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THOUGHTS FROM COACH CORRIGAN
As we are in the midst of Holy Week. I would like to encourage you to try to look through the perspective Jesus potentially had this week. I am believe that Jesus did not die a horrible death on that cross so that we could live an ordinary life. Rather, an extraordinary life filled with purpose. Go with a new purpose and perspective this week.
Merry Christmas from The Corrigan's
Hope you have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Take this time to enjoy family, friends and more importantly Jesus!!! Blessings to you and yours.
The Best Man I Know
On February 9th 2012 my Dad would have been 68. That days blog will consist of lessons I learned from my my best friend and mentor. He had unique adversity that he overcame to become the man he was!!! I am so thankful and honored to call him my Dad. I hope you enjoy!!!
The ABC's of Winning
Next week I am going to talk about the ABC's of winning. This is a concept my Dad would talk about. Monday 2/6/12- I will talk about Attitude Tuesday 2/7/12- I will talk about Belief and Wednesday 2/8/12- I will talk about Commitment. Hopefully, you are enjoying some of my thoughts on life and leadership.
Your ability as a Leader is only as good as your availability to serve!!
Many leaders believe that they should always be served rather than serving. This concept of serving not always the norm for many people that lead. As a leader you gain great respect by showing you are willing to do diverse things. This in the future will help the people you lead to go above and beyond to help achieve maximum success for your organization. In addition to that delegation because a lot easier.
Past News on Coach Corrigan
God has great plans in store for his people. I am so thankful for the people that surround me. I have an amazing wife and family that supports me in everything I do. Whenever I am stressed, I know that it is all going to be ok no matter the issues. My favorite Bible Verse is Matthew 19:26, "With man everything is impossible, but with God all things are possible." When you struggle know that we serve a big God that is in control of our outcomes.