In our continuing series about everyday people mastering their craft, this coach helps others find their voices. Updated Jul. 10, 2013
This is an occasional series about everyday Minnesotans who exhibit mastery -- the combination of knowledge, skill, experience and understanding that offers a deep command of a topic or activity. Future installments will delve into the lives of people in athletics, the arts, science and other personal pursuits.
Minnesota Zoo keeper Ben Sutton got up close and personal with Kenai, a 7-year-old male brown bear, earlier this month at the Russia’s Grizzly Coast exhibit.
Heather Cronin Ott worked with Jacob, a student in the Communication and Interactional Disorders program at Otter Lake Elementary School.
In our continuing series about everyday people mastering their craft, a special education teacher prepares kids to cope with a mystifying world.
Sean Nagle, an attorney with Fredrikson & Byron, won the 2012 state chess championship and did not play competitively again until this month’s Minnesota Open.
Glass blower Craig Campbell, 62, of Mahtomedi
In our continuing series about everyday people mastering their craft, a Mahtomedi artist talks about learning life lessons through shattered glass.
Manny's Steakhouse waitress Nancy Olson.
In our continuing series about everyday people mastering their craft, a steakhouse server at the top of her game talks about reaching for greatness.
During the winter, Dave Voss moves some of his triathlon training indoors.
Skill is not enough. To reach the top, even the best athletes require good coaches, perseverance and the love of practice.