Today’s message is especially dedicated to my father, the great Vincent Tseng.

My father is not the most vocal, but he leads by example. Ever since I was young, he has provided unconditional love and support. He is a role model, and an upstanding citizen. He is intelligent, caring, and has a great sense of humor. He has helped me in any way that he could to make me the best son I could be. My father taught me much of what I know through his actions.

Here is John Wooden’s favorite poem:

No written word or spoken plea,
could teach our children how to be.
Nor all the books on all the shelves,
it’s what the teachers are themselves.

This poem applies to coaching, managing and being a great dad.

Thank you, dad, for all that you have given me, visible and invisible.

I love you.

Happy Father’s Day.

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