Monday Mindset: Extend Grace

Monday Mindset: Extend Grace

Kate and I are celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary tomorrow, and one of the things that I attribute our successful relationship to a single word…

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PGC Coaching Announces 2023 Leadership Clinic Dates & Locations

PGC Coaching Announces 2023 Leadership Clinic Dates & Locations

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3-Point Play: On questioning yourself, fundamental qualities of great teams, and self-discipline

3-Point Play: On questioning yourself, fundamental qualities of great teams, and self-discipline

There is no end to the questions you should be asking yourself as you play. There is so much a player can do that never gets done. You can’t afford to just go out there and play if you really want to improve.

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Monday Mindset: Be a Student of Your Craft

My question to you is, what is your craft? What are you pursuing excellence in? If you have something you want to pursue mastery in, you have to be a student of your craft.

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3-Point Play: On looking your defender in the eye, failure to evolve, and living your life all over again

3-Point Play: On looking your defender in the eye, failure to evolve, and living your life all over again

When you get the ball near the basket, turn toward your defender and look at them. See what they are going to do. If they are going to jump, let them; then you go up. And if they want to stand there, let them; then you go up strong.

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Monday Mindset: Find a Way

Meet my new friend Ben, from Nunavut. He trains every morning in the snowy conditions below. πŸ₯Ά

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3-Point Play: On two-foot stops, investing in good people, and the pursuit of mastery

3-Point Play: On two-foot stops, investing in good people, and the pursuit of mastery

Stop on two feet. Since the one-foot jump-and-glide takes less effort and looks more impressive (when it works)…

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Monday Mindset: Lean In

You could just lean back, be too cool, be too shy, be too good to learn or you can have a beginner’s mindset, knowing there’s always more to learn…

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