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Why Mentorship Matters: Ronald Fowlkes on His Role as a Sports Mentor

April 23, 2018 - By 

When one has been a Marine on the front lines, and a leader of a SWAT team in one of the largest cities in the US, how does one relax? How does one unwind, and decompress? Is it possible to continue to give even more than one has already given? For those who have amassed extensive leadership skills within such high-stress environments, these skills can translate all arenas of life. Thus, the heroic men and women who “do the right thing” on a daily basis serve as mentors to the civilian community, teaching the masses the importance of leadership, mentorship, and building the community spirit. read more


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HOW TO BECOME A RACQUETBALL PRO LIKE SAWYER HOWITT

September 6, 2017 - By 

Striving to become a professional racquetball player is an admirable goal that will give you satisfaction and pride for the rest of your life. Most people can become professional racquetball players if they are willing to dedicate sufficient time and energy into improving themselves both in terms of physical fitness and on the court. Very few people who endeavor to become professionals in racquetball succeed, but the rewards associated with success are distributed in proportion to the adversity that was overcome along the way. read more


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LEGENDARY COMEDIAN JERRY LEWIS PASSES AWAY AT 91

September 6, 2017 - By 

Jerry Lewis is easily one of the most famous comedians who ever lived. That life came to an end on Sunday when he passed away due to natural causes. Lewis first rose to fame in the 1940s when he teamed up with singer Dean Martin for a very successful series of movies. Martin would play the straight man and Jerry would do all of the wacky comedy. They also performed a nightclub act together. The duo broke up in 1956. This opened the door for Jerry Lewis to show the world that he could shine as a solo performer. read more


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