Here’s something coaching others has taught me: We’re often as much our own villain as we are our own hero.
On Monday, I asked Kristen what she thought we should do about the Aztec game on Tuesday night since it was scheduled to tip at 8:00 PM, Jackson’s bed time.
You’ve got a streak going. It’s for a championship. And it’s New Mexico. He has a minimum day on Wednesday, he can catch up on sleep.Kristen McLane, Woman of the Year Candidate for 2020
I’ve been trying to figure out a way to talk about this. Do you find this helpful? Leave me a comment to tell me what you think.
What I’m trying to get people to understand is that they are being manipulated by their impulse to respond. If you just ignore Person A, they have no power over the media. But if you respond, they own the media. Make sense?
Back in the day [really it was less than 10 years ago] I spent a lot of time talking about and helping The Marin Foundation. A question I’ve been asking myself lately is, “What can I take from that experience to apply to what’s happening in our country today?”
I wish I’d paid attention in middle school. I wish I’d paid attention in high school. I wish I’d paid attention in college.
I live on a block with virtually no shade on the street. There are 22 houses and only 3 have a shade tree in the front yard.
Have you ever noticed how easy problems are to solve for people who aren’t involved?
Objectively speaking, we’re the best team in the country. I’ll fight you on that.
A couple years back I was watching a cooking show on Netflix that talked about making sourdough breads. (Among other things) And in section of the show talking about making sourdoughs breads I learned something really interesting: You don’t need a sourdough starter… you can make your own.
Two teams are undefeated. And two fan bases are bonding over their shared undefeated streak.