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Margaret Thatcher, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1979-1990, once said, "90% of our worries never happen."  Those are some wise words from the politician nicknamed the Iron Lady.
When UConn Women's basketball coach Geno Auriemma recruits, he's looking for enthusiastic kids.  Enthusiasm is also a part of the CRUSADER mindset that I use with the athletic program at Faith Lutheran HS.  Check out my newest infographic to learn why enthusiasm is so important, as well as how you can develop it.
Eliud Kipchoge has dominated men's marathon for the past 18 years.  Between winning gold at the Rio and Tokyo Olympics, setting the world record, and breaking the two hour mark in the Ineos Challenge, he's done it all.  Despite his rock-star status in running, he leads a simple life and follows simple methods. "Small habits are what make me successful. I’m sticking to where I started, and I’m confident I’ll end my career here.” You'll want to read more about this legendary runner.
I'm a big fan of acronyms. They're memorable and highly effective. In my last newsletter, I highlighted the STOP method. This week, I'm sharing my favorite acronym of all - WIN - What's Important Now. The beauty of WIN is that it can be used everywhere. It drives focus to the present and promotes a process-oriented approach. When we focus on the win, we're less likely to achieve it. When we focus on WIN, we also become more likely to earn the win.
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