There are many things that you need to do if you want to excel in basketball, any sport, or life. Here are two key factors that will make a big difference for you.
In this episode of The Jeff & Heidi Show we hear Spencer Holt talk about his entrepreneurial and professional journey. Currently, Spencer is the Head of Commercial Learning Innovation Centre at AstraZeneca, previous positions include, Global Director for Leader & Enterprise Development, Global Director Commercial Academy, different sales leadership roles, and as a sales representative.Continue reading “Episode 023 – The Jeff & Heidi Show Podcast with Spencer Holt”
“No matter what had happened the night before – good game, bad game, soreness, fatigue – he was up working out every morning while most of the other guys slept.” That was Tim S. Grover talking about Michael Jordan, in his book Relentless. He continued, “Kobe is the same; he’s insatiable in his desire to work.Continue reading “The Mamba Mentality”
“Leaders have to learn to live with instability.” – Coach K.
This Success Strategies video is a clip taken from the November 20, 2019 Inner Circle Mastermind Call. To find our more about the Inner Circle Mastermind, you can visit http://bit.ly/MastermindSpecialOffer Transcript of Video: But I also want to talk a little bit about the confidence factor. Belief and certainty is basically to me, what confidenceContinue reading “Success Strategies: Creating Confidence”
“Never forget a defeat. Defeat can be the key to victory.” – Coach K.
“To stay successful, you have to stay hungry. Don’t cheat yourself with complacency.” – Coach K.
“Hunger not for success, but for excellence. And don’t let anyone else define excellence for you.” – Coach K.
“A leader’s job is to create opportunities. A leader has to find a way to win.” – Coach K.
How do you perform under pressure? How do you perform under emotional pressure? When something goes wrong, you’ve failed, how do you react? As a basketball coach I have to admit that I have had experiences when things were not going right and things got emotional, and I didn’t respond in the best way. IfContinue reading “The Greatest Teacher”
“Luck favors teams who trust one another.” Coach K.
“Courage and confidence are what decision-making is all about” – Coach K.
“A leader has to be positive about all things that happen to his team. Look at nothing in the past as failure.” – Coach K.
“Don’t worry about losing. Think about winning.” – Coach K.
“A little negative thing must be dealt with immediately – before it becomes a big negative thing.” – Coach K.
Another season of basketball has gone by in a flash. My son, Daxon, played for American Leadership Academy in Queen Creek, Arizona. He had a good season and grew as a player. I’m looking forward to watching him develop more over the coming years. His dedication and work ethic are going to open up opportunities.Continue reading “Daxon Heggie 2018/19 Sophomore Basketball Highlights”
Two are better than one if two act as one. And if you believe that two acting as one are better than one, just imagine what an entire team acting as one can do. Coach K.
“Leaders aren’t the only people who can think of innovative things. Good ideas can come from anywhere and everywhere. And often, they may come from the people you least expect to have them.” – Coach K.
“There are five fundamental qualities that make every team great: communication, trust, collective responsibility, caring, and pride. I like to think of each as a separate finder on the fist. Any one individually is important. But all of them together are unbeatable.” – Coach K.
Don’t look for the big, quick improvement. Seek the small improvement one day at a time. That’s the only way it happens — and when it happens, it lasts. The importance of reputation until automaticity cannot be overstated. John Wooden