It’s easy in challenging moments to cast your gaze elsewhere and muse, “It’d be better over there.” The truth is you’d be rob yourself of an amazing opportunity to learn, grow, and chart a path to success.
Celebrate small things, not just the big wins or milestones. Recognize how far you’ve come on the journey and how much you’ve grown since you began.
➡️ Have I been clear in my expectations of everyone’s role and…
I recently finished reading “Build” by Tony Fadell. It’s funny how the right book at the right time helps pieces you’ve been carrying around in your head click into place. I’ll definitely read this one again.
I’ve been talking about finding the inches for the last month or so. It boils down to this: place your focus on finding the inches to make progress on the field. Those inches will add up to yards which turn into first downs which, ultimately, get you to the end zone.
We are all making this up as we go. Granted, we have years of experience to identify things that look like what we’ve seen before. But life is certainly not the same every time.
In-person vs virtual training. Is one better or worse? Does it depend on the situation? I’m curious about best practices or rules of thumb.