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Key Leadership Takeaways From The Book, Against The Grain

Eric Jacobsen Blog

Courtney coached the Manassas High School football team in Memphis, TN. Finally, my two favorites pieces of advice from coach Courtney are these: Fame is fleeting, accolades are forgotten, money comes and goes--but the proper foundation will remain forever.

Craft the Perfect Tagline for Your Organization

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To generate ideas for a tagline, start by asking yourselves a few questions to see if the answers point to a solution: Why should people donate money to your organization? Those answers are the first steps toward tags like, “Because the Earth needs a good lawyer,” from Earth Justice and “ Helping victims become children again,” which illustrates the impact of the Memphis Child Advocacy Center. Nike’s “Just do it” says nothing about shoes or apparel—it simply expresses an attitude.

Coach Bill Courtney Tells Powerful Stories And Shares Insightful Leadership Lessons

Eric Jacobson

Courtney coached the Manassas High School football team in Memphis, TN. In his book (May 13 release date), he shares is convictions on the fundamental tenets of: character commitment service leadership civility Each chapter tells the story of one of these tenets through compelling anecdotes of various characters in Courtney''s life and career. That''s a choice you face every single day in terms of your attitude and commitment.