a.I like the no cut policy it promotes a level of inclusiveness. It allows for people of all talent levels to join a team. Even with a no cut policy teams still have the options not to dress athletes or travel them or even play them as well. So you getthe best of both worlds will having great people apart of the team. 5.As Joe writes ““Moral courage is what enables us to stand up for what is right even if it means standing alone”a.One example of moral courage is Colin Kaepernick kneeling and taking all the heat that came along with his action. 6.Create a culture of inclusiveness using the tools this book gives you. “liberty, respect, and moral courage.” you must do these things and not just talk about it. It is about walking the walk and making a community by letting people in and allowing them to feel important. 7.Joe’s definition of justice is not doing what is equal but doing what is right and fair. Goingagainst the injustice the world has set up. Going against the stigmas and being a
liberator. 8.For Joe reason is about making sense of what is going on or being done. There needs tobe logic behind things. “While sports are played in the physical realm, they are much more intellectual, relational, and emotional than most coaches think.” behind all these realities is reason and there has to be reason to help guide athletes.