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Study links “heading’ of soccer ball to brain damage
June 30 – A new study links frequent ‘heading’ of the ball in soccer to brain damage. Research published in the journal Radiology, says players who head the ball frequently are more likely to suffer brain damage and memory loss than players who focus more on their feet.
Top 5 Richest Football Club Owners In The World
In this Top Money, TRACE Sports looks at the richest owners and shareholders of football clubs:.
5. Roman Abramovich – Chelsea FC – $10.2 Billion
4. François Pinault – Stade Rennais FC – $15 Billion
3. Rinat Akhmetov – Shakhtar Donetsk – $15.4 Billion
2. Alisher Usmanov – Arsenal FC – $17.6 Billion
1. Amancio Ortega – Deportivo La Coruna – $57 Billion
Fitness for Leadership — Greg Amundson
Attendees discovered how the power of our thoughts and words can make the difference in our ability to lead, educate and inspire others. In this session, we will talk about how to use your body to influence your mind, “feed your dog of courage,” breathe for power, and believe unconditionally in yourself and the ability of others.
Sean Hutchison: Global Challenges & Social Innovations
Sean Hutchison, former U.S. Olympic coach and the inventor of IKKOS: a patented, brain-based movement learning system.
Top 10 Richest Athletes in 2012
Forbes.com recently released the richest athletes in the world. David Brickley discusses who made the Top 10 on STNTV.
A bad attitude is like a flat tire. You can’t go anywhere until you change it.
Today’s quote is from the amazing Michael Jordan, the greatest basketball player of all time.
Jordan made the profound statement:
“You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them.”
That’s important insight into the value of expectancy.
As a differentiating value, expectancy means anticipating with confidence of fulfillment; or a belief centered on the future.
Jordan didn’t become so great by accident or luck. He believed in a great future by anticipating it.
His confidence came first, and then his competence quickly followed.
Many people like to reference the statement “believe in yourself.” But Jordan’s statement brings greater clarity to this idea. His belief is centered on the future because he expects it. And he expects it from himself.
What about you? Do you have a dream? Do you have a desire to do something great or become the greatest in your field? If so, I encourage you to carefully study the value of expectancy. When you combine anticipation with confidence, and a willingness to challenge yourself, you might just become the Michael Jordan in your field.
Now, wouldn’t that be cool?