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How I Found The Secret Sauce

How I Found The Secret Sauce For over 25 years I have been told my greatest strength as a teacher and coach was my ability to develop heart filled relationships and authentically connect with my students and players. Had I…

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My Cornerstone by Marshal Hurst

My Cornerstone by Marshal Hurst I was recently reading the book Culturize by Jimmy Casas and in it, he talks about being encouraged to share his voice through blogging.  It made me start thinking about stories that I have shared…

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Focus On The Process or Trip Over The Talent

Focus on the process or trip over the talent. As educators, when we focus on the process, the daily disciplines, we can help our students and athletes achieve great things. But we can also trip over the talent. Whether it…

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If You Can’t See Me, You Can’t Reach Me.

If You Can’t See Me, You Can’t Reach Me How many have I missed? How many students, with big dreams locked away inside of them, did I just not see. Screaming out to me, “Coach, if you can’t see me,…

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Happy Holiday Triggers

By: Michelle Frank The effects of addiction on holidays This year on the 4th of July. Food, friends and the crack and boom of fireworks. Not for me. A holiday intended to celebrate freedom was once again a reminder of…

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Nothing Changes if Nothing Changes

Change your mindset, to change your culture, that changes your life! Doing what you have always done, gets you what you have always got! Life is a series of cycles! It is easy to do what you know and most people don’t like…

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Tired of feeling stuck. Just Move!

It is true we reap what we sow. In 2 Corinthians 9:6 it says, “whoever sows sparingly will reap sparingly, and whoever sows bountifully will reap bountifully”. But what do we sow, where is our seed? Our life is our…

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Cancer – A Mess Into A Message

Out of nowhere a diagnosis of cancer. Through my almost 4 years of sobriety I have learned many lessons. I have experienced ups and downs, the good and the bad, the beautiful and the ugly. It afforded me the opportunity…

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Alcoholism – Through My Son’s Eyes

We cannot forget the casualties of  alcoholism With all the accolades and celebrations for sobriety, which are well deserved, I can easily lose sight of the ones too often forgotten in my recovery. They are the ones that I have…

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Dreams of a Future – What Keeps Getting in the Way

The closer I get the further away it seems. There is nothing in this world that I want to accomplish more than my goals and to fulfill my purpose. The dreams that I have envisioned in my head all coming…

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