Monthly Archives: November, 2017

Practice Makes Consistency

Practice Makes Consistency by Stephen Hudak As children we’ve been told that “practice makes perfect”.  It does not.  What practice does is make for consistency.  With focused, purposeful practice, sometimes, things are perfect – most times they are not.  This summer, Anthony Rendon, third baseman for the Washington Nationals had one of those rare near-perfect …

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Grow

Grow by Stephen Hudak I was looking over some old notes and came across a list that went from “Dire” to “Awe-inspiring”.  I cannot remember where this came from but I was reading a lot of Maria Konokova, Susan Cain, and Joe Calloway, so I suspect it was from one of them (to which I …

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Prepare

Prepare Like Ted Williams – for Presentations and Life by Stephen Hudak Former Boston Red Sox star Ted Williams gained a reputation for coming through “in the clutch”, when his team most needed a hit, an RBI, a base runner.  A reporter once asked Williams how he was able to do this time and again.  …

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Reflecting…

Reflecting on Reflection in Training by Stephen Hudak Everyone needs some time to reflect on new information.  Time to think about it.  Time to process it. Time to make it their own.  Sometimes in training sessions we are too caught up in making certain we cover ALL the information that we fail to build this …

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