For anyone embarking on the change journey, in any part of life, take one step and see where it takes you. As you move forward, a small step will give you the confidence to take a bigger step.
I am working on comments about Federer and Rafa’s extraordinary Australian Open. In the meantime…
People come to learn forehands, backhands, strategy, fitness and mental skills and often walk away with deep looks into who they are and who they can be.
“I am the greatest” is one of the most outrageous stories one could come up with.
Make a difference in the lives of your friends, family and colleagues by giving them the gift of change.
I have debated the idea of confidence with sports and business clients many times. I have often taken issue with the idea that we lose it if not performing well.
University of Michigan tennis team is betting on the story model of high performance helping them defeat the best in the country at the NCAA championships
We stuck together. We, as always, win and lose together. Today we won.
By the strength of our relationship even more than the strength of our games.
I play for matches like this that not only challenge every mental, emotional, physical and spiritual fiber of my being but also conclude with two warriors sharing a bench on the side of the court throwing compliments to each other.
This morning I read that the great American runner, Steve Prefontaine, would have been 65 years old today. He had said: “Somebody may beat me, but they are going to have to bleed to do it.”