The "golden boy" of tennis, Novak Djokovic made some comments on Monday about the wage and gender gap in tennis that seem to have opened up a can of worms about the sport, gender differences and the wage gap. A controversial topic that very few people actually want to engage in because of the fact that … Continue reading Gender Equality and the Wage Gap
A young woman went to her mother and told her about her life and how things were so hard for her. She did not know how she was going to make it and wanted to give up. She was tired of fighting and struggling. It seemed as one problem was solved, a new one arose. … Continue reading Are you a Carrot, Egg or a Coffee Bean?
Last week, a good friend of mine, Ciaran Toner wrote a post about being in the "Right Place at the Right Time". If you haven't seen it, go and read it now. I want to echo on the points he made before jumping to my topic. There are certain people, who wish for success, but spend … Continue reading Working on your craft!!
Keys To Being A Great Defensive Team: by Coach Joe Wootten 0 lay-ups in transition: Stop the other team from getting to the rim in transition. A player should sprint to the hole (under the rim) and not give up a lay up. +15 in rebounding: A successful team is going to win the battle … Continue reading Keys to Being a Great Defensive Team
Click on the link below to read this great article on how you are your own key to success; how your actions or inactions determine your victories or failures. Seize control of your life, your fate and your destiny. Empower yourself. http://www.the-open-mind.com/no-one-is-coming-to-save-you/
by Joe Wootten Tell you Child every time you watch them play, "I loved watching you play today!" Please think about how that would make you feel! I know that would make anyone feel great! Do not soften the blow for your child after a loss: If they lose teach them to not make excuses, … Continue reading 14 Points to being a Key Parent
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