HOW TO TRULY MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF OTHERS

Neal Pollard Bloomberg Businessweek's Ira Boudway wrote a fascinating article about the perennially successful head basketball coach of the San Antonio Spurs. He called the piece, "The Five Pillars of Popovich." Gregg Popovich, who has led the Texas team to five NBA championships in a little over 20 years, is the epitome of steady in … Continue reading HOW TO TRULY MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF OTHERS

Temper And Tongue

Neal Pollard Without wading into the waters of political correctness or questioning motives, Donald Sterling can blame his temper as much as his girlfriend's surreptitious audio recording.  He joins an infinitely long line of those whose unrestrained anger has cost them much more than they anticipated.  While most people will not pay the earthly price … Continue reading Temper And Tongue

An Aggressive Agenda

Neal Pollard They use every opportunity to make it a part of the conversation.  It is as if they have a one-track mind.  However they can promote their cause, they do.  They will not quit until they convince you that what they believe is right and that you should accept it, too.  They are bold … Continue reading An Aggressive Agenda

DENNIS RODMAN AND FORGING FRUITFUL FELLOWSHIP

Neal Pollard The latest twist in the latest Dennis Rodman saga, being admitted to rehab, may help explain what led to his state of mind in his recently-completed "diplomacy trip" to North Korea.  Except for his most ardent supporters, people were left scratching their heads over his extremely friendly overtures and fawning over a regime … Continue reading DENNIS RODMAN AND FORGING FRUITFUL FELLOWSHIP