KNSD-NBC Sports Director, Jim Laslavic Sport Stars Are Human





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Published on Sep 15, 2007

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"You Have To Realize Sports Stars Are Human Also and Cannot Be Heroes All the Time."

Coronado High School Student Dan Mader interviewed Jim Laslavic, former San Diego Charger Linebacker for 10 years and Sports Director for San Diego KNSD TV, NBC Affiliate Station, as a part of the Coronado California In Search Of Heroes Program. Jim Laslavic is a real hero that invited the Coronado High School Journalism students to visit the KNSD TV station to witness first hand how TV shows are created and produced. Jim is not only a sports hero but also a social hero who has given back to his community in so many ways. He is an example of a sports and business hero worthy of young people's respect." Learn how to honor your heroes. Read my book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XV76SZ9
“In Search of Heroes Story: Why Is Understanding Your Unique Heroes Journey So Important For Your Personal Peace, Happiness and Success?”

Author Ralph Zuranski has researched heroes, heroism, and the 12 roles of the heroes journey for over 50 years. He created Captain Biorhythm, his alter ego hero, in 1976 to teach professional athletes how to use the Science of Biorhythms to optimize their performance in sports and avoid accidents and injuries. He believes you have the potential to be a hero or heroine to your family, friends and strangers when you integrate your brain and body and learn how to use biorhythms to improve your life.

Ralph discovered that heroism is easier to understand when you analyze the different events and people in your life in light of the 12 roles: Innocent, Orphan, Warrior, Caregiver, Seeker, Lover, Destroyer, Creator, Ruler, Magician, Sage and Fool. It is much easier for you to deal with your triumphs, trials, tribulations, and transformations when you embrace and live your own unique heroes journey.

As a Special Features writer for the Coronado Eagle newspaper in San Diego, he wrote articles about local heroes who were making a positive difference in the community. He created the In Search Of Heroes program to encourage high school journalism students to ask questions about heroes and heroism. The goal was to inspire young people to research the concept of heroism, so they could write educational articles to inspire themselves, other students and the community.

During his research, Ralph realized the best way to honor the heroes in your life is to write exciting, emotionally engaging stories and create videos about how they impacted your personal heroes journey. It is important to honor the people who made and make a positive difference in your life.

This book teaches you how to honor those who inspired you to be a better person, overcome difficult problems and accept the responsibility for your own decisions. Your stories will give them the recognition they deserve and inspire future generations.

You will discover there are many unexpected heroes and mentors in your life. They help you break free from the situations and thought processes that block your emotional and spiritual growth. They helped you to become the person you were created to be, so you could complete your unique mission here on earth. By writing stories about them and their impact on your life journey, you pass on to future generations the wisdom you have gained.

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