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Tim Kolodziej: We can do better than ‘just livin’ the dream’
“Just livin’ the dream.” I’ve probably heard that phrase dozens of times this year — and it’s always used in a derogatory sense.
In essence, people are really saying, “I’m stuck and I don’t know how to get out.” OK, maybe.
Tim Kolodziej: Don’t got game? You still got time
Michael Jordan said it, and I know he lived it, so it’s worth repeating: “The difference between who you ARE and who you WANT TO BE is the work you put in.” Read on.
Tim Kolodziej: Remember how we used to dream as children? Me neither
The mind. Where it goes, we follow. Always. Remember the old “don’t think about a pink elephant right now” test? Yep. I’m thinking about one right now, too. But here’s the powerful twist — the mind only goes where we take it. Always.
Tim Kolodziej: How will you remember me when I’m gone?
So, how do you want to be remembered? I mean, when it’s your time to leave this earth, how will those in the community reflect on your achievements? Will you be thought of as ...
Tim Kolodziej: As WPIAL playoffs arrive, take care of first things first
Now that the WPIAL basketball brackets are in place, our thoughts turn to who might become a hero for their district as their team marches toward the A.J. Palumbo Center. And who might not.
Tim Kolodziej: It’s time to be greedy — for the team, of course
“In life, so many teenagers quit their jobs or even quit school! Why, as a coach, are you surprised when they quit on you and your team? Lazy generation!” — Ganon Baker
Tim Kolodziej: Who am I? Your best friend — and your worst nightmare
I am your constant companion. I am your greatest helper or heaviest burden. I will push you upward or drag you down to failure. I am completely at your command.
Tim Kolodziej: Don’t miss the two best times to achieve athletic success
I’ve been blessed to teach the great game of basketball to hundreds of children through the years. I’ve probably seen hundreds of games, too. And I don’t believe I’ve ever watched or listened to one without encountering all the clichés about time.
Tim Kolodziej: What you see really is what you get
Man, this story hit me like a Mack truck. Twin boys were raised by an alcoholic father. One grew up to be an alcoholic and when asked what happened, he said, “I watched my father.”
Tim Kolodziej: Your life is a series of habits — and, yes, you can change them
Change. We all desperately desire it. And we’re all deathly afraid of it. Today, as many of us slodge through Week 2 of our New Year’s resolutions, I’d like to share a couple of ideas concerning change that may help you in your battle.
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