When Coaches Believe Everyone Can Develop, Talent Springs Up Everywhere
Everyone can improve their abilities if they have a coach who believes in them.
3 Pillars: Lead In The Community, In Academics, And In Your Sport
Ted Minnis describes the pillars of his program and how they impact his athletes through out their season.
Marlon Stewart (Oregon State Men's Basketball) explains the role of personality in recruiting student-athletes
Baker suggests athletes reframe failures in sports to learn from mistakes and better focus on the next play.
Former MLB All-Star Curtis Granderson talks about forgetting mistakes to focus on the rest of the game.
Kids Need More From Sports Than Just Newspaper Clippings And Records
Award winning coach explains that he is responsible for players getting more from sports than just headlines.
Give Effort Until You Don't Get It Wrong, Don't Just Do It Once
Award-winning coach comments on how players progress, sometimes in order to ensure they support teammates
How Coaches Can Demand Discipline Without Yelling
Award-winning coach details how he implements team rules on dress and behavior
Coaches Who See Athletes Make A Mistake Can Remind Them Of The Process
Award-winning coach explains how to help players cope with mistakes and praise them when they bounce back
Why All Coaches Should Read Aristotle
It can give coaches a window into virtue, ethics, courage, and justice to help them keep the bigger picture.
Don't Just Talk The Talk, Connect Cultural Values With Playing Time
If you truly want to uphold cultural values, you have to make that matter in terms of playing time.
Learning "Human Skills" Also Makes You A Better Athlete
Sports teach for life lessons. But this golf coach suggests life lessons make you better at your sport too.