Pat Summitt’s Strategy Centers on Goal-Setting
Eight times Pat Summitt’s University of Tennessee women’s basketball team has ended the season by lifting high the national championship trophy. Not once was that her team’s goal.
Before each of the 34 seasons that Summitt has been a head coach of some of the most accomplished teams of all time, she and her captains have committed a set of goals to writing.
Warrick Dunn's tribute to his mom makes the American Dream a reality for needy families.
Thanksgiving night, 2007. In a nationally televised game, Warrick Dunn, the diminutive running back then playing for the Atlanta Falcons, took a quick handoff early in the second quarter and plunged his 5-foot-9-inch, 180-pound frame into a mass of 300-pound linemen. On the other end of the run, he found history.
- Inner Fire...
- The truly great use adversity as fuel.
Nearly a year ago, this newsletter covered the story of NFL great Warrick Dunn. Response then to Warrick's amazing story was extraordinary, leading me to want to share another characteristic that Warrick embodies, especially since his autobiography - which recreates his journey to Greatness - was released Tuesday by Harper Collins. Warrick was also just featured on The Today Show.
On Thanksgiving night 2007, the crowd in Atlanta's Georgia Dome roared with praise. With a short burst through the line of scrimmage, Warrick Dunn became the 22nd running back in NFL history to rush for 10,000 yards.