Today is not only Thanksgiving for me; it’s the third anniversary of my mother’s death. My mother taught us a lot of things, but one thing that really stood out to me was: Dream big beyond your surroundings.
Today marks the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address President Lincoln delivered on Nov. 19, 1863, on the battlefield near Gettysburg, Penn.
From the way Adolph Rupp ran his practices to what he taught his players and how he looked out for their best interests, he was clearly blazing a new trail.
Last week I attended a dinner with the Urban League of Lexington-Fayette County and heard a speech from P.G. Peeples, a good friend of mine and the president of the Urban League, that really stuck with me. P.G. talked about what his organization is about, how far we’ve come as a society but also how far we still have to go. It got me thinking a little bit, so I wanted to share some excerpts of P.G’s speech with you.
In John Calipari’s biennial state of the program speech at Big Blue Madness, he says the Kentucky program isn’t for everybody, and you have to want it and earn it to play at the greatest tradition in the history of college basketball.
Paul told me it’s not about money, cars, fame or material possessions – that’s all just stuff, he said. Paul told me it’s about your relationship with God, your relationship with your family and the impact you have on other people.
In his new book, The World’s Most Powerful Leadership Principle, Hunter demonstrates that leadership and character development are one. But the work, and even the pain, of changing one’s self–breaking old, worn-out habits–is not easy. Hunter provides an uncomplicated, straightforward, three-step change process he has seen successfully employed by literally thousands of leaders to effect change in their lives and organizations and fulfill beneficial goals.
ARLINGTON, Texas – One could blame it on the hour-and-a-half delay from the four-overtime Kentucky-Baylor women’s basketball game earlier in the night, but that would be making an excuse for a UK team that showed a lot of glaring holes in its 67-62 loss to Baylor on Friday night. No, after watching his team get […]