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Tim Kolodziej: Four lessons we can all learn from one man’s hoop dream
Rock. Chalk. Jayhawk. Just three words that hold little meaning or significance for most people. But maybe, just maybe, that chant uttered at University of Kansas basketball games carries the three most beautiful words in the English language to any fan of the school’s hoop squad. At least they are for Josh Swade.
Tim Kolodziej: Are you in your comfort zone? Good, now get out!
You can be comfortable. Or you can be outstanding. But you can’t be both. It’s time to get moving, people. Get off the couch. Get off your pedestal. Get into the game and start gettin’ your hands dirty. In other words, get comfortable with being uncomfortable.
Tim Kolodziej: Believe it or not, you’re equipped to handle anything
OK, I’m writing to the choir today. You know who you are. Believers, like me, who don’t always believe what they read. Can I get a show of hands? How many of you have been afraid this week? Worried? Angry? Resentful? Prideful? Me too.
Tim Kolodziej: This presidential election is keeping me up at night
What would happen if entertainers and sports figures suddenly began to go in a different direction to promote their work? You just might have candidates in a race to the bottom.
Tim Kolodziej: Three words to help you become your best
In his latest blog, Tim Kolodziej writes that he's been around hundreds of athletes and other successful people through the years, and all of their accomplishments can be found under three key words.
Tim Kolodziej: First Follower, not the leader, is the real change agent
Leadership is overrated. There, I said it. I know, I know. I’m the guy who studies leadership and writes about it as often, if not more, than any other topic. But I’m changing my mind.
Tim Kolodziej: It isn’t my story, but it’s my life
I am disappointed with myself. I am not disappointed so much with particular things I have done as with aspects of who I have become. I have a nagging sense that all is not as it should be.
Tim Kolodziej: 8 leadership lessons I learned while cutting the grass
So, I’m cutting the grass the other day. Not one of my favorite things to do, but I kind of like it for the workout it provides. Since my mower’s self-propel function is broken, it feels like I’m pushing a blocking sled around the yard for three hours. Better still, it’s three hours that my mind can wander, usually without interruption.
Tim Kolodziej: Why changing your outlook can change the direction of your life
Starting today, fight hard not to get frustrated by your present circumstances. I know, I know. Waaaaaaay easier said than done. But we have to remember, our circumstances will never determine where we END UP — unless we allow them to.
Tim Kolodziej: You can choose to read this blog — or not
What you do today is what you will choose to do. It’s what you consider to be a priority. It’s what you desire. You are not born a winner. You are not born a loser. You are born a chooser.
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