After the Final Whistle: Preparing for Life after Sport

2018-02-16T07:20:18-05:00August 6th, 2010|Categories: Networking Tips, Personal Development, Speaking Engagements|Tags: , , , , , , |

Summary The transition from college to career can be difficult for even the most prepared individual. However, for student-athletes who are also ending their athletic careers, the shift can be even more challenging. Often, the time demands and focus on their sport prevents the student-athlete from adequately preparing themselves for life after their sport ends. [READ MORE]

Opportunity in Disguise

2018-02-16T07:20:18-05:00May 22nd, 2010|Categories: Personal Development|Tags: , , , , , , |

By now, you’ve figured out that challenges in life are inevitable.  You don’t have to invite trouble to find it at your front door. Since every one is going to face difficult times at some level, the difference between those who succeed in life and those who don’t often boils down to how they handle [READ MORE]

Change is a Choice

2018-02-16T07:20:19-05:00December 30th, 2009|Categories: Personal Development|

It is so easy to make excuses.  There are always reasons why you can't achieve your goals. "I'm too (fill in the blank)." "I don't have the support/resources." Etc., Etc., Etc. As we approach a new year, I want to remind you that change is a choice. Every day that we wake up, we are [READ MORE]

Good Enough Isn't Good Enough

2018-02-16T07:20:21-05:00November 16th, 2009|Categories: Leadership Tips, Personal Development|

Saturday's speech to the Saint Anselm College Ice Hockey Team in New Hampshire was an exciting challenge for me. Though I've addressed football teams and basketball teams in the past (sports that I played...and understood), I had never spoken to a hockey team. (Come to think of it...I've never even been ice skating before!) This [READ MORE]

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