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Are They Full of Anticipation or Anxiety?

By Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services      What’s the last thing that you really couldn’t wait for, or that you couldn’t wait to do? Maybe it’s this week’s NACAC Conference in Salt Lake City. In the Tiers’ household it was something that happened a little over a week ago. My wife and I took our 9-year old daughter to her first concert – Taylor Swift’s Reputation Tour. For about the past six weeks our daughter had been counting down the days on a chalkboard in our kitchen and talking about it all the time. Needless to say it was quite the event....

 

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Tiger Woods’ Comeback & Your Recruiting Story

On the night Tiger Woods won his first tournament in five long years, following his very public personal setbacks and injuries, I was at the airport. Every television was tuned to his final few holes, and crowds of people were clogging the aisles, gathered around to watch Tiger finish off his comeback. Why? Tiger Woods has won before, no big deal there. I seriously doubt every person watching was an avid follower of the PGA. So why all the interest in Tiger Woods winning (another) golf tournament? Because of the story. Because when it comes right down to it, we're a sucker for great stories. And it seems like all of us are in agreement that Tiger's comeback is a great story. But what exactly makes his story such an interesting...

 

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Increasing the Value of Your Coaching, and Why You Should Do It ASAP

by Mike Davenport, Coaching Sports Today

If you want to make our world a better place, there are few ways more powerful than being a coach. – Dr. Jim Knight

Sport coaches are a dime-a-dozen.

I know…that stings like getting snapped with a rolled-up, locker-room towel; however, there is truth to it.

The truth lies in the fact there are many, many coaches in the world, at least 3 million in the US alone.

As one athletic director told me, “There’s more coaches out there then I can shake a stick at.” (I’m not quite sure why he felt the need to shake a stick, but that’s what he said.)

Yet here’s the thing … of all those coaches:

A College Coach’s Keys to Productivity

by Mandy Green, Busy Coach

As we are almost 2 months into the fall competitive seasons and 1 month into school, I wanted to send you a few friendly reminders about how you can completely change the energy that you bring to everything you do as you are trying to finish this fall out strong.

You might be asking, “Why is Mandy talking about my energy levels again?” For me, managing my energy levels really has been key to my productivity and getting things done.  If you want a great book on the subject, read the book The Power of Full Engagement, by Tony Schwartz.

How is your health these days? Can you wake up...

 

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