Author Archives: Admin

Coaching Glossary

We need your help. Our idea is to build a glossary of words, phrases, terms and concepts coaches need to know before they embark on the journey life that is coaching. That is, we’d like to build an evolving glossary that can be referred to by novice and experienced coaches in order to learn or refresh their knowledge. How can ...

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Coaching Regrets

One of the best ways to plan for your success is to realise where you are, then fast forward in order to look back at what you have achieved and how you did it. Did you follow that? That’s right…move forward, by skipping ahead and looking back! Living without regrets is a fantasy best left to people jumping off big ...

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How To Maximize Your Next Conference

Many of us are searching to make an impact in what matters most to us, but one bit of stimulation isn’t worth a conference admission fee. So in the search for better performance your attendance at these events should be coupled with high expectations and a concerted effort to reach them. Conferences shouldn’t just be a resource treat. Keep these ...

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Q&A: Stanford Coaching Legend Dick Gould

Dick Gould is a coaching Legend. Yes, that’s a capital L, and no, we don’t use the “L” word flippantly. He is a Legend as much for what he has achieved, as who he is, and what he believes in. As the Stanford Head Men’s Tennis Coach he amassed 17 National Championships, 17 individual national championships, 50 All-Americans, 776-148 record, ...

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Q&A: Notre Dame S&C Matt Howley

The University of Notre Dame (NOH-ter-DAYM) is located near South Bend, Indiana in the United States. Known as a hub for high performance sporting teams and great coaches, the University’s athletic teams are members of NCAA Division I and ACC Conference and are known collectively as the Fighting Irish. Very few schools have a greater history and tradition in collegiate ...

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