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Articles & interviews from outside sources that we felt would be extremely helpful. Check it out!

Champion’s Mentality

Dangerfield Fueled by Late Father

How Patrick Peterson Helped Tyrann Mathieu Start Over Again in Arizona

Surrender Over Control


ACL tears, You can’t keep Thomas Davis down

Why I Gave Up a $95,000 Job to Move to an Island and Scoop Ice Cream

After rehabilitation, the best of Michael Phelps may lie ahead

The Coach of Nigeria’s Basketball Team Is From…Vermont

Vikings’ Laquon Treadwell to Pacman Jones: ‘Don’t take it easy on me’

Mike Vick: An Exclusive Bleacher Report Documentary

How Jen Welter’s life has changed a year after making history

Norman Powell: From Poverty and Nearly Quitting Hoops to Toronto’s Second-Round Pick

Relearning the Art of Asking Questions

Jordan Speaks Out On Shootings of African-Americans, Police

In-Tune Ent Presents: The V.I.P Section- episode 3 ‘Action Despite Distraction’

Mamba Out

How New Memphis Grizzlies Coach David Fizdale Survived South Central

Chris Paul: Leader, Mentor, Humanitarian and Game-Changer

Adrian Peterson is training to outrun history

Coaching Audition

How I Keep Up My Energy-Gary Vaynerchuk

Wise words from Steve Harvey

How To Be Happy

Gary Vaynerchuk on Self-Awareness

ICYMI: The Breakfast Club interview featuring Gary Vaynerchuk

Great episode of The Brilliant Idiots podcast by Power 105s Charlamagne Tha God & comedian Andrew Schultz. Special guest, entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk

The Island of Kawhi Leonard

Paul George’s Secret: He Learned to Play Like a Girl

Why Kobe Bryant Inspires Me

Dusty Baker making his last stand with Nationals

Growing Up With Kendrick Lamar 

Racism and White Supremacy does NOT exist 

7 Good Reasons Christians Should Fast

Jay Williams Interview at The Breakfast Club Power 105.1

A New Years Thought

Black unemployment falls to lowest since 2007

Barack Obama: Guns Are Our Shared Responsibility

The happy secret to better work

The Re-Education of Chris Copeland

Who is Friggin’ Tougher than Charles Woodson?

Kendrick Lamar: “I Can’t Change The World Until I Change Myself First”

They told LeBron James “Keep Jesus Off Court”

Drake In Real Life

The Cruel Tutelage of the Wolves’ Kevin Garnett

The Two Keys To My Career Longevity 

Pelicans’ Ryan Anderson overcomes tragedy, injury

‘Never Before Has This Happened’

Michael Jordan’s lesson for Jimmy Butler

Humor helps us put our lives in perspective.

Kawhi Leonard: A rich man, not a changed man

Dreams of A Father

How Adelphi’s Blakely Murphy Battled Brain Tumors And Came Back Stronger

The opportunity of adversity

The Incredible Journey of Seth Curry

A Series On Fertility: The Post I Never Thought I’d Write

Waka Flocka Flame Interview at The Breakfast Club 

Serena Williams, Tiger Woods and racial identity in sports


Practicing Non-Judgement

Dez Bryant: The Survivor

The importance of turning ideas into action

Maurice Clarett, the accidental athlete whisperer

The Making of an Expert

Lots of reasons to say “Wow” about NaVorro Bowman this morning.

WKU receiver Dangerfield playing for his father, family

Zoe Saldana | The Conversation With Amanda de Cadenet

5 Ted Talks To Watch Before Your Next Interview

Usain Bolt’s Final Turn

How one WNBA player balances her basketball career with raising an infant

What I learned as a Kid in Jail

We need to talk about an injustice

Kodie Stringer finds his own way

Iowa Barber Grants Free Haircuts To Kids As They Read Along To Him

When Success Leads to Failure

Don’t Bludgeon the Man

Russell Wilson Is Bigger Than One Play

Pete Carroll, NFL’s eternal optimist, is ready to turn heartbreak into triumph



J. Cole is a Superstar, Deal With It

Kendrick Lamar on His New Album and the Weight of Clarity

Why we all need to practice emotional first aid

How Amanda Green went from a Duke manager to one of the highest ranking women in an NBA front office

Stop Worrying About How Much You Matter

Zoë Kravitz On Black Identity And The Role She Was Too ‘Urban’ To Play

Graduating in the Shadow of Racism

Hall of Fame Advice for the Class of 2015

It’s Time For Me To Move On

Kendrick Lamar, Rapper Who Inspired a Teacher, Visits a High School That Embraces His Work

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