Growing up in rural Oklahoma, adventure usually meant using a lot of imagination. Your siblings were usually your running mates, most of the time it was all good fun, until your older brother talks you into jumping a ramp like Evel Knievel – I ended up going through our grandmothers’ windshield. Being number 3 of 4 boys, I grew up watching my older brothers play ball and of course I wanted to play too.
There are many great benefits to being involved in sports. Physical activity, learning strategy, how to work with others and most importantly, how to push yourself. These are all lessons or benefits that we can start to learn at a young age that help us to navigate life. Working as a team is a fun, exciting time as well as frustrating. You have to learn what your personal strengths and weaknesses are along with everyone else’s on the team. However, that is valued information and opportunity that you can use to better develop yourself and most importantly how to help your teammates better and develop themselves.
CorVive Transformation League is just that for CorVive. A team-based competition where we can all work on transforming into the best person we can be mentally, physically, and emotionally. June 17th, ushers in the inaugural CTL 45-day season where teams will play each other each Sunday and earn spots like Player of the Week, Coach of the Week, Season MVP and 1 team will earn the coveted grand prize of a weekend experience like no other.
Competing is easy if you want to be a coach, find nine other like-minded people who want to compete with you. Or, you can join us as a free agent and find out which coach drafts you to their team on June 15th. Check out www.corvive.com/ctl for more details or to register.
My goal for CorVive will always be to love, serve and to care about others. But who says we can’t have fun while doing it?