The Gods of Coaching

What do Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll have to do with church?

Likely more than you think.

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Chip Kelly, Zeke and Losing with Class

Ezekiel Elliot and Chip Kelly both lost football games this past weekend, and they both came to the same conclusion about exactly why. They were out-coached. The nuance comes when you consider their roles.  Elliot is a junior tailback for Ohio State and shared his thoughts in a post-game interview.  He went to essentially quit […]

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Hijacking your Annual Review

It’s a new year and that can mean only one thing.  It’s annual review time at work; the one and only time that Corporate America gets introspective. Kind of… The familiar process involves employees completing self-evaluations and sending them to their managers who use those insights and other feedback to write up a formal review […]

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Breaking: Benjamin Franklin to Mentor Manziel

“It’s about being accountable, and doing what I say I’m going to do, instead of looking like a jackass. Either I’m going to learn, or I’m going to be finding something else to do.” Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel  12/28/2014   Humiliated & humbled. Then injured, fined and suspended. It has been an interesting year […]

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You Got a Tribe?

How many friends do you have? In the social media age that word friend gets watered down a lot. Facebook allows you a maximum of 5000, while a recent scientific study indicates the most you can realistically have is 150. Personally I’d aim even lower. I don’t need 150 or even 50 friends, I need […]

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