Friday, January 19, 2018

Coming In The February 2018 Issue Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal

Here is some of what you will find in the February 2018 Issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal:
  • Leaders can learn from Mardi Gras
  • Leadership competences
  • Seventeen Inches by the late John Scolinos
  • Speak passionately without getting too emotional
  • Their thoughts—Morgan Wootten
  • Improve your self-talk
  • Snooze you win
  • Leadership and motivation
  • Rare chemistry
  • Philosophy from the masters
  • Eight kinds of culture
  • Unprofessional body language
  • Leadership under pressure
  • Relentless Optimism
  • And More!
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Dan, I love your newsletter. Thank you!!— Frank Martin, Head Coach University of South Carolina Men’s Basketball

Thanks Dan….we are processing our renewal…Always enjoy reading the journal… --Brian Ostermann, Kansas State Women’s Basketball

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--Nathan Minion, Director of Operations, Florida State Women’s Soccer

Your journal is exactly what I’ve been looking for. Terrific resource for all leaders!—Andrew Marotta, Principal Port Jervis High School, New York

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