Tagged – Tip of the Week, Practice Management When I was a young coach I had the good fortune to coach
“Don’t set limits” Coaching requires the constant review and analysis of current performance, with a view to improving future performance.
“Practices requires attention” Coaches constantly obsess over practice. They are constantly on the look out for new drills and drill
“Keep your horizons broad” When coaches start their journeys they have many ideas. In addition they continually seek out new
“One practice is not important” Practice is important. Coaches know that. Scientific research underpins that knowledge. It naturally follows
“Don’t sweat the small stuff” Seriously. Don’t sweat the small stuff. There is a well known coaching axiom that goes
“Teach them to love it” The best reason to do anything is because you love to do it. This is