Miranda Burcham: Disrespect Your Impossible

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

Podcast

But What Do You Control?

Hey Competitor, I know you’re upset about this weekend’s game because you didn’t get to play as much as you expected. I know how frustrating...

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Growth Mindset, Podcast

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 many, it’s a great starting place for thinking about what it truly...

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Book Reviews, Greatness

Book Review: The Captain Class

The Captain Class: A New Theory of Leadership by Sam Walker is a must-read if your youth athlete: Wants to be a Captain and leader on his/her team Isn’t...

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Groom Others

Be Someone Who Leads From Everywhere

Confession, if 18-year-old me writing this and I was Kevin Durant, I might be cheering against the Warriors this week in the Finals. Just like I’d might...

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Podcast

Lauren Teague: Teaching Grit Through Golf

Social media professional Lauren Teague shares her philosophy on conversation-driven engagement and talks about how to model a good work and life ethic for...

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Podcast

Matt Sharp: Raising Toddlers to be KIDStrong

Children today are the leaders of tomorrow. That’s why it’s important to foster healthy relationships with kids and help them on the path to positive...

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Featured, Op-Ed

Is It Really Worth Your Retirement?

TD Ameritrade recently published a study on the financial impact youth sports are having on parents’ retirement funds. As most of you know, the costs to...

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Member-only, Podcast

BONUS: How to Build Character in Your Athlete

Raising Competitors members get this BONUS conversation with Stephen Mackey where we explore how to build character in your youth athlete....

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Greatness, Podcast

Stephen Mackey: Using 2Words to Change Your Life

“We want to break down the walls that we use to compartmentalize the different areas of our life and recognize that our character is the foundation of...

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