This week's episode is part two of Aaron Mansfield, volleyball coach Loyola Marymount. We continued our conversation talking about ways he has grown over the last four years, his passion for program development, his learning rhythm, and much more!Are you a coach? Do you want to grow and develop? If you answered 'yes' to both of those questions, The Tribe is a great place to be. We discuss key leadership topics that help sharpen and prepare coaches to coach at a higher level. Come hang!To sign up for The Tribe go to click HEREBooks Mentioned:Stillness is the Key- Ryan Holiday
Aaron Mansfield, Volleyball Coach, Loyola Marymount University
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Aaron Mansfield, Volleyball Coach at Loyola Marymount University joins us this week. Aaron is in his 4th season leading the Lion's program... having taken over for another podcast guest Tom Black who is at the University of Georgia. Aaron is a tenacious learner, humble, and a really good conversationalist. We talk about his keys to leadership, his strengths, reflections sessions inside his program, developing non-cognitive skills, and much more.
In this episode 2, our special guest assistant professor of Sport Management, Aaron Mansfield, Ph.D., joins host assistant professor of Marketing Yilong Eric Zheng, Ph.D. to discuss his research work, teaching, industrial experiences as ESPN associate editor and contributing writer for Complex Media, his relationship with his mentor at UMass Amherst, and the practicum and sports management program in general here at Girard School of Business (GSB).
Our guest today is the Head Coach of LMU Lions Aaron Mansfield. On this episode Aaron discuss his maturation process as a coach from his beginnings at UCSB, to Santa Clara and now LMU. He talks about wanting to become the first non-power 5 school to win a ring. The difference between the Art and the Science of being a good leader and his stance on how importance the mental side of the game really is.
We created this podcast pre-coronavirus, so some of these things have changed. During this podcast we talk with Aaron Mansfield about his career in music and his personal life of faith, love, and navigating changes through this life. Aaron's music is available on all major platforms. Support his music by listening, seeing him in concert, and buying his merch. Sponsors: Life After Bliss: https://www.facebook.com/LIfeAfterBliss/ Aaron Mansfield: https://aaronmansfieldmusic.com/ Tom Wehrle Music: https://tomwehrle.com/
Reading the Bible in 18 Days: A Conversation with Aaron Mansfield
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Welcome to stuff I want to say. It's a podcast that pretty much functions as the external process of my own brain and life as I pastor in North Louisiana. In this episode I talk with my friend Rev. Aaron Mansfield, the person I consider my pastor. We talk about a lot of different things, many of the around the idea of reading the Bible. In this episode we talk about a bunch of stuff. Some of it includes: Ministry in the Northside of Lexington, Kentucky. Letting your kid Flair Chop another pastor. An odd reason to wear a clergy collar. People filled with the Holy Spirit. BIble reading plans. Writing a Master's thesis on preaching Revelation while keeping crack heads out of the clothes closet. When you decide to read the Bible as fast as you can. Why you need to skim the Bible. Bible translations. Why just reading for time works best. It was great to have Aaron come on the podcast. I have been wanting to do this conversation for a long time. I'm still thinking of doing a faster read. I just wrapped up my chronological read of the Apostle Paul and I am extremely glad I did it. My Stuff Only One Bible: Why I'm ditching nearly all my bibles in 2020 (video) Mentioned 90 Day Bible reading plan 30 Day Bible Shred