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Success Coach Shelia’s Near Fatal Accident…

http://FreeLifeCoaching.org Christian Success Coach Shelia’s Near Fatal Accident coming from Louisiana 12-23-09 the truck spent out of control, flipping 3 or 4 times…
God Saves He is with us always,

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What is a name for a business where coaches instruct baseball and softball players on how to hit properly?

My brother and I have a small location where we have 2 batting cages for individualized instruction for softball and baseball players. We are trying to come up with a clever name for the place. We would welcome any suggestions. Thanks!

Of course iw ill want creative property on this as this is an area that I would like to manage one day.
The answer is .

RBI, Real Batting Instruction.

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#89 Success Coaching and the Medal of Freedom – Boaz Power TV

____ http://boazpower.com ____(August 4, 2003)

The highest civilian award in the United States is the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Established by President Truman in 1945 to recognize service in the war, the medal was reintroduced in 1963 by President Kennedy as an honor for distinguished civilian service in peacetime.

The Medal of Freedom is awarded annually by the President of the United States to individuals selected by him or recommended to him by the Distinguished Civilian Service Awards Board. There were 11 recipients of the award in 2003. One of them is the subject of this column. He has become a symbol for success and leadership.

Born In Martinsville, Indiana on October 14, 1910, former UCLA basketball coach John Wooden was influenced greatly by his father. His dad said the following to John, Always try to be the very best that you can be. Learn from others, yes. But dont just try to be better than they are. You have no control over that. Instead, try, and try very hard, to be the best that you can be. That you have control over. Maybe youll be better than someone else and maybe you wont. That part of it will take care of itself.

When he was eight years old, Wooden first learned about basketball. That was in 1918, just 27 years after the invention of the game. Living on a farm as a child, he stuffed a pair of his mothers hose with rags and formed a ball. Young John would take shots at a tomato basket that his father had nailed to a wall in their barn. From this humble beginning, Wooden would later become a collegiate hero.

With his fathers philosophy as his foundation, John Wooden became a record-setting college basketball coach and an exceptional teacher. His UCLA Bruins won 10 National Championships in 12 years. He taught a unique measure of discipline, character, and work ethic.

According to Wooden, Success is peace of mind which is a direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming. His teachings were based on his Pyramid of Success 15 personal attributes that build on each other.

Woodens Pyramid had five important concepts as its foundation: Industriousness, friendship, loyalty, cooperation and enthusiasm. Moving up the Pyramid, there were the following traits: Self-control, alertness, initiative, intentness, condition, skill, team spirit, poise and confidence. At the top of his Pyramid, when all the other traits were in order, Wooden placed competitive greatness.

His leadership skills did indeed lead to competitive greatness in his life and for his teams. Before becoming the most successful coach in college basketball history, Wooden was a very successful player. He had an All-State career at Martinsville High School. At Purdue University, he was called the Indiana Rubber Man for his suicidal dives on the court.

In 1932 Wooden was named College Player of the Year as Purdue won the national championship. He enjoyed a brief but successful semi-pro career before turning his complete attention to coaching. He was a high school coach in South Bend, Indiana, before serving in the U.S. Navy as a lieutenant in World War II. Following the war, he was Indiana State Universitys athletic director, coaching both basketball and baseball teams.

Once at UCLA, Woodens basketball program gained a worldwide reputation for being rated number one so many times. Included in UCLAs 10 Championships in 12 years was one of the most amazing winning
Streaks in sports, 38 straight NCAA tournament victories. His teams had four perfect 30-0 seasons, 88 consecutive victories, and 20 PAC 10 championships.

Wooden dedicated his life to basketball and was voted Coach of the Year six times. His perseverance and endurance were legendary. He is one of only two people enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame as both a player and a coach. When he retired from basketball coaching in 1975, his teams had won 885 games, and had only 203 losses, over a 40 year span. He coached numerous players who became stars in the NBA.

John Woodens definition of success, as noted earlier, is so simple and yet so powerful: Success is peace of mind that is the direct result of self-satisfaction in knowing you did your best to become the best that you are capable of becoming.

He further stated, The real contest, of course, is striving to reach your personal best, and that is totally under your control. When you have achieved that, you have achieved success. Period! You are a winner and only you fully know if you won.

What a profound lesson in life and in personal success. Lets focus on John Woodens excellent thoughts and see if we can score a few extra points in our own game of life.

