Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Olympics Blueprint to Success

4 Leadership Lessons From The Olympics 1. Branding 2. Execution & Grace Under Pressure 3. Organization Matters 4. Sustainability 4 Leadership Lessons From The Olympics

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Work Hard Play Hard

He’s never satisfied. Remember, he’s still pretty new to the scene. To set a goal of 100 million this early in his career is not only bold, but just proves ambition. To give you an idea, Zack Greenburg of, … Continue reading

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Jerry Colangelo Rebuilding the USA Basketball Program

Recapturing Gold, Restoring Pride After developing successful professional sports franchises, Jerry Colangelo took on a bigger challenge: rebuilding a demoralized USA Basketball Team As the USA Men’s Basketball Team heads to London as the favorite to win gold, it’s hard … Continue reading

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If You Have A Dream Pursue It

Jerry Colangelo on pursuing his goals. “You can’t do anything about yesterday, you certainly can’t do anything about tomorrow, but you can control what you’re doing today.” Video of Jerry Colangelo discussing his life goals.

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Tony Jeary On The Power of Clarity

In this article from Success Magazine Tony Jeary talks about the three enemies of achieving your goals — absence of clarity, lack of focus and poor execution. Q: Why is establishing clarity so important to getting ahead in life and … Continue reading

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Nike: Find Your Greatness

We all have GREATNESS in us!!! Tap into it!!!

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Thoughts From Coaching U Live

Jimmy Dykes @JimmyDykesLive The best do not get bored with the basics. Toughness – doing what’s right when it’s really, really hard to do what’s right. Good coaches identify the problem. Great coaches fix the problem. Kevin Eastman @KevinEastman You … Continue reading

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What coaches look for during the recruiting process.

Jay Wright, Villanova Head Coach A passion for winning is very important, and I like to see players with a good, positive attitude regardless if they are winning or losing. A player’s approach and attitude towards the game is vital. … Continue reading

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A Glimpse into the Life of an NBA Rookie

Miles Plumlee was admittedly overwhelmed by the volume of information he was asked to absorb during the Indiana Pacers rookie/free agent camp. New defensive schemes. Learning to block shots first and take charges second on defense. Making jump shots off … Continue reading

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Alan Stein on Mental Toughness

If you want to reach the highest level of competency and success, mental skills are just as important as physical skills. Plenty of athletes possess the physical skills, but only the dominant ones have the mental abilities as well. Your … Continue reading

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