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When you got it all figured out

When you got it all figured out

One who refuses to seek the advice of others will eventually be led to a path of ruin. A mentor helps you to perceive your own weaknesses and confront them with courage. The bond between mentor and protege enables us to stay true to our chosen path until the very end.

5 Leadership Lessons from the Man that Created Nike

5 Leadership Lessons from the Man that Created Nike

Phil Knight borrowed $50 from his dad to start a small shoe company that would sell shoes to his kind of people, runners. After years of ups and downs, getting sued, and unable to generate profit, Phil Knight turned his small family run company into an empire. Here are 5 leadership lessons from his journey. 

How Leaders are Developed on a High School Track Team

How Leaders are Developed on a High School Track Team

A Coach is a very honorable and valuable position in someone’s life. Influence is not a seasonal thing, rather over a life time. Trabuco Track cares about developing Future Leaders. This is how we do it! 

5 Leadership Lessons of Bill Belichick

5 Leadership Lessons of Bill Belichick

Bill Belichick, who now has more Super Bowl wins as a head coach than anyone ever, is a different type of leader. He doesn't have a book of quotes on wisdom or a pyramid of success, he is not on social media, he is not personable with the press and even dresses questionable for the occasion. Yet, you can not deny he is successful in his endeavors. How and why?

A Better Way to Explain Malice

A Better Way to Explain Malice

As a leader (or aspiring to be one) people will come to you and voice their malice. They are upset. However, maybe they really aren't upset with you. Here is a checklist and how to practice empathy with those that need it the most. 

How to Communicate with the Next Generation

How to Communicate with the Next Generation

"Young people" today rely on technology too much and we have lost the "art of communicating with one another face to face." This is WRONG. Here are 4 ways to communicate and lead this next gneration of leaders.