Monthly Archives: May 2012

Character & Mental Toughness- Educating Bryce

“Everything we do evolves from character and mental toughness because we believe those two things will help us do the work needed to be successful.” I guess I would call that my core philosophy of teaching and coaching; of educating; … Continue reading

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Character & Mental Toughness- Coach Geebs

The one and only Coach Geebs was recently featured in a one hour internet radio program. I’m just going to tell you that if you are a coach, a player, a parent, or a fan of sports (especially football) I … Continue reading

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Character & Mental Toughness- Stop Joking Around and Get Serious

Stop joking around and get serious You think you will win just showing up, you’re delirious They put their time in and they know their stuff You put no pressure on yourself and don’t do enough They long ago made … Continue reading

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Character & Mental Toughness- Run Outta Dodge

“The higher we soar, the smaller we appear to those who cannot fly.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche Three coaches I know. Each coaching in the most difficult type of environment; a situation where their communities have too many people that are … Continue reading

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Character & Mental Toughness- Championship Character

“Champions do not become champions when they win the event, but in the hours, weeks, months, and years they spend preparing for it. The victorious performance itself is merely the demonstration of their championship character.” -T. Allen Armstrong  

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