Self/Doubt and Decision Making in Coaching
Much has been made in recent years about decision making. Specifically, people reference the work of Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky.
Dec 19, 2018 / 8min read. Read More
Raw Thoughts on Archetypes, Coach Laziness and Assessing “Fit”
The message was both clear and humbling just weeks into the book’s release, people were infatuated with the archetypes.
Nov 18, 2018 / 7min read. Read More
Two Truths that Will Immediately Impact How You Coach Large Groups
Last week I received a question from a coach who recently found themselves in a position where they were now in charge of coaching larger…
Sep 06, 2018 / 9min read. Read More
Brief Thoughts on Learning, Performance & Evaluation
From a coaching standpoint, it’s critical to understand that the terms “learning” and “performance” are NOT synonymous. Learning is a…
Jul 15, 2018 / 3min read. Read More
The Shift in Thought Needed to Enhance Coach Development
There has been a long favorite story of mine about the Wright Brothers.
Jun 30, 2018 / 11min read. Read More
Seven Ways to Rebound from Coaching Mistakes & Bad Training Sessions
In the “age of the expert” in which we currently reside, it is not uncommon to witness some coaches acting as if they have all of the…
Jun 05, 2018 / 8min read. Read More
Networking or NetWORKED?
11 Tips for Building Bridges the Right Way
May 20, 2018 / 13min read. Read More
Creative Inertia, Resistance & Staying True to You
Whenever I begin to think about writing I often fall into the trap of feeling as if everything I share has to “move the needle.”
May 08, 2018 / 4min read. Read More
5 Tips to Enhance Coach-Athlete Communication
Coaching is teaching. And one’s level of effectiveness in teaching is not evaluated solely by what they (the instructor) knows, but rather…
Apr 07, 2018 / 7min read. Read More