Are You Raising a Child or an Adult?

Shortly after I met NFL Rookie Craig Mager this past week, I learned he lost his mom when he was 15 years old. His little sister was sleeping next to her and couldn’t get her to wake her up one morning. She died of an accidental overdose from medicine prescribed to treat a severe headache. […]

The Myth of Practice

The Myth of Practice Guest post: by education specialist Micheal McArdle Many popular psychology books over the last few years have sold us a simple message about what it takes to be perfect at just about anything: practice. You may have heard or read about the “10,000 hour rule.” The idea being, if you spend […]

13 Lessons I Learned from My Dad

Dad emigrated from Poland after WWII when he was a boy. He learned English on his own and went to work when his own father left the family behind in America to return home. He got a job as a janitor at his high school to help his mother pay the rent, earned a football […]

In Honor of The NBA Finals…

Throw back Thursday in honor of the Golden Sate Warriors being in the NBA Finals.  Who knew there were so many soon to be successful basketball coaches at my wedding!  Warrior head coach Steve Kerr, Warriors Assistant Bruce Fraser and rising up the basketball ranks in Japan, The brand new Head Coach of the Mitsubishi Diamond […]