Tag Archives: success

When a coach wants you to fail

Over time I’ve had some good coaches and trainers. When you know the person guiding you, there’s typically an etiquette to the relationship. If something difficult needs to be said, there’s a time and a place. That’s how good coaching … Continue reading

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In life and on the road you sometimes get only one shot at success

As a tiny little kid I recall the day my father called us all inside the house and ushered us upstairs to the attic where a tall window overlooked the back yard. “Now be quiet,” he told us. “I’m going … Continue reading

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Running and riding through our sentiments

sen·ti·ment Def #1: a view of or attitude toward a situation or event; an opinion.  Def #2: a feeling or emotion. I used to be quite the sentimental person. One doesn’t know exactly why certain sentiments build up in the … Continue reading

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Suzy Favor Hamilton shows how difficult the race against depression and anxiety can be

There is a scene in the movie Men In Black where the characters played by Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones resort to the supermarket tabloids to find out what’s really, truly, actually happening in the world. That feeling crossed … Continue reading

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