This week on coaches have coach Kevin Knox as a guest and discuss the Earliest Thomas situation, the importance of the offseason and preview some regional high school basketball.
In the latest episode of The Staley & English Show (feat Coach Kurtz) the coaches talk about the transfer of Kelley Bryant, and what it takes to be a mentally tough student-athlete.
“It doesn’t matter whose fault it is that something is broken, if it is your responsibility to fix it.” -Will Smith
Blame is something that should never be confused with responsibility. A lot of us are unsuccessful because when someone does something us, we focus on blaming them. Continue reading Thought of the day
You are the average of the five people around you.
A major influence in our lives is the people with whom we spend the most time. We are either motivated or complacent depending on the people that are around us… Our circle so to speak. Continue reading Thought of The Day
In the latest episode of The Staley & English Show (feat Coach Kurtz) the coaches discuss some current events, Vontae Davis’ retirement, problems vs talent and more!!!
When things aren’t adding up in your life, start subtracting.
It is easy for us as people to consistently fail and come up with excuses for the failure. There is something that successful people do, and that is self-reflect. Self-reflection is hard because you are putting yourself under the microscope. You have to step outside of of your comfort zone and figure out what is going; so we can assess whether what we did was effective or not. Continue reading Thought of the Day
Dreams without goals are simply that……. DREAMS. They ultimately fuel disappointment.
We all have dreams. I always encourage my students and players to not only dream….. but dream big. Continue reading Thought of the Day
Don’t confuse movement with progress.
In yesterday’s thought of the day I talked about your own measure of success and how success is a journey not a destination. Well now we move on to the next level which is on your journey of success do not confuse movement with progress. Continue reading Thought of the Day