about basketball coaching - but just about every walkway in life. This is part 3 of 3 where I bring up some connections…
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I found a great email post from "The Daily Coach" and it was centered around The Modest Roots of the Final Four Coaches and that there are talented people working at all levels who just need the right opportunity. This is not just about basketball coaching - but just about every walkway in life. This is part 2 of 3 where I bring up some connections…
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I found a great email post from "The Daily Coach" and it was centered around The Modest Roots of the Final Four Coaches and that there are talented people working at all levels who just need the right opportunity. This is not just about basketball coaching - but just about every walkway in life. This is part 1 of 3 where I bring up some connections…
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I recently read a great passage from the book "Arete" by Brian Johnson. This gave me a new perspective (and I hope it will for you too) to look at things & people we may take for granted, and view them AS GRANTED. This change in perspective is huge. It's all a focus on gratitude, my friends (my word of the year) and it's helping to make me a bit mo…
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Finally got to have another fantastic conversation with Coach Dave Ruekert and this was all centered around Priorities! Sit back and enjoy this conversation as we both learned a lot from each other on this one & we hope you pick up some nuggets too. Reach out to Coach Dave at: davidruekert@gmail.com On Twitter / X: @CoachRuekert and on Instagram: @…
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Coach Ray is always teaching - this lesson is a fabulous reminder for all of us. It's all about our name, who we are, what we do, etc., is connected to so many things in our life. Our family, our schools, our co-workers, neighbors, etc. Taking pride in our work and who we are as a person - should be something to focus on everyday. It always matters…
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I found a great post from Melanie Korach & it was a powerful reminder to me and you, for us to be kinder - especially to ourselves. We do good things out in the world, but many in the world are trying to drown us out & trying to get us to give up simply because many of them have done just that. This message inspired me even more to simply - just ke…
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Found this awesome lesson from "The Daily Coach" (@TheDaily_Coach) and these 5 things were posted that was titled, "This week I will..." Very powerful list to check out and try to do every week, if not every day. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someone, also leave a 5 Star rating on Apple Podcasts and …
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Another reminder, in fact I know I've talked about this lesson before from "The Traveler's Gift" by Andy Andrews. It's all about the Wisdom of having Gratitude in our lives. Doing battle with whatever things we need help in, things we need to overcome, things we need to get better at, etc., and it's worth doing so that we can "unlock prizes" for ou…
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Found a great post from Success Minded - it's all about reminding us to reflect on the things we have gotten through over the last few months. It's all about celebrating our strengths and the lessons we have learned. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someone, also leave a 5 Star rating on Apple Podcasts …
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John Maxwell's Daily Reader, reminds us all about what it takes to have more competence - in any area we want in life. These points that I'm sharing with you today are things we all can go after in our own lives to become more valuable in any area we want to. Little things from looking to improve all the time to helping others improve. We can all d…
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The Positivity Project is mainly set up for schools. I think it's something that is for all ages. "Each of us has a spark of life inside us, and our highest endeavor ought to be to set off that spark in one another." -Kenny Ausubel A reminder for all of us as to what we should be looking to do in our lifetime. If more people would look to do things…
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The difference maker, Napoleon Hill comes at us again with another powerful lesson. "If you study the lives of those who have done anything constructive, you will find an uncompromising belief in oneself and a refusal to accept defeat." I know I need to work on this for sure & it's a great reminder that others can help us to get better. Studying th…
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Found an amazing reminder from Andy Andrews who said: "Self discipline is the ability to make yourself do something you don't want to do, to get a result you would really like to have." A powerful reminder for me to do the little things I know will start getting me the results that I want to have in my life. How about you? Hopefully this is somethi…
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Looking back a couple of days ago to St. Patrick's Day (March 17), I have a smile on my face from some time spent with neighbors / friends. Our neighbor and good friends had a party for the day of celebrating, everyone has a little Irish in them. Some wonderful conversations reminded me about a few things. Humans are supposed to be together, face t…
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** Recorded 3-19-24** I recently found a few quotes from a book, "Mindset Is Your Superpower" written by Allistair McCaw, where I saw this quote: "True Success is about adding value to the lives of others." This got me thinking about many different things that really connected with the previous episode about our pasts connecting with the pasts of p…
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**Recorded a day late ** Got to thinking about something, again, as I read my weekly readings from "The Traveler's Gift" by Andy Andrews. This was the lesson about wisdom. In the margin of the book, I wrote a comment awhile back that I got to thinking about how not only are our own pasts our best mentors, but so are the pasts of those people that w…
