Initially, I appreciated and was grateful to have a 9-to-5 job. Highly motivated and determined to be in the top 1%. After a few years, major strides were made. Moving
It was March 2008. I had just finished conducting a personal, financial audit. To my dismay, I was $150,000 in debt. Things had gotten out of hand, as I was
Recreational basketball … like baseball, it’s the great American pastime. Kids get an opportunity to play, have fun, and experience competition. On the surface, you would think your kid would
Do you think being skilled makes up a great basketball player? Unfortunately, lots of parents and players use this as their sole criteria. The truth is this is wrong! After
You may or may not know, but I’m the head coach, junior varsity boys’ basketball team at Seaforth high school (Pittsboro, NC). We kept 12 players from a lot of 30.
When running your own basketball training academy, you must be very clear of your demographics. For me, I look for families meeting the following criterion: Married $75,000+ combined income $150,000+