“I can accept failure. Everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.” ~Michael Jordan
Do not throw in the towel. Use it for wiping the sweat off your face. — Otto Graham
What we learn with pleasure we never forget. – Alfred Mercier
Why being around others may do more harm than good after the loss of a loved one.
What is YOUR next Gold Medal Moment?
Supporting a colleague who has recently experienced a significant loss.
“You can observe a lot by just watching.”– Yogi Berra
The best teachers are far more concerned with making you a better player than making you feel better about your game.
“John wasn’t only one of my guys. I wasn’t just his supervisor. He was also a good friend.”
Just three little words can make a world of difference.
I am a big believer in the importance of achieving our dreams…
When we are at our most vulnerable—in baby-chick mode—what we need is someone to gently take us out of the path of further harm.
One way to tell if we are procrastinating on a task is to ask ourselves: what is the feeling I get when I think about it?
How to cope when an emotional trigger sends us into red alert.
Sometimes we can’t truly accept one door has closed until we notice another has opened.
Why time alone is so important.