March Madness is upon us and people are getting ready to fill out those pesky brackets. We love this time of year because of the drama and possibilities that exist when Davids meet Goliaths. Will this finally be the year that a 16-seed defeats a 1-seed? Who will make it to the Final Four? What team will become the Cinderella story of the story? Who will be cutting down the nets when “One Shining Moment” is playing on CBS? Who will be the underdogs you will be rooting for?
“What are you doing? There are cars coming”, said my mother.“Don’t worry mom”, I replied confidently. “Pedestrians have the right of way”.“Yeah and you’ll be DEAD RIGHT”, she retorted.
“In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately your own responsibility.” –Eleanor Roosevelt
The decisions we make today goes a long way toward determining our future. Our choices lead to actions and actions lead to consequences. Sometimes good. Sometimes bad.
Craig Jackson, the Umpqua Community College athletic director, introduced motivational speaker Jamy Bechler as probably the only John Maxwell leadership coach to ever speak in Douglas County.
Bechler came to Oregon and spoke at Sutherlin High School and Umpqua CC students and coaches on February 23-24.
Bechler is a certified John Maxwell Leadership coach that travels the country working with businesses and teams to maximize potential and develop leadership skills. John Maxwell, author of more than 100 books, is widely considered the top leadership expert in the world.
Motivational speaker Jamy Bechler traveled in late February from his Atlanta headquarters to spend the day with student-athletes and coaches at George Fox University in Oregon.
He is a John Maxwell Leadership Team Member. John Maxwell, who has written more than 100 books, is generally considered the top leadership expert in the world.