This Is What Effective Leadership Looks Like, Part 2

I was prepping for my summer classes today, and one of the topics I will be teaching about is the importance of organizational culture. I try to bring in real-life examples as best I can, and while searching on Google I came across an article about Mark Cuban, one of the sharks on Shark Tank … Continue reading This Is What Effective Leadership Looks Like, Part 2

My Phone and I Are Lost Without the World of Sports…

A few days ago I did some organizing on my cell phone, trying to reduce both the number of apps I have as well as consolidate similar apps into groups to cut down on the number of screens I have. I was able to go from six screens to two, and I only left a … Continue reading My Phone and I Are Lost Without the World of Sports…

If a Sports Game Were Played, and There Were No Fans There to See It, Did It Really Happen?

A recent Wall Street Journal article looked at the impact the coronavirus is having on the world of sports. As more American sports leagues prepare for the possibility of games without fans, which has become reality¬†across Europe and Asia¬†over the past month, there is one basketball player who says that sort of disruption would be … Continue reading If a Sports Game Were Played, and There Were No Fans There to See It, Did It Really Happen?

Foul: The Connie Hawkins Story by David Wolfe

About a week ago I wrote about my early attempts at blogging. My first venture into blogging involved creating a web site, sportsographies.blogspot.com, which would entail writing book reviews of sports-related biographies, autobiographies, and memoirs. The venture only lasted about two months and included just five book reviews. Since I want to get all of … Continue reading Foul: The Connie Hawkins Story by David Wolfe