After a “Life Changing Event”, getting back to the boat is up to you.
I always knew that I would write, I just had no idea how personal my first book, "6 Minutes Wrestling with Life", would be to me.
I love to inspire, motivate and show a different approach to dealing with or solving life's problems through my writing.
As a former athlete and current coach, I believe that in sports there are valuable life lessons that can have a tremendous impact on a young athletes life.
I pull these life lessons out from my own experiences in sport.
Hopefully I have touched you through my writing and have stirred your emotions enough to live life more fully.
Some of the best hugs I have ever witnessed have taken place on a wrestling mat.
In recognition of National Hug Day here are the 2011 NYS Celebration hugs.
To have more will than there are sands in your hour glass.
That is the formula.
You can only hope your opponent makes practice only about losing weight.
Gratitude and comparison can’t occupy the same space in your mind. (READ MORE)
By having side by side high school and college matches, with both Section 8 & XI participating, LIU Post was able to create something that was more valuable than the sum of its parts.
It turned a match, into an event.
So, the next time you catch yourself saying,
“I just can’t figure him out,”
Realize that your son is trying to ‘figure it out’.
Trust in the process. (READ MORE)
A coach’s job is to transform frustration into passion.
But then Mold.
Every man, every woman, carries in heart and mind the image of the ideal place, the right place, the one true home.(READ MORE)
I attest, the way that you defeat America, is by making us all a little less American.(READ MORE)