"We know that how we think about situations largely determines our experience of them." - Betsy Butterick I had the privilege of watching this panel live and the whole time, I was optimistic that I would be able to share it with our EDGB community. As coaches, we [...]
Jim Zasowski and Z1 CarrerZone sponsored Gerry Andros to speak on career change and dealing with upheaval in the workforce. Z1 CareerZone as part of its Career Recovery Sponsorship Program is providing an industry expert webinar series. Gerry Andros is a Commercial Vice President at Bio-Techne Corporation. Gerry is [...]
It is said that Generation Z is the generation with the most anxiety. Coach Buzz Williams of Texas A & M does a very good job of laying out that anxiety and maturation. This is worth the listen - making transformational change is hard unless you are surrounded [...]
It's not about balance, it is about boundaries. We are all so connected, to the point, that being disconnected makes us uncomfortable. The airplane lands, or sometimes is about to land, and how fast can we get our phones out of airplane mode so that the endorphins can reach the [...]
Photo Credit - Tom Fox / Dallas Morning News I absolutly love this piece on forgiveness by Harry Smith of NBC. There are no happy endings to this tragic story, but none the less, it has moved me. Days before the verdict, Allison Jean was asked what her [...]
CONTROL by Robbie Auchincloss This short video was produced by Robbie Auchincloss, who is one of the most underrated great thinkers out there. If you enjoy this video and want to learn more about Robbie, subscribe to his newsletter The Weekly here.
I loved Amy Krouse Rosenthal books, ever since my wife brought them home for my boys to enjoy. That's how you know good children's literature, the adults enjoy them as well. As many know, Amy passed away from ovarian cancer in 2017, but her books continue to amaze. Prior [...]
Last week I was able to attend the Character Conference 2019 at Glacier High School in Kalispell, Montana. This is the second year of this event and while my son went last year, I was not able to attend. Why did I go this year, one, because he wanted to [...]