Yesterday, we posted a Buzz Williams quote – today, we share the video of the press conference where the quote was sourced. It’s worth the 18 minutes of your day to promote positive change.
“I think my tenure as a coach is coming to a close. I tell my players that, I tell my children that, because all I care about is all the things he just talked about. I think the things that I used to look at on a scorecard that were really important, those things don’t matter at all anymore. So I spend a lot less time as a coach than I once did, and I spend a lot more time trying to help them grow ...[Read More]
Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz loves to use the acronym of WIN. For Holtz, WIN stands for; What’s Important Now I am pondering that quote as I just returned from a leadership summit for a preeminent collegiate leadership group. Out task from my division in preparation for the next year was quoteworthy. Break some shit, and put it back together! As a coach, I love those types of ...[Read More]
Leaders don’t conform to the consensus. They create a consensus to their vision and goals. Leaders don’t change their positions mid-debate. They welcome scorn from the masses because it creates the opportunity for dialogue. Leaders don’t look backwards to condemn what has already been done, they look forward to create a better future. Leaders are not dogmatic. They are princip ...[Read More]
“There is no greater honor than to sacrifice for a brother” – Matt Deggs, Baseball Coach at Sam Houston State. There are just some coaches that you want to play for. Matt Deggs is one of them. After a loss that knocked his team out of the NCAA tournament in 2017 – Deggs gets deep. He talks about love, being a transactional coach and becoming a transformational coach.
Tim Ferriss is not only the voice behind my favorite PodCast – but he is also the presenter in the top TED talk of 2017. Talking on “fear-setting”, Tim is both vulnerable and uplifting. [ted id=2799]
“Boxing is a sport of self-control. You must understand fear so you can manipulate it. Fear is like fire. You can make it work for you: it can warm you in the winter, cook your food when you’re hungry, give you light when you are in the dark, and produce energy. Let it go out of control and it can hurt you, even kill you… Fear is a friend of exceptional people.” – Cus D’Amato
The first question says it all – “Who likes being subbed out of the game?” In this great social experiment, Coach Becky Burleigh talks about putting a camera on her bench to watch the body language of both the players and coaches.