Tag Archives: Officiating

Teachers Will Be Judged More Strictly

So many times I find random parallels across the various jobs I have had in my career. Two great entrepreneurs, who have also been my bosses, have this way with carrying principles and situational learnings from one industry to the … Continue reading

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It Takes Money to Make Money

You may recall a few months ago when I explained my goal of taking control of my financial future for my businesses and my life. As the second post in my series about money, I want to share a little … Continue reading

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You Never Know Who Is Watching

This summer I was at officiating camp, working my second game of the day.  During a full time-out, I was standing midway up the lane line. According to our CCA Manual, that’s not where I should have been standing, and … Continue reading

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Contracts

Did you receive all the conference contracts you expected to receive?  If you have a success story I would love to hear it! 

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Perception is Reality

As a continuance to my last blog post, I want to reflect on one of the seven tips outlined by Dorie Clark, author of Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future when she was interviewed by Dave Kerpen, CEO, … Continue reading

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