Category: attitude

  • 10 Ways to Win in Life

    10 Ways to Win in Life

    Today I am writing about the ways we can work on our physical, mental and spiritual self to win at life. Winning in life is not about playing a game all the time or the result of a score board. As a coach I have had my fair share of both sides of the score […]

  • Worthy Example of Leadership

    Worthy Example of Leadership

    Being a husband, father, teacher, coach, mentor and community leader in troubling times can be hard at times. In fact, it is hard to be these things consistently even in regular day to day activity and non-troubling times. We live in a new society that is plagued with issues that are destroying the framework of […]

  • Living By The Word

    Living By The Word

    Today in my morning reading, mediation and study I read about Living by the word of God. This is an incredibly hard thing to do as a human being made to use personal choice and decisions as a guide. I made the following notes as I was reading the information and trying to absorb it. […]

  • Faith- Foundation of Life

    Faith- Foundation of Life

    In the sermon on the mount, Jesus spoke about having humility, love and living a prayerful life.  He addressed the masses on how to live a full Christian life and what it took to meet that standard.  Let’s think about this for a minute.  The anointed one, God’s only son Jesus stood there and spoke […]

  • Decluttering Life 2022

    Decluttering Life 2022

    Today I am writing about ways you can declutter your life for the 2022 year moving forward. These are all simple, basic ideas that will allow you to take some of the things off your bucket list or honey do list for the guys. I have a long list of things to complete, declutter and […]

  • Romans 5:3-5: Are You A Quitter or Overcomer

    Romans 5:3-5: Are You A Quitter or Overcomer

    I am going on record to state that I began this blog to talk about faith, family and how God can enable us to live a better life.  I have been a Christian since my early teenage years and like many have strayed at times, got real close at times, been part time, went to […]

  • Spirit Chronicles- Standing Strong In Troubling Times

    Spirit Chronicles- Standing Strong In Troubling Times

    Times are challenging now.  We live in a world where sinful nature, practices and thoughts have taken hold like never before.  Standing strong in these times will not be easy and will come with challenges for sure.  You will be called names, labeled, and censored for your beliefs and thoughts.  Just know that the the […]

  • Life Lessons From Sports

    Life Lessons From Sports

    Playing some form of organized sports is like a right of passage for many of us.  I grew up in a large family where every boy played football.  All of my brothers, and boy cousins played football at some point in their life.  Most of my girl cousins played basketball and softball in school, but […]

  • What If?

    What If?

    What if is a small phrase with powerful meaning. It can be used in both a positive and negative tone and meaning. Lots of people, especially parents are “whatifers”. You may ask, what is a “whatifer” coach? I would tell you that my definition is the thought process of what may or may not happen […]

  • Uncle Ronnie (Ron Jon)

    Uncle Ronnie (Ron Jon)

    Today I went to the funeral service of my Uncle Ronnie. He lived a long life and recently lost his battle with sickness and moved on to glory with God. As the service unfolded and people began to witness about him it made me think about the kind of man he was. I heard people […]

  • Faith- Impossible Actually Spells I’m Possible

    Faith- Impossible Actually Spells I’m Possible

    Impossible Actually Spells I’m Possible Impossible is a word we have all heard at some point in our life. This is a very negative and non-supportive way for people to acknowledge your goals, dreams and visions. You will not, You cannot, You might not, That is crazy, What a stupid idea, What in the world […]

  • Losing My Hero, My Dad

    Losing My Hero, My Dad

    I was coaching at my old high school in 2009 and in the middle of the season I suddenly lost my dad. My dad was a 30 year retired police officer who also served over 30 years volunteering at the local high school as president, vice president and secretary of the boosters club.  My mom […]