You are instructed to travel to New York City from your present location. What different modes of transportation can you use to get there? You could fly by airplane, drive a car, or ride a train or bus. You may use a combination of those forms of transportation. The amount of time and directions will … Continue reading Arriving at your Destination
Training with the Power Scholars program I'm working with on the importance of having a growth mindset. We are not finished products! Click here for the video.
Today, I come wanting to share some good news with you: YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PERFECT IN ORDER TO BE GREAT OR REACH YOUR GOAL! I think that is important to share because there are many times we quit or don’t even try because we feel we’re not perfect or have the perfect … Continue reading Hot off the Press!
The path to greatness seems to be a steep and, sometimes, lonely climb. Lately, I have been observing people who are successful in their fields; they have some traits in common. They seem to have 3 simple keys to greatness: Know your purpose or what you want. Contrary to what's popular in society, discovering your … Continue reading Keys to Greatness!
The challenge of timing. If you are waiting for the perfect time to start your goal, it probably will never happen. Don’t get me wrong, timing is important; but finding the perfect time is rare. There is always going to be a challenge whenever you start; it is likely the reason you have the goal … Continue reading Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That
I recently had an opportunity to speak to the Y Achievers at the Walzem YMCA in San Antonio, TX. I spoke on how academics and athletics can complement each other & can help you be the best you can be. We discuss the realities of athletics compared to the value of academics. The kids were … Continue reading Presentation to Y Achievers at the Walzem YMCA
We are all aware of the ease of making a goal compared to the challenge of actually sticking with it. Our goals should focus more on our process or progress toward a goal as opposed to the goal itself. Notice that I say progress. Progress indicates positive, consistent actions toward an expectation or goal. We have a … Continue reading The Success Process