The Daily Coach
A daily hands-on approach to becoming a better leader. With the help of some unique wisdom as well as an action plan to tackle your day, The Daily Coach aims to be an inspiration in your email inbox each morning. Leading first starts with leading yourself, so whether you're an executive, teacher, or parent... Everyone is a coach.
Failing to See the Risks
Failing to consider what could go wrong, what external threats exist or where we might be susceptible to turbulence can completely negate our hard work.
'Are You About Winning?'
When interviewing a potential candidate for a position on your team, ask them who they admire, then ask what three things they do similar to that person.
"Peace is the result of retraining your mind to process life as it is, rather than as you think it should be."
'Don’t Put a Ceiling on Their Goals or Dreams'
The Daily Coach assembled some of the recent highlights of our Saturday Blueprint series.
"Notes" of An Elder
To coach is to bring out possibilities in others that they have not yet realized.
Eric Musselman and the 2 Questions Any Leader Must Decide
All leaders need listening skills, divergent thinking, and the ability to communicate and maintain a plan. But equally important is verisimilitude.
Marvin Hagler and the Silk Pajamas
We know that persistence, mental toughness, and determination can be developed. But we also know they can quickly disappear.
The Years Before the Bright Lights
There are two key lessons from FDU's improbable upset last week that we might be wise to keep in mind.
Jerry Seinfeld and Going 'All In'
"All in" means being fully involved, not allowing anything to deter our success or the pursuit of our dreams.
"Fall in love with taking care of yourself. Fall in love with the path of deep healing. Fall in love with becoming the best version of yourself but with patience, with compassion and respect to your own journey."