Stop & Think: January 2, 2021

Happiness Remember that happiness is a way of travel—not a destination. (Roy M. Goodman) For some people, happiness is like the proverbial pot of gold that is supposed to be found at the end of the rainbow. We may work hard to be happy, but...

Stop & Think: December 21, 2020

Christmas Joy Christmas is for children. But it’s for grown-ups, too. (Lenora Mattingly Weber, 19th-20th century American author) With a rather disheartening comment, Weber continues, “Even if it’s a headache, a chore, a nightmare it is a period...

Stop & Think: December 7, 2018

Mistakes A man should never be ashamed to own he has been in the wrong…  (Alexander Pope, 18th century English poet) Why is it so difficult for us to admit we’ve made a mistake? We seem quick to make excuses or place blame elsewhere, when it...

Stop & Think: October 27, 2018

Practice The Best Teacher of the Game is to Play the Game. (Source unknown) You can do all the classroom teaching or locker room coaching possible, but there is no better place to learn than in the midst of the activity. Any teacher will testify...

Stop & Think: October 25, 2018

Trust A team is not a group of people who work together. A team is a group of people who trust each other. (Mike Linch, baseball coach) We’ve been reminded again and again that there is no “I” in “team.” Yes, it’s a group, but as Linch points...

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