Winning

I have a bit of a temper on the tennis court. If I miss a shot, there are times I can't help but yell out some choice words
Acknowledging the dualism between body and symbol in an awareness of death motivates us to live life to its fullest and to heal the world.
When it comes to creating great teams, is it best to develop your own staff or is it better to a recruit a team of great
A "successful" divorce doesn't mean doing better than your spouse. It means minimizing your emotional scars and arriving at an outcome that puts you in a better situation than all possible alternatives, which in many cases is the most you can hope for.
Being persistent is not the same thing as not quitting. Persisting is getting up and trying again. To be successful, we need to know when to quit, especially if we've been doing something that is destined to fail.
Phelps was asked "You have a target on your back. Does that make you swim faster?" He replied, "I don't really think about
As for this famous foursome spending the week in The Bahamas, they'll continue to dominate and I wouldn't even be surprised
Success often depends on our ability to present a socially acceptable image. Ideally, our social image aligns with our authentic self or essence.
People are already interested in reading about and watching celebrities. Using their life experiences and health journeys as an expository case study not only is stealth public health education. Charlie Sheen did a good thing and has given us a platform. Let's use it.
It might seem as an oxymoron to most, but there really is something to be gained from losing. Life doesn't always give us what we want; we win some, we lose some! Our loss is one person's gain just as much as another person's loss is sometimes our gain.
It turns out there's more to politics than "just be Charlie Sheen all the time."
Odds of Winning - People sometimes think the odds of winning are related to the number of players, but that simply is not
Here are five reasons to make doing what you love a priority:
If you're like me (and I know I am), you did a whole lot of nothing during the holiday season. It was a tremendous stretch of family, friends and ... letting your work just sit there. Life was great, until Monday when you returned to that world of documents and projects that you had been ignoring, causing a severe case of anxiety.
It is that time of year again -- the end of another college semester. Grades are in and well, the "whine season," as a fellow educator professed on his Facebook page, has begun.
Winning the business battle can be like a champion-round match. Acquiring skills from the masters might keep you off the ropes in the business world. Champion boxers work daily to be prepared for the fight.
Like the mortgage industry implosion of 2008, the college football business is an impending disaster. It's imminent. Unreasonable expectations, high turnovers, entitlement, participation trophies. It's not a matter of if, but when, does the bubble burst?