A Lesson from Friends

Have you ever seen the episode of Friends "The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS"? In the episode, Joey is supposed to host a telethon and is excited to do so because, in turn, he will get tv exposure. He justifies the job as a good deed. However, Phoebe disagrees and says the only reason he's... Continue Reading →

Know Your People

The picture above shows some of my people. I watched a documentary the other day on YouTube, Demi Lovato: Simply Complicated, about Demi's rise to fame, personal struggles, and her journey to find herself again. In the documentary, she speaks to her drug and alcohol abuse, eating disorder, diagnosis of bipolar disorder, and her pathway... Continue Reading →

Developing the Person, Not Just the Athlete

To the athletes: How are you setting yourself up for success off the field? To the coaches: How are you setting your athletes up for success off the field? Developing individuals is not an easy course to take, but as coaches, we can give our athletes the tools they need to succeed in and out... Continue Reading →

Modeling. No, not that kind, role modeling

by Cathlyn Pistolas Who do you look up to? Why does that person come to mind? The person or people that you look up to should be good role models. On the other hand, who is looking up to you? What behaviors are you modeling for others so that they want to look up to... Continue Reading →

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