Tag Archives: John Wooden

Why I believe in AA


While Attitude determines your trajectory, Action determines the speed. Put them together, and you get a sort of success torque. Continue reading

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Why you need John Wooden and Stephen Covey!


“Things turn out best for people who make the best out of how things turn out.” – John Wooden
John Wooden shared this gem in his book, Wooden. These sixteen words sum up the reason for developing a positive attitude and a contingency plan. It’s not enough to have one or the other. You need both. Continue reading

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What can you do with a 2.5 hour car service appointment


“Things turn out best for those who make the best of how things turn out.” John Wooden
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Employee Productivity Tip # 3 – Breakfast of Champions


My generation grew up with Olympians gracing the cover of Wheaties’ cereal boxes. Before there were Superbowl MVPs going to Disneyworld, there were champions hoping to make the Wheaties box cover. Continue reading

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Trying to Learn What Not to Forget


Sometimes the best self-development comes from not forgetting what you previously learned.
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Your Bibliography?


Who would you list as the bibliographers of your daily life? Where do your ideas and insights originate, and what information moves you forward? If leadership is influence, on whose shoulders are you gratefully standing?
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Intentionality with Southern Hospitality


Teaching a class on 5 Star Southern Hospitality in lower Alabama may sound redundant. It’s intentional. Continue reading

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