Should HR managers be leadership coaches? Or is self-improvement the way to go? As you may have guessed, the answer is: It
You not wanting to get involved is no longer an acceptable reason to stay silent. We want to know what you stand for. And please don't tell me Facebook isn't the place because you use it each day to spread your message far and wide.
"Where did you come from?" I protested. "Do you have a clone or something?" The practices became something I looked forward
It was all over a player switch.
It ALL starts at home, period. I grew up playing youth sports in the 1980s, high school sports in the early 90s (born in 1976). I learned very early on from my parents that the coach was always right. This isn't true today.
Parents, your kids will be fine if they don't start -- as long as you're fine! For the first time my son didn't start today, and I couldn't have been prouder. He was the only one on the bench standing and cheering for his teammates.
Don't deny yourself the chance at getting the help and accountability you need out of fear of working with the wrong coach. Do your homework.
Taking a Knee and Clanking Helmets: It is Possible to Shift a Narrow Perspective by Watching Football
The camaraderie, the devotion to team work and touchdowns, the knee they take when a man is down. My perspective in regards to this sport has shifted radically in the past few years. Football helmets clanking still sends a chill down my spine, though.
Why is the number so high? In the realm of sports, there are many different voices that influence young people--parents, coaches, health care providers, school professionals, teammates, and even spectators.
I'd like to challenge you to COMMIT to doing this inner work on yourself, not TRY to do it, and see how shifts of energy and attention can uplift your life and have tremendous positive impact with your purpose in the world.