You don’t need a flashing billboard sign to point you in the right direction — NBA Executive Pat Williams has a list of things you can do right now to become a good leader and make a difference.
Have you pictured what winning looks like to you? Olympian Rowdy Gaines says he has his mind to thank as much as his body for all his swimming success, and he shares his tips for picturing the future and making it come true.
Do you find yourself paralyzed with fear, thinking about all the the bad things that might result from taking a risk? Olympic champion Dr. Dot Richardson has advice for what you can say to yourself to overcome the negative thoughts.
He’s studied people for years, and now, NBA Executive Pat Williams says he knows the one thing that all successful men and women do — set goals. Not just any goals, though. See what he says about writing your own future.
Ever feel like life is a series of waves — some taking you high, some knocking you down? Olympic champion Dr. Dot Richardson says there’s a trick to facing obstacles head on, and it’s all about riding the current.
Have you ever taken a moment to ask yourself what your priorities are? Not those of your kids, your parents or co-workers. Dr. Dot Richardson has a few easy to follow tips for changing your life and finding believers.
You know him as a huge swimming success — but did you know that Olympic champion Rowdy Gaines failed over and over and over again? He has advice for learning from the defeats and taking chances until you succeed.
Did you know that Olympian Rowdy Gaines suffered a rare disease that left him nearly totally paralyzed? He had to re-learn how to do everything from eat to walk, but he made it back in the pool. And his journey will inspire you.
Do you find yourself overwhelmed by reaching your goal destination, and forget to enjoy the ride? Olympic champion Rowdy Gaines has traveled the world but says the one thing that helped him was pausing to look around.
Growing Bolder contributor and author Pat Williams enjoyed a long friendship with the legendary coach John Wooden. Pat explains why he wanted to surprise the late coach for his 100th birthday with a book that details Wooden’s 7 guiding principles.