Posts in "Leadership"

Winning Culture

Winning Culture

The picture below is a throwback to (2012?) USA Hockey Women’s National Team Camp in Blaine, MN. Great memories working with this group alongside @michael_boyle1959, @anthonydonskov, and @smcstrength. Yesterday I shared a quote from the @hph_podcast discussing how testing can be used to both drive and assess a groups commitment and culture. You can check… Read more

Curiosity, Humility, and Success

Curiosity, Humility, and Success

Great quote from my friend @dmcconnell29 in an interview he did with @fergus.connelly for the @teamsportmasterclass. The most successful people I know in the performance and rehab fields have continued to learn, grow, and evolve throughout their career. They recognize there’s always more to learn, have the curiosity to pursue new information, and the humility… Read more

Embrace the Monotony

Embrace the Monotony

The athletes that SUSTAIN success commit themselves to doing the little things right, consistently. They warm-up with intent before practice. They train regularly in-season. They hydrate, eat, and sleep with purpose, with a performance mindset. Often times, these acts are monotonous. They’re repeated on a daily basis for months in a row. The best athletes do them… Read more

3 Proven Strategies to Get Athlete Buy-In

3 Proven Strategies to Get Athlete Buy-In

Throughout my career, I’ve had an opportunity to observe and work alongside a lot of great coaches. One of the many reasons I feel so fortunate to have an opportunity to work with USA Hockey’s Women’s National Team is that it was through this work that I was introduced to Sarah Cahill. As with athletes,… Read more

Start With Why

Start With Why

Several months back I listened to Simon Sinek’s book “Start With Why,” a book I really enjoyed for both the education and the inspiration. As a result, I asked each member of the Endeavor staff to share why they pursued a career in training, and what motivates them to continue getting better. This series helps… Read more