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Tim Kolodziej: You know, this isn't my day — and it's not yours either
“This isn’t my day.” I’m going to step out on a limb and guess you’ve heard that statement before. You may have even uttered it a time or two yourself. Maybe just this morning.
Tim Kolodziej: Just one word is keeping me — and probably you — from excellence
We all need to take a good, hard, scary look at exactly what it is we’ve been created to do. The thing that makes our heart race and brings a smile to our face. The thing that not only YOU can’t live without — but neither can WE when you are doing it.
Tim Kolodziej: Yes, I do have a ‘nice team’ — and I'm OK with that
“You have a nice team, Coach.” I used to HATE hearing that while shaking our opponents’ hands following a game.
You may as well question my manhood. Or insult my mama. Or try to take my lunch money. Them’s fightin’ words, you know.
Tim Kolodziej: Horror, and plenty of heroes, at the finish line
Man, do I miss running. All the miles. All the smiles. Even the personal time trials. There’s nothing like lacing up the kicks, cranking up the music and losing yourself, stride by glorious stride, for the next hour or so.
Tim Kolodziej: Some lessons we can learn from the Final Four
So, what’s your excuse? I mean, what do you tell people when they ask why you’re still stuck in the same (fill in the blank)? Enough, already. You’re busted.
Tim Kolodziej: Now THIS is why I coach!
I don’t normally ask this of you, but I have a favor. Please watch the video I've attached before you read my blog today. Mere words can’t begin to describe what you’ll see, so it’s better to sit back and allow the visuals to invade your senses.
Tim Kolodziej: As Easter nears, I must ask: why me?
Why me, Lord?Why? What did you expect me to do? Who, exactly, did you expect me to be? How, exactly, did you expect me to act? How did you expect me to have the strength to deal with THAT?
Tim Kolodziej: We were watching, 'Canes, and we’re so glad we did
To all the moms and dads who lugged their kids to all the games, through all the snow and sleet and road construction, be heartened: The lessons your children learned by watching New Castle play are priceless.
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.
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