Does anyone know what a BP is? A BP is a Beyond Profiteer—a person who makes priceless contributions to people, places or things. I consider myself a BP—it’s what I live for. I absolutely love pushing people forward. I still have to catch myself from giving unsolicited advice to people—some people will think you are crazy (lol). I just can’t help myself. It’s my passion. It gives ME fulfillment beyond belief. Hopefully YOU will get an opportunity to benefit in some way. Maybe you are down and out and I stop and give you five bucks from my pocket OR… maybe you are a basketball player and I can help you beyond your wildest dreams. Read more »
P.U.S.H—PUSH Undeterred, Sustain Hope
Whatever your circumstance…PUSH to make it better.
Getting better Every 5 Minutes (E5M) is certainly the key to being successful at whatever.
Anything less than that, is just that…can you accept that? Read more »
The scariest thing (for opponents) is John Allen STILL has mega room to grow… and he knows it. As is…he’s a cold ass honky (the best one in the country for sure), BUT… he has loftier goals.
He’s CP2 (too), yet he’s still in college. The better he gets, the hungrier he seems to get. He embodies the spirit of CQI and E5M: Continuous Quality Improvements and growth (at your craft) Every 5 Minutes. Read more »
A Division I basketball school in Seattle should thrive perennially- especially as a member of the Pac 12. Lorenzo has basically done that and redefined what success means for UW basketball.
Think about all the major things he’s done and the bevy of talent to roll through since he’s been back on the block. What about all the terrific things we have given him credit for over the years… HE’S STILL HIM. He has won and electrified Montlake in the process . As a result he’s created a very high expectation model–which is great, as long as it can be lived up to .
With a few tweaks, UW could be a national power. Without them they will remain an enigma, tantalizing fans with what could be or have been. Read more »
You’re beginning to notice there’s something about this Virtual Play stuff (Can’t quite put your finger on it?). Yet something draws you to it–especially if you’ve been anywhere near enough to witness its impact on players firsthand. More and more people are discovering the benefits of Virtual Play as a martial arts form of basketball. Organized optimization is becoming the blueprint for the new millennium player.
“Troy Miles knows what he is talking about people. The lessons you can learn from him personally, the Virtual Game of Basketball blogs and the book will not only benefit you on the court, but off. You may be thinking “does this stuff really work?”, well as a former D-I athlete who spent hours in the gym with Troy I can personally tell you it does work, and it works really well…”
Garrison Carr –Former Patriot League MVP
The word is steadily getting out there. Book sales have risen dramatically since the summer and quietly I’ve sold books in 23 countries. Still, I’m expecting “The Virtual Game of Basketball” to be the #1 basketball book on the planet. It’s the way…at least a way to a quantum leap forward as a ball player–even if your a top player.
It’s starting to sink in to those in the immediate “Virtual” vicinity. Other players and coaches are starting to recognize that there’s something different about a Virtual Player (VP). No way around the fact that, whoever embraces the principles of Virtually seems to get waaaaay better– rather quickly. Read more »