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November 16, 2006

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Posted by john at 04:35 PM

Are you too focused on feelings?

Hey guys,

A few days ago, Bobby Knight, coach of the Texas Tech college basketball team made headlines once again because he "slapped" a player. ESPN, the network of hugs, sensitivity, and everything to do with Terrell Owens (unless it's good) excitedly showed the footage over and over, with interviews and opinions from "experts."

What should have been a non-event (Knight really didn't hit the kid, he just got his attention as coaches have done for years) turned into a day long story that finally ended with Knight coaching his next game.

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Why did the media once again spend so much time on a non-event (a la Terrell Owens "suicide attempt")? Two reasons. One: there's two much media and not enough stories. Two: it had to do with hurt feelings, something that's very popular in this day and age.

Most people in today's world are concerned with feelings instead of results. If given a choice between hurting someone's feelings or getting something done, they'll choose not to hurt someone's feelings--it's easier and they won't be criticized.

The most successful people in the world just plain don't care what others think about them--hurt feelings don't enter into their decisions. They focus on results, not what people who are afraid to do what's necessary to get results think of them.

Can this be carried too far? Of course--when getting results crosses the line into outright abuse (and Knight has pushed that line, even crossed it at times) that impacts future results it's not worth it. Good leaders know how to toe the line without crossing it.

Most guys fail with women because they're too afraid that women will think badly of them if they act in a strong manner. But the opposite is true--women appreciate a strong man, unafraid to make decisions, unafraid to step on a few toes when necessary. That behavior is attractive--constantly worrying what other people will think about you is not.

Bobby Knight has his very real flaws--but he also has several national championships, and that's worth paying attention to.

On with the fun....

-John Alanis
"The King of Let 'em Come to You"

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Posted by john at 09:28 AM