Our Little Intervention Helper for Chapters 7-9
I’ve enjoyed this for two reasons, I think. First, I look at the book again. It’s something I don’t often do. Second, it allows me to look at the material with “new eyes,” I am looking for what others might simply miss.
The Red, Yellow and Green Light material, a standard way of explaining things in much of the military now, comes from a talk by Navy Captain Paul Hammer. His information is here.
Parkinson’s Law is a book we had on our shelves when I was growing up. Still a delightful read…and all TRUE. When I taught at Judge Memorial, I thought it was the way our administration was planning things. You can read a nice selection here.
The stress of that week I describe was worth it. This picture is of me and Lindsay after she won the state in the shot.
For more information about my old boss, Archbishop Niederauer, you can read more here. He remains the most well read man I have ever met.
I would recommend two articles to better understand the football section. This first one, here, is an amazing overview of modern football and, more important, how to implement anything.
I loved the Run and Shoot Offense. Loved it. More here. The Picture is of the “I” Formation…see if you can figure why it is called that…
Coach John Wooden is a legend. I learned a lot from just reading his insights. Find some here.
Coach Bill Walsh is a hero. His “coaching tree” is very impressive and impacts the NFL and college today.
I expanded on many of these points in these chapters in this blog post, one of my favorites to write…
Brian Oldfield remains a good friend of mine. His blog offers insights into all kinds of ideas to chew on. Find it here.