You Have to be Present to Win
If you have played tennis, you’ve likely been given this advice: “One point at a time.” This
Play To Your Strengths
You win more often when you play to your strengths, rather than managing your weaknesses. When you
The Difference Between Possible and Impossible
What would you like to attempt that you often thought was impossible? Is it really out of your reach
How to Improvise, Adapt and Overcome
Clint Eastwood is one of the most iconic actors of our time. He has uttered movie lines that have
Motivational Mondays with Roger Crawford on Tennis Channel Live!
Consistent and deliberate practice is the hallmark of champions on and off the tennis court. With qu
Be A Master of Change
No matter who you are, or what you do, change is inevitable. Either we can embrace change, or we can
Getting knocked down vs. Getting knocked out
Several years ago, I had the privilege of serving as a coach for the Special Olympics. One of the
You Can Better Your Best!
All of us, no matter what we have accomplished, can always do more, and be more. Champions on and of
Who do you think you are?
Our actions are always consistent with who we think we are. We all have the strength, courage, and p
Are You Going To Play Up?
In the game of tennis, they have developed a unique rating system called NTPR which evaluates the sk
Don’t Hide Your Scars!
Scars remind us of our courage, determination, and perseverance. We shouldn’t hide them. Your scars
How to Follow Through on What you Start
One common denominator I have found in people who achieve uncommon success is that they consistently