For all intents and purposes, I’m a Grady Baby. I was born in poverty in the inner-city of Atlanta. My mother, Gail, was 16 when
Baseball is called America’s pastime. I have always wanted to believe that. I have spent my life chasing the dream and helping others do the
“Quality leaders recognize that life is pretty much about managing expectations— their own expectations and those of others. People can handle significant challenges—as long as
I cannot hide my anger to spare you guilt, nor hurt feelings, nor answering anger; for to do so insults and trivializes all our efforts.
Real problems require real solutions with real people with real experiences. Are the right players in their positions? Spring training is underway. In baseball, having