Tag Archives: winning

  • Dana Stringer: Sports, Injuries and the Will to Win

    Apr 2, 13 by DLynn Leave a comment


    *For die hard basketball fans like me, this is the time of year when our productivity levels typically decline because the majority of our waking hours are spent consuming March Madness basketball and the beginning of the NBA Playoffs. Being a native of Louisville, Kentucky, it is no surprise that I spent Easter Sunday afternoon […]

  • Deion Sanders Dubs New School Mascot as … ‘Winning’

    Aug 16, 12 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment


    *No one ever said Deion Sanders was the smartest of the football bunch. But he is a showoff, handsome, and really good at what he does. So as the good-looking showoff of a coach of his Prime Prep Academy in Texas, he’s come up with the most unique mascot for the school. In an interview […]

  • Audio: Snoop Dogg’s Charlie Sheen Song ‘Winning!’

    May 11, 11 by EURPublisher01 2 Comments


    *The result of Snoop Dogg’s collaboration with Charlie Sheen hit YouTube on Tuesday in the form of an ode titled – what else – “Winning!” The song starts out with a female asking: “Oh, good evening Mr. Sheen, are you winning?” “No, he’s smoking right now,” Snoop replies amid sounds of inhaling. Among the lyrics: […]

  • Mary Mary Keeps it Real About God and Success

    Apr 22, 11 by Brittney M. Walker Leave a comment


    *Award winning Gospel sisters, Mary Mary have a word of advice for those who are discouraged, downtrodden or just need some encouraging words. Their letter to fans, friends, and family was originally published in Essence magazine. The note asks, “What is winning?” and in the face of God, what really is success: So we have […]

  • Pres. Obama’s ‘State of the Union’ Address: ‘Winning’ an Economic Future

    Jan 25, 11 by EurPublisher Leave a comment


    *President Obama’s State of the Union address tonight will be “all about America winning,” one of his top advisers told CNN. Valerie Jarrett said the president will focus on “winning for the future and what we have to do to be competitive in this global marketplace.” Facing a divided Congress, a still-recovering economy, and critics […]