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In this episode, Celia Slater talks with Lonni Alameda and she shares her path to FSU softball and how all those experiences shaped her philosophy, grit and sense of fun. Lonni loves what she does, she is genuine, caring, appreciates all the people who came before her and knows how to get the best out all the people around her. Her formula is simple…It’s not what you say, it’s what you do that matters….your actions must reflect your stated values especially when things get tough and your team is struggling because that’s when your athletes are really watching you and how you are going to respond. She above all else is a role model for her 22 athletes showing them how to move through adversity, stay resilient and have some fun in the process!
Link to the book Lonni mentions: Wins, Losses, and Lessons: An Autobiography by Lou Holtz.
Thank you Lonni for a great conversation!
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