A lesson for a coach
One of my favorite stories in my new book took on surprising relevance recently. First here's the story:
Ali, aged 14, looked like Li’l Orphan Annie. Short, with a head full of curly red hair and freckles, she was refereeing a game of 12-year-old players. One of the coaches, a large middle-aged man, was persistently and angrily yelling from the sidelines about the calls she was making.
She calmly walked over to the coach, looked up at him and said, “Don’t you think you are taking this a bit too seriously?” ...
See the whole story here, from Paul Levy at Not Running A Hospital.
Kicking Back Comments: A great read, and a worthy lesson for us all.