3-Point Play: On balanced scoring, gardening, getting the crap done first

3-Point Play: On balanced scoring, gardening, getting the crap done first

Do the things you like least first. When you have energy, it’s easier to get an unpleasant thing done. When you’re tired, it is nearly impossible. Whether it’s yard work or studying, get the crap over with soon. Save the best till last.

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Monday Mindset: Start Small

When I was 15 years old and started a basketball camp in my parents’ backyard, I never imagined it would come to this… 

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3-Point Play: On fakes, inspiring leaders, and guiding principles

3-Point Play: On fakes, inspiring leaders, and guiding principles

Most players would instantly improve by doing one thing. The problem though, is this one skill is under-taught, undervalued & underused.

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Monday Mindset: Do More

We didn’t know what we were going to see when we got invited to this but we did. And here’s what happened plus why we were so glad we went.

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3-Point Play: On basketball IQ, culture, and changing your mind

3-Point Play: On basketball IQ, culture, and changing your mind

Building culture in large part is about your ability to sustain focus on what’s important when something else feels more urgent.

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Monday Mindset: Are You a Sheepdog?

I was watching the U18 Ontario volleyball championships and saw the most incredible young leader. Will was the smallest player on the court, yet his value was undeniable. In fact, they were a totally different team when he wasn’t on the court.

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Monday Mindset: Say Yes

This weekend I stretched myself and did something I’ve never done before. When you have the chance to do something that takes you out of your comfort zone, just SAY YES…You’ll be better for it.

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3-Point Play: On conditioning, the process, and courage

3-Point Play: On conditioning, the process, and courage

No one is overjoyed with the thought of conditioning. It’s tough. It’s demanding. It hurts. But it’s the simplest way to gain an edge. To be a champion, get in great physical condition.

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