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Mike Oppland graduated from Calumet College in June 2006 with a B.A. in Business Management. After college Mike played professional basketball in Denmark, Finland, and Germany for three years before becoming a college basketball coach for two years at Macalester College in St. Paul, MN. During this time Mike obtained his MBA from St. Leo University. Mike has spent the past three years playing pro basketball in Austria and Luxembourg.
Mike is co-founder and co-director of xpertcoaching.com along with his twin brother Dan. Their goal is to spread their love of basketball as well as personal development with others.
Mike loves spending time with his family and friends. Mike love to travel and has been fortunate enough to see a lot of the world in his thirty years.
For more information, please visit xpertcoaching.com.
Entries by Mike Oppland
I want to share some nuggets of wisdom that I have learned in my thirty years that will hopefully help you live a more happy and fulfilled life. Enjoy. Love yourself unconditionally no matter what! If you don’t love yourself, how will you ever be able to love anyone else and fulfill the need for connection that we all so desperately crave. Know that you are a beautiful creation and you deserve all the love and happiness that life has to offer. Be grateful everyday for another day of life. Don’t take this for granted! Follow your passions in life,… Read more.
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