A baseball catcher is the closest position to a manager in sports. In this article, I look at how the greatest catchers coach their pitchers to the next level.
This is the story of my friends who became overnight millionaires and gave it all back.
Andy Dufresne crawled to freedom through five hundred yards of shit-smelling foulness I can’t even imagine, or maybe I just don’t want to. Five hundred yards, that’s the length of
A great dread fell on him, as if he was awaiting the pronouncement of some doom that he had long foreseen and vainly hoped might after all never be spoken.
"I'm getting on the jumbotron tonight." It's good to have a goal, and this was mine on June 11, 1998. I was a broke college intern who scored Stanley Cup tickets
We recall our mentors with an abundance of positive memories. We associate achievement with their guidance, direction and attention. Whether they were teachers, coaches or managers, they cared enough to invest
Sports fans can relate to the sweet joy of watching another team fail. This sensation is all too prevalent in your career as well.
Managers intuitively believe that more feedback is the key to helping a struggling employee. In many cases, it serves only in making the situation worse. This article focuses on a better approach.