Skip is starting a series with Jon Strain called “Exercising 10 Social Muscles”. Today they are talking about the first social muscle – Noticing People. Everyone has a desire to be noticed, whether it’s in your work or in the line at the grocery store. Skip and Jon are sharing these social muscles in order to help you in your business or even be a better witness for Christ.
Greg Patton is in his 20th season at the helm of the Bronco men’s tennis program. Patton has led Boise State to nine NCAA Tournament appearances in the past 10 years and eight conference titles since the beginning of his second tenure in 2003. At an impressive 774-359 record over 36 years as a collegiate head coach, Patton currently ranks first nationally for most wins by an active NCAA Division I men’s tennis coach and fifth all-time.
Mike Mendoza enters 2016-17 in his first season as the head coach of the Boise State wrestling team. Just the third Boise State wrestling head coach in the last 44 years, Mendoza had spent the previous six seasons as head coach at his alma mater, CSU Bakersfield. During his six years as head coach, Mendoza produced 17 qualifiers to the NCAA Championships and four individual Pac-12 champions.
Chief Doan started his career with the Boise Fire Department in 1991 as an entry level Firefighter and was an original member of the Hazardous Materials Team. Dennis continued his service in the Operations Division as he advanced to the rank of Senior Firefighter in 1995 and then promoted to Captain in 2002. He was awarded Boise City Firefighter of the Year in 2003 for his work as a lobbyist for Idaho firefighters and received the American Red Cross 2004 Real Hero Award.