Successfully Manage your team’s use of Welcome to the Big Leagues

Every team needs a manager. “So what does a manager do? One of the first lessons a manager must learn is that good managers don’t DO anything. A manager’s role

A whole season of ideas for Welcome to the Big Leagues

The main thing that bothered Darrel about being a Utility Player was not getting many at bats.  More at bats improve each at bat becasue the skills improve.  Same here. 

The Cost of Heroism

“Being a Christian is less about cautiously avoiding sin than about courageously and actively doing God’s will.” During the month of heroes I challenge myself to pay closer attention to

Character qualities of a hero

February is Black History month.  On the Welcome to the Big Leagues blog it is also a month of Heroes–heroes and what it takes to be a hero.  Heroes are

Our Greatest Fear

Fear of failure may not be our greatest competition.  Fear of success seems ridiculous but it is real.  This quote from Marianne Williamson from her book,  A Return to Love:

Change Your World

“A small body of determined spirits fired by an unquenchable faith in the mission can alter the course of history.” Mahatma Gandhi The odds are not good. There are more of

For Such a Time As This

“History will be kind to me for I intend to write it.”–Winston Churchill. Most of the time I feel like I am caught in the flow of current trends and

How to Have a Merry Christmas!

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Merry Christmas!! But if it is not very merry for you I pray you experience comfort and strength from the Very One who came that first Christmas.  He came into

A Place in History

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Darrel played in three World Series.  One of them was arguably, the best and most memorable of them all.  An historic world series–it revived baseball.  Darrel had a place in

Light in the Darkness

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The last few blogs have dealt with difficult and confusing circumstances in Christmas and life.  But these are merely props to the greater story.  Sometimes in spite of the drama