A Daily Championship Affirmation

I always strive to reach my personal best. I am a winner.

-Boaz@BoazPower.com

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Good Help is Hard to Find

Does it seem like it’s becoming more and more difficult to find good help? Young men and women, entering the workforce today, don’t seem to be as motivated as the previous generation of workers. When taking a new job, this new workforce doesn’t seem to be very appreciative of the opportunity they’ve been given. They show up late for work, treat customers with indifference, and will gladly spend the whole day yakking, if you let them. They seem to lack enthusiasm for anything, except the end of the workday. Does this sound like an accurate description of the situation?

I’ve heard many complaints like these from senior managers and business owners who are convinced that “good help” is hard to find. The search is on for good employees who can help businesses and organizations increase productivity, efficiency, customer satisfaction, and most importantly, profits. So imperative is the need for “good help” that American businesses are locked in bitter competition with each other to find it, and the practice of Head-hunting (stealing employees) has become the rule rather than the exception. Have you ever recruited an employee from your competition?

If so, how did that work out for you? Did you find the “good help” you were looking for? Or were you ultimately disappointed when you discovered your new recruit was no better than all the others? Maybe you found the “good help” you wanted, only to have a competitor steal it away. Maybe you’ve gone so long without finding “good help”, you’ve started doubting that it’s possible to find. Or maybe you’ve decided that “good help” doesn’t even exist, and you’ve stopped looking altogether.

Well, I have some good news. “Good help” does exist! If you’re having trouble finding it, it’s because “good help” isn’t something you find; it’s something you develop. That’s right! Inside every employee in your organization there is a fantastic employee just dying to get out! It’s the job of leadership to inspire people and bring out their best. By shifting your focus from recruitment to development you can have all the “good help” you want.

You might be thinking, “…but I already have an employee development program.” Most companies do, but training alone isn’t enough. We are living in a time when most workers have experienced the negative effects of corruption and greed that seem to permeate the American corporate culture. At one time or another, American workers have or will face the terrifying reality of corporate restructuring, downsizing, outsourcing or scandal and bankruptcy that threaten their financial security. At the same time, workers are witnessing corporate profits soar.

With the current corporate culture in America, is it any wonder why young workers won’t “buy in” to the company plan? Why should they break their backs for companies that will “kick them to the curb” for the sake of higher profits? Why should they care about the company’s customers?

With the current corporate culture, is it any wonder that workers are guarded and suspicious of promises made by companies about career opportunity and retirement plans? Given what they’ve experienced, is it any wonder why workers only give a halfhearted effort when performing their duties? Is it any wonder they don’t trust anything the boss has to say?

Before you can successfully develop your workforce the issue of corporate corruption and greed must be addressed and resolved within your own organization. As long as your company places profits above workers needs, your workers will place their own needs above company profits. However, as soon as your company begins to look out for workers’ interests, your workers will begin to conduct themselves in a manner that serves the best interests of your company. Companies that do not resolve this issue will continue to spend a lot of time and money developing “good help” for their competitors.

In order to bring out the best in people, to tap into the well of “good help” within your current employees, the following must occur. Start by acknowledging the need for leadership in your organization. The top person in the company must come together with senior management and collectively, implement these three steps:

1. Set the course by creating a vision for the company that offers something for everyone in the organization, and provides for the long-term security of your workers. Then clearly identify the company’s mission; one that supports the realization of the vision.

2. Accept the primary responsibility of leadership, to take charge, to be responsible for the success or failure of all outcomes and demonstrate genuine concern for the success of the workforce. Understanding the difference between management and leadership is the key. Management is focused on the completion of tasks, while leadership is focused on the accomplishment of the mission. Management develops processes, while leadership develops people.

3. Get busy developing the kind of quality employees you’re looking for by inspiring and motivating your workers through, teaching, training, mentoring and coaching. Make this a part of your every day culture and it will pay huge dividends.

That’s all there is to it! It really is that simple! If you can’t find “good help” then stop looking and start developing. With the proper focus you can get the kind of results you’re looking for. It doesn’t cost a lot of money. It doesn’t take a new degree. All it takes is a decision. Your decision!

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George J. Morse
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Database Study From Home Explained

All of us are short of time, and inevitably should we have cause to learn a new profession, studying in addition to a 40 hour week is what we have to do. Microsoft certified training could be the answer.
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