On this episode of The Crossover we discuss the issues that have been brought to light in the wake of the murder of George Floyd. We understand that while we are two white guys who live in rural Minnesota, and have not experienced racism or racial profiling. We believe that we all play a part in the solutions to these problems.
On this episode of halftime talk we discuss the book end that is the end of the school year, how to get back on the path of the hero, and some practical advice for the graduating class of 2020. Enjoy!
Sean & Dan give 5 minute graduation speeches to start the show! We discuss questions that came from our students about life after high school. We reminisce about college experiences, getting to know yourself and how the next chapter of your life is one that you should be super excited about! Go Class of 2020!
On this episode of The Crossover we talk about the power of habits and the process that goes into developing new positive habits and breaking negative old habits. Sean shares his takeaways from reading James Clear's book "Atomic Habits" and the power of getting 1% better everyday. We also takes some detours onto topics like Sam's Club and roofing! Enjoy.
JP Nerbun is the founder of Thrive On Challenge. In this episode we discuss what transformational coaching is all about, how JP got into mentorship and what it is like living in Ireland! JP is the author of the book Calling Up and co host of the podcast Coaching Culture. JP played D1 basketball for South Carolina and has coached in Ireland and the USA for over 12 years. JP discusses how he fell in love with Ireland and is a g...
In today's halftime talk we discuss mental health awareness month, the stories we tell ourselves and the greatness of Michael Jordan.
In today's TALK we never leave the locker room as we rant on Social Media, the so called "experts" and how everyone needs to make their bed and clean their room!
On this episode of The Crossover we discuss the impact sports and extracurriculars have had in our lives as young men, teachers, and coaches. Sean's sports experience growing up was quite different than Dan's however both had impacts that changed their lives forever. We talk what we learn from sports and how the environment that sports offer create an amazing laboratory for learning about yourself and how to be a part of ...
In our second halftime talk we talk about the current COVID Minnesota life and answer a listener's question about the most influential people in our life. We hope you enjoy the listen and take the time to subscribe, rate and review!
St Peter HS Good News - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSgGPTdjEBA
How did Dan and Sean meet? Why are they doing this? What is their purpose? All of these questions answered plus a recap of Charlie Pott's latest episode. Finally we preview the Crossover's biggest episode yet dropping on Monday April 27th with the Athletic's Jon Krawzcynski!
On this episode of the podcast we have a chat with Charlie Potts. Charlie earned his EdD in Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development (emphasis in Higher Education) from the University of Minnesota. He completed his dissertation research on the influence that social media has on male college students' gender identity development and gendered performance. He is also the father of twin boys. We discuss fatherhood, social...
On this episode of the crossover we talk about how stress affects students, teachers, coaches, and dads. We also get into how to it can be harnessed for good instead of looked at as a constant drag, We discuss the power of exercise, sleep, journaling, and laughter among other things.
On this episode of The Crossover we discuss why we read, how we read and the books we've read that have had the biggest impact on our own personal growth. Give it a listen, then pick up a book and who knows you might change your life!
On this episode The Crossover we discuss the shift in coaching that has taken place over the last ten years from transactional to transformational. Along with how those changes can be applied to classroom teaching, especially during COVID-19.