Michael Jordan’s Last Dance

The Last Dance is a miniseries from a film crew that had an all-access pass to the Chicago Bulls (thus, Michael Jordan) during the 97-98 NBA season.

In the series, you start to get an idea of just how many coaches Michael had. It was a lot.

That’s normal for the best of the best.

Peyton Manning had a football coach, quarterback coach, throwing coach, fitness coach, and on.

It’s interesting that the top performers in sports, business, fitness, and finance, all utilize coaches. Yet, the people at the bottom who want to move up seem to think they don’t need one.

I don’t think Michael wanted coaches. I think he wanted feedback.

We can’t see what we can’t see. We haven’t been where a coach has. We don’t want to do what it takes, we want to do what we want to do and hope that turns out to be what it takes.


Seatbelt, or Never Be The Same

My dad never wore his seatbelt when he drove. Neither did I. Until the day I was in a tragic car wreck. I lost my

Me Lucky Charms

My accomplishments haven’t brought me lasting happiness. But the friends, memories, screw-ups, and adventures along the way have. Some common goals we have on repeat

Use Social, Don’t Let it Use You.

Human beings need boundaries. We build fences to keep our dogs from running into the street. We put walls in the median to prevent collisions


Talk with a coach about your goals. Get the plan to achieve them.


Take the first step towards getting the results you want!