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In Others’ Words: The Unique Power of Attitude

In Others’ Words: The Unique Power of Attitude

Attitude. Attitude. Attitude. Our attitude takes us a long way in athletic competition, doesn’t it? Our attitude takes us a long way in life, too — which is a certain type of competition, when you think about it.  If you’ve been part of the ongoing conversation on this blog for a while, you know I wasn’t much of an athlete growing up. As I explained to my volleyball playing... Read More »

In Others’ Words: What Peyton Manning Prays

In Others’ Words: What Peyton Manning Prays

Am I celebrating the Denver Broncos winning Super Bowl 50? Yes, yes, I am. I also realize some of you reading this post may be Panther fans, so understand that while I’m celebrating, I’m not gloating. Sports is always about winning and losing, and Broncos’ fans have experienced both. Which brings me to today’s quote … and the intriguing truth that two-time Super Bowl ... Read More »

In Others’ Words: Teams and the Power of Game Changers

In Others’ Words: Teams and the Power of Game Changers

Yes, I love football. And yes, I am a Denver Bronco fan — and a Peyton Manning fan too. And, in an exercise of full disclosure, I am also thrilled that Tim Tebow is getting another shot at the NFL. But despite the beginning of this blog, today is not about football. Nope. Today’s post is about teams and about being a game changer. Teams happen all sorts of places besides sports fields.... Read More »

In Others’ Words: Goal or Obstacle

“Obstacles are those frightful things you see when you take your eyes off the goal.” ~Henry Ford, American industrialist I could make my point today talking about football. But I won’t. Even though I found a great photo of the goal line, I won’t talk about my favorite team (the Denver Broncos). I won’t talk about Tim Tebow … or about how no one in my family is a... Read More »