“Don’t tell me how talented you are. Tell me how hard you work.” Arthur Rubenstein My friend, Jen, sent me this quote the other day
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I was on a call yesterday and I listened to a woman tell the story of the phoenix, which was in a book her young daughter was reading. As you know, th
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I was watching a documentary about Coach Dawn Staley, the head coach of the women’s basketball team at the University of South Carolina. I only
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Are you an athlete? Maybe you were an athlete in high school or college. The great thing about being an athlete is you learn how to win and you learn
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I was reading Atomic Habits by James Clear again this weekend. He was explaining “The Plateau of Latent Potential,” which essentially desc
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Recently, a friend of mine bought a Peloton bike. As she shared her experience with me she said, “I’m so out of shape, but I’m sure
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When Doug and I were hiking in the Sourland Mountains recently, which is basically a hill near my house, we were amazed by this tree which seems to de
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As many of you know from my previous posts, I was in an 8-week stationary bike challenge with a few of my friends. All 8 weeks were planned out—4 sp
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“The only way to get rid of darkness is to add more light.” Unknown I know this quote sounds a lot like the famous quote from Dr. Martin L
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Last week, while listening to an online conference, I heard a woman say, “Look, no one’s coming to rescue you!” OK, wow, that was li
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“Talent you have naturally. Skill is only developed by hours and hours and hours of beating on your craft.” Will Smith We all know the quo
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I read an article the other day that contained a few very interesting statistics about marathons. Apparently the LEAST number of people quit a maratho
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Tonight, I will host another meeting with my Emerging Leaders participants. Our topic for this evening is “Failing Forward.” Failing is an
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This week my leadership class will be discussing perseverance. This word has a Latin root meaning “steadfastness or constancy.” Angela Duc
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