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Recruiting Reminders From the NCAA Tournament

by Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services        A historic upset. Check. Buzzer beaters. Check. A 98-year-old nun becoming famous. Check. And friends of mine tearing up their brackets and uttering some choice words after a weekend that could only be described as complete madness. Check, check, and check. If you’re like most people, you probably found yourself glued to a TV at some point last week between Thursday and Sunday watching this year’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament. I’m not going to lie. I spent almost the entire weekend with family and friends flipping back and forth between the four CBS/Turner channels. While...


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3 Ways to Be Exceptionally Productive

by Mandy Green, Busy Coach

The most productive people do a lot more than just stay busy.  Many coaches stay busy. After all, checking items off a to-do list isn't hard.

What's hard is checking the right things off your to-do list, completing the right projects, and getting the right stuff done. That's when you go from busy to productive -- and in the process become indispensable to your programs success.

Here are 3 things highly productive people do -- and why that makes them so valuable:

1. They always start with goals.

Effort without a genuine purpose is just effort. Effective coaches don't just have a strategic objective of what to do--they know...


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Are Your Admits Giving You These “Buying Signals?”

by Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services        It’s that time of year again for college admission professionals…aka crunch time. Everybody has their list of admitted students who have yet to deposit, and if you’re like most, you’re trying to connect with those students and figure out if your school is at or near the top of their list. Let me start there first. If you’re burning up the phone lines trying to reach these students and you’re getting the silent treatment, click this link for your answer why, as well as some ideas on what you can do to change...


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We’re Good at ‘Now’, and That’s a Problem for Recruiters

Diets are hard. I'm in o.k. shape, but I've gone through periods where I think to myself, "I can be in even better shape if I just watch what I eat, or skip a meal, every day for the next two or three months. Things go fine at first, but after a week or two, I tend to struggle with the same thing most other Americans struggle with: The benefits that 'might' come later on just can't compare to that piece of chocolate cake staring me in the face. And plus, lets be honest, celery doesn't taste that good. Not good enough to wait ten years for the benefits of that sacrifice, anyway. Same thing holds true for investing and saving. Turns out, most of us are horrible at...


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