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Our family history runs deep
Leo Sanford a LA Tech alumni (All American Linebacker/Center) retired from 10 years in the NFL. 8 years with the Chicago Cardinals (All Pro in 1956, ’57) and 2 years with the World Champion Baltimore Colts. His teammates included Jonny Unitas, Raymond Berry, Lenny Moore and other NFL hall of famers.
Building a Culture of Trust
Building a culture of trust is imperative if we want our teams to reach their fullest potential. Excellence doesn’t happen by accident. Any sustainable success we achieve is directly related to the processes we conceive. Good processes are what drive good results, so...
Teaching Your Kids Empathy
Do you wish to make a positive difference in our world? It would be a dream come true to counter the anger and division that often surrounds us. As parents, there’s a way we can do it: by teaching empathy to kids. Teaching empathy to kids is as essential as teaching...
Five Ways Leaders Change Lives for the Better
Did you know that we’re in a global leadership crisis? That thought has popped in the news a lot lately. There have been breathless editorials from all angles about the decline of leadership in government, education, entertainment, religion, business, art, and the...
HOW TO LIVE THE GLORY DAYS NOW
Recognize the good – spend time recognizing the good things in your life. No matter how dire the situation you are in its always a good idea to recognize the things that going well.
Recognize the people – there are people in your life that make life fun. Friends, family, relatives, teammates etc… Its good to recognize the people that bring light and joy to your life. Tell them. Do their eulogy while they’re alive.
Recognize the struggle – life is not always easy but it is that struggle that makes you better.
Recognize the milestones – as a middle schooler or high schooler you have had milestones in your life. Just getting up and going to school for 12 years straight is a milestone. Along the way many of you have accomplished some great things. It’s important to recognize those things.
Recognize that the future is in the future – you know where the future is. It’s in the future. You’ll get there soon enough. No need to rush it. It will get here and you’ll be ready.