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March Madness: Avoid Work Out Burn Out

In a recent USA Today article, Jim Haney, executive director of the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) said: “There’s probably no more intense time of the season than right now. We’re talking about a time period where there’s a … Continue reading

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Covington Mayor Mike Cooper says charges will be dropped against arrested referees Charges Dropped Against High School Officials Mayor Mike Cooper, Covington, La., announced Thursday that charges will be dropped against two arrested football referees, who were detained during a … Continue reading

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Set the Goal to Find the Joy and then Express It!

You know, joy is a funny thing. It is so hard to describe and separate from other emotions, even though, by definition, it seems so simple. Joy: “a feeling of great pleasure and happiness.” When I hear the word joy, … 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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Test Drive Your Next Career

Dorie Clark, author of Reinventing You: Define Your Brand, Imagine Your Future, when interviewed by Dave Kerpen, suggests you test-drive your path when considering reinventing yourself. In the professional world this may seem impossible. But I think back to more … Continue reading

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