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Priscilla Tallman, RESET Your Mindset

Priscilla Tallman understands the importance of focus and growth mindset. She as SEC Conference Player of the Year during her time playing volleyball at the...

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Elizabeth McVickers, Branched Athletics

Elizabeth McVickers knows what it’s like to play without purpose. The former collegiate athlete is now driven to help others find their purpose on and...

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Lay Down a Bunt Every Day

It’s easy to get caught up in the idea that you have to hit home runs every day in order to become successful. The best hitters in the game aren’t...

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Texas High School Coaches Association President Rodney Webb

Being a coach now is very different from being a coach back in the day. Even just 10, 15, or 20 years ago saw a different style of coaching working well for...

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Caroline Burckle, RISE Athletes & Being MORE Than Just an Athlete

Young athletes perform better when they are given the freedom, encouragement, and support to explore themselves holistically. That’s a key takeaway from this...

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Adam Bradley, How to Lead ‘Em Up

When leaders do their best, everyone’s better for it. That’s a bit of wisdom from this week’s guest. Adam Bradley is the founder of Lead ‘Em Up, a...

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Miranda Burcham: Disrespect Your Impossible

Talking the talk is important, but even more so is walking the walk. Learn how Arbonne...

But What Do You Control?

Hey Competitor, I know you’re upset about this weekend’s game because you...

Dr. Cindra Kamphoff: Building Mental Toughness for Life

Grit is just one of the many pieces of the success puzzle. But although it’s one of...

Book Review: The Captain Class

The Captain Class: A New Theory of Leadership by Sam Walker is a must-read if your youth...

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