Sometimes you’ll be afraid. Sometimes you’ll think you’re out of your league. But you’ll keep showing up every day, putting in the work. You’ll put up more than 26,000 shots in your career. Almost six out of 10 won’t even go in. I told you this game was a sonofabitch. Don’t worry, though. A successful
A friend wrote me after reading my blog post yesterday: “Why the boycott of pro sports?” So, here’s what I wrote back to him: I was disappointed with how the other NFL owners have been treating Tom Brady. I was disappointed how teams were featuring soldiers, and it was later revealed that the U.S. armed forces
I started ignoring pro sports in January. I’m struck by how much time has freed up. As I blogged before, I decided not to watch the Super Bowl. I also decided not to renew my Red Sox season tickets, as I didn’t go once last season, and we ended up giving away nearly all of
Yes, indeed. Video below. Happy Friday, everyone.
I love football. But, I’m not going to watch the Super Bowl. As a kid, I was the one, who, on New Year’s Day, would watch all three Bowl games in a row, barely leaving the TV to eat. I remember being in my pajamas all day. As an adult now, I read a great
It’s time for the playoffs here in New England. They say football is a chess match and a mental game. I think the “Do Your Job” documentary shows just that. It’s very interesting to see how a coaching staff thinks about, and then executes, strategy. It’s pretty cool to hear the head coach, one of the