242. FAST: Faith, All in, Selfless, Toughness | Sam Harrell | Ennis HS
Team values that aren't put into practice are just words. That said, having an easy-to-remember acronym to consistently remind athletes of our team values can help athletes to turn those words into action. In this episode, Coach Sam Harrell breaks down the acronym FAST, which they use at Ennis High School to talk about their team values. FAST stands for: Faith, All in, Selfless, and Toughness. They put this acronym on t-shirts, encourage each other to be a FAST team, and talk about the values everyday. FAST reminds athletes to have faith in each other and something greater than themselves, to be all in with their effort, to be selfless and giving, and to be both mentally and physically tough. Key Takeaways: -It's amazing how much you can accomplish when no one cares who gets the credit. -Instill the values in athletes today so they will keep that mentality when they leave. -FAST: Faith, All in, Selfless, Toughness To learn more about our 2Words Character Development Curriculum and our current e-learning resources, please email Colton at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.2words.tv/gamplan3
Helping Businesses Stay in Business During COVID-19 and Beyond Samuel C. Harrell is a seasoned entrepreneur, with a background in engineering, business and program development, government services, and education spanning more than 40 years. During this time, he has participated in some of America s most noteworthy historical projects in both the space and aerospace industries (Apollo-Soyuz, […]The post Sam Harrell with FacilityAXS appeared first on Business RadioX ®.
Sam Harrell grew up in Seminole, and later moved to Brownwood, where he would play football for Coach Gordon Wood. Coach Harrell was the son of a coach, and had the privilege playing for, learning from, or coaching against, nearly every great football coach in Texas history! He graduated from ACU and then began a career in education in Plainview. He then went on to join Coach Wood's staff in Brownwood. Coach Harrell took his first Head Football Coach in Reagan County, leading the Owls (Big Lake) for four successful years, prior to accepting the same position at Ennis High School. For some listeners, the draw will be the many games Coach Harrell has won (including three state championships), and while his record is certainly incredible, the most intriguing portion of this podcast, is the moment life came crashing down as he began a struggle with MS, that removed him from the Friday Night Lights. Coach Harrell was very fortunate to find a friend that filled him in on a procedure available in Panama. Thanks to God, Panama, and stem cell treatment, Coach Harrell is back on the sidelines in Ennis, Texas, and the Lions are poised for great things in the future. This episode is one for the books! https://talelightspodcast.com/podcast-interviews email@example.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erik-thormaehlen/support
Episode 38 features the head coaches of Ennis and Athens High School, Sam and Zac Harrell. The Harrell’s discuss their family’s history in football, their coaching philosophies and foundational values, their dynamic offensive philosophies, and tips for coaches who aspire to coach their children. Finally, both coaches look into the future and discuss what the future has in store for their coaching careers and life outside of football. The Harrell’s are one of the great football families in our game today and having them as guests on our program was a great privilege.
Brock coach Chad Worrell, Glen Rose coach Cliff Watkins, Sam Harrell returns to Ennis, and Tepper makes headlines — Episode 569 (June 7, 2018)
Texas Football Today
The guys listen to Matt Stepp's interviews with Brock coach Chad Worrell and Glen Rose coach Cliff Watkins, discuss Texas high school football headlines including Sam Harrell's return to Ennis, and debate Tepper's role in filling the content black hole.
77. Overcoming the Odds | Sam Harrell | Southwestern Assemblies of God University
In our latest episode, Colton's joined by Coach Sam Harrell from Southwestern Assemblies of God University who shares his journey of having to step back from coaching for a while after being diagnosed with MS to fighting back and being able to pursue his passion of being a coach once again. On his way to a wheelchair, Coach Harrell never thought he'd have the opportunity to coach again until after a successful stem cell treatment (3rd round) turned his world upside down. Slowly gaining feeling back in his leg and starting to be mobile, he began coaching. Coach Harrell talks about appreciating the small details in life like getting up and being able to put on Nike shoes and outfits in the morning. He takes us through his own experience and the mindset he had while dealing with his illness, his motivation to continue to fight, and his determination to pursue excellence in his life.