Sunday Thinking (+ We're Looking For An Intern)

Develop the habit of speaking kindly to yourself about yourself.

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The weekly Sunday Thinking newsletter is quick-hit content that aims to provide a booster shot to your thought process as you end and start your week.

“Don’t hide from criticism. Don’t run away from it. Because criticism will help chip away all that is false, all that keeps you from experiencing the truth of who you are, and all that keeps you from being united with your soul.”

— Luminita D. Saviuc, The Purpose Fairy Founder and Blogger-in-Chief

I. Effective Ways to Make Others Feel Important 

  1. Use their name.

  2. Express sincere gratitude.

  3. Do more listening than talking.

  4. Talk more about them than about you.

  5. Be authentically interested.

  6. Be sincere in your praise.

  7. Show you care.

Source: Roy T. Bennett, The Light in the Heart

II. Build An Inner Circle Of…

  • Great People

  • Inspiring People

  • Persistent People

  • Loving People

  • Optimistic People

  • Diverse People

  • Honest People

  • Can-Do People

Build an inner circle of people with whom you can seek and share wisdom, solutions, truth, advice, compassion, love, and encouragement. Every relationship, whether brief or lasting, helps determine who you are and who you will become. So choose wisely!

III. The Power of Humility

  • Humility encourages “we” rather than “me.”

  • Humility values learning moments.

  • Humility promotes character.

  • Humility keeps perspective.

  • Humility cultivates potential and opportunities.

  • Humility is gracious, kind and inspires greatness.

  • Humility loves you where you are.

IV. Question

What is it that makes my life and work meaningful?

“Turn down the volume of your negative inner voice and create a nurturing inner voice to take it’s place. When you make a mistake, forgive yourself, learn from it, and move on instead of obsessing about it. Equally important, don’t allow anyone else to dwell on your mistakes or shortcomings or to expect perfection from you.”

— Beverly Engel, Author

The Daily Coach: Part-Time Sports Writing Intern

We are looking for a young writer with a passion for sports who has a deep understanding of the current digital media space for the Spring 2020 semester. Together with Michael Lombardi, George Raveling, and The Daily Coach team you would assist with research and strategy to help deepen and enrich content across all platforms.

If you’re looking to break into the sports industry, want to become a sportswriter or journalist, or have a great understanding of digital media… THIS is the internship for you. 

Between Coach Raveling and Michael Lombardi’s relationships and contacts, you will be able to take advantage of a network that spans sports and business.


  • Assist in daily email strategy, including editing, formatting, and content 

  • Design basic graphics for social media use

  • Deep dive into research for new content opportunities and business initiatives 

  • Work remotely on your schedule!

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Current college student pursuing a degree in Journalism, Sports Management or Marketing

  • Passion for sports with a broad understanding of the current and past sports landscape

  • Elite writing and grammar skills with an aptitude to research

If you would like to apply or know someone who would be perfect for this role please email a resume and any writing or content examples to Newsletter@TheDaily.Coach

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