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I saw this list from a former student of mine, Melissa and it brings up some awesome things to look for in others. It's a great list to not only see where your close family / friends connect to these points, but also for ourselves to see where we connect with others. Tons to look for in others and in ourselves in our quest to keep trying to get bet…
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A very simple message from a post that I saw from BeChampionMinded that said: "This Week's Challenge: 1) Don't Complain. 2) Work Hard. 3) Be Positive! Can You Do It? My answer is a YES along with the fact that I need to try and do this every day!! As I type this up and I think about just today I had to remind myself about these 3 and it's only 10:3…
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Another post came across my timeline and I wanted to get it out there for all of us to think about, and hopefully do something with too. Tracy McMillian reminds us that "time slips through your fingers while you're holding on to the things that don't matter." A fantastic reminder for me - hope for you too. Thanks for listening. Please take a few mo…
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Important & easy topic of always being open to learning throughout life. But it's coming at you from a tough reminder. A former student of mine passed away from cancer. She was in her early - mid twenties. She left a huge impact on others from her radiant smile and laughter, to her genuine care for others. It's a part of life I know, but still diff…
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Found another great post from Be Champion Minded that reminds us that we can become unstoppable when we work on things that people can't take away from us. It's a powerful reset button to hit and to focus on our character, habits, mindset and attitudes. So many things are outside of our control - we might as well zero in on those things that people…
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Found a couple of things to share with you about our habits connecting to success for us. Falling in love with the habits needed for success and not just "success", is the key. There are things we need to do that will be like compound interest for our success. Some great reminders here for all of us. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments …
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The Positivity Project comes through again - @posproject - This quote says so much: "Whenever you're in conflict with someone, there is one factor that can make the difference between damaging your relationship and deepening it. That factor is attitude." -William James Our attitude is totally our choice. We have to remember that it's one of the few…
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Saw an awesome post from @meLanie_korach that got me thinking about how we all matter - to ourselves and to others. It's Just A Matter Of When... we make that little difference with others and ourselves, that can really change things in our lives along with the lives of others. When we do that - the world can be changed for sure. Thanks for listeni…
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An awesome reminder from @Inkyjohnson (check him out) where he reminds us "Never complain about something that you’re not willing to change." Check out the clip on Twitter / X: HERE. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someone, also leave a 5 Star rating on Apple Podcasts and ITunes or other services where…
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Saw a powerful & simple thought, from John Maxwell. He reminds us that we cannot have growth without change. I need to do a lot of growing to get better, which simply means I need to be in control of those things I need to change. It's a lifetime calling for sure. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someon…
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Saw a very thought-provoking post from Gary Goodridge, who said "If it cost you your peace, it’s too expensive." Ain't that the truth. The older we get, the more I think we can see this.It also seems to me, the older I get, the easier it gets to work on this too. Getting rid of things in my life that takes away my peace and joy - it is becoming eas…
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Saw a very thought-provoking post from Gary Goodridge, who said "If you don’t know, someone thoughtful, kind and honest,..… Be one.” I am seeing this more and more in my life. The world not only needs more people like this, but also - when we become more thoughtful, kind and honest - we connect with more people & more doors open for us in our pursu…
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Amazing and powerful connection I saw on a Facebook group... all surrounding the true statement made by Morrie Schwartz long ago. He said that "death ends a life, not a relationship." This comes from Mitch Albom's incredible book, "Tuesdays With Morrie". This book is a must read for everyone. Here are some major connections that I made with this st…
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I ran across a great quote - an even better mindset really, from Coach Robyn Fralick at Michigan State University. "Joy is a competitive advantage!" I love this reminder - especially for myself. Life is short. Joy is something that is too valuable, not to have in life. It's something that we don't have to wait for someone else to give it to us - we…
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Lots of reflecting on this one since my surgery. Truthfully, before my surgery too. This quote from long ago from Harriet Beecher Stowe (from 1852), "Caring for others is the highest expression of humanity." I have seen this all throughout my life, but it became a very bright light shining in my face during my recent surgery episode, that got me th…
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My good friend, Coach Rich Popp posted this powerful reminder for me (for us naturally, but I took it that he posted it just for me), and at the time when I saw this - I needed it!! Desperately!! "Live your best today. Never let thoughts of your past, or those of the future, imprison you. Live an incredible day today!!" Then, as he always does, he …
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Our old buddy, Les Brown reminds us about the importance of setting our expectations high... especially the ones we have on ourselves. I know at times I can set them too low for myself and I need to watch that. Thanks for listening. Please take a few moments to subscribe & share this with someone, also leave a 5 Star rating on Apple Podcasts and IT…
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