Simply stated, if you want to engage people, tell a story. Several years ago, a colleague at Disney Institute and I were presenting to a small group of business men and women who had traveled from Spain to experience our ...Read More »
Simply stated, if you want to engage people, tell a story. Several years ago, a colleague at Disney ...
You think Jim McLaughlin will follow this great advice from Harvard Business Review? Whether you are...
Even though Lori is 14 weeks pregnant, it doesn't stop her from getting her fit on at the gym. ...
Introducing the volleyball bump... ...
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You think Jim McLaughlin will follow this great advice from Harvard Business Review? Whether you are taking on a new team or have been a coach of a team for an extended period of time, this is good info to ...Read More »
Even though Lori is 14 weeks pregnant, it doesn't stop her from getting her fit on at the gym.Read More »
Introducing the volleyball bump...Read More »
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My desk Kessel’s desk How we all work and learn in different ways…Read More »
Bravo to all the women in the gym today! And by in the gym, I’m not talking about”spinning their wheels” on cardio equipment. The women in the gym were lifting in the free weight section, far out numbering the men. ...Read More »
How many times at the end of a volleyball match, or any sporting event, do we see the officials, referees, umpires, etc. hurriedly “escape” from the field of play because coaches, players, and fans demonize their role as peacemakers? Ironically, it ...Read More »
It’s always cool when one of the volleyball players your wife looks up to as a kid chooses the same career path. Last year, Lori completed her NASM training to become a Certified Personal Trainer and is now following her ...Read More »
Seems the arctic cold front will never snap this winter. Keep your team healthy with these tips!Read More »
This pretty much sums up what technology has done to coaching, and many professions. In contemporary technological civilization, which can boast of remarkable labor saving inventions, human beings paradoxically work more than they have ever worked before… Increasingly, people’s lives ...Read More »
Thanks to Eric Barker of Barking Up the Wrong Tree blog. His work has been featured in NY Times, WSJ, Time, and Wired Magazine. Sometimes you just want to quit. You know you shouldn’t but nothing seems better than crawling back into ...Read More »
FROM CHAMPIONSHIP GEAR TO GEAR THAT TRACKS YOUR PERFORMANCE, THE WORLD OF FITNESS IS IN GREAT SHAPE.Read More »
Very cool toy / app for kids by Osmo that incorporates the iPad and the real world. I see kids learning in a fun, interactive environment. Can a next generation of this app somehow be applied to volleyball? It could be a great way ...Read More »
Eating healthy makes the body feel good and it can be a chore to eat healthy on the road. Lori and I are willing to take a little extra time on road trips, and go out of our way, to ...Read More »
What is your player reading? See exactly with a GoPro affixed to their head.Read More »
Sorry to all volleyball players and even coaches that love the TV show Gossip Girl. I know how disappointed you all will be to learn that I’m not a Gossip Girl junkie. I’m more of a Harvard Business Review junkie. Don’t ...Read More »
No way to start off the year then with quotes from the game's greats!Read More »
Where in the world are our USA players?Read More »
Come out, come out, wherever you are!Read More »
The myth of the volleyball wrist snap.Read More »
What do you do after you land the job and actually arrive on campus?Read More »
Enter for a chance at a $500 gift certificate of NCAA gear.Read More »