Uncommon Inspiration and The Right Ideas
Impactful ideas that create lasting change are not cultivated linearly.
2018.03.24 / 5min read. Read More
Know Who You Are Before Doing What You Do: A Brief Thought for Coaches
Regardless of whether or not you are a strength coach or a sport coach it is important to understand that you first need to understand…
2018.03.05 / 1min read. Read More
Cliques, Controversies and Combativeness: Some Thoughts For Angry Coaches
“Should I go on the attack or do something that adds value?”
2018.02.09 / 3min read. Read More
Purists vs. Pretenders: Why Coaches Should Do The Work & Not Worry About The Credit
In every venture, there will be vultures.
2018.02.06 / 5min read. Read More
The Unseen Details
People tend to react primarily to what is right in front of them. They rarely care to investigate the backstory, the previous struggles…
2018.02.01 / 2min read. Read More
Moving the Needle: Keys to Personal and Professional Growth in Coaching
Neither your innate level of talent as a professional, nor the nature of your intentions, matter as they pertain to accomplishing what you…
2018.01.18 / 27min read. Read More
Cannibalizing Our Own: How Fear, Ego, and Insecurity Are Eroding Opportunities for Strength and…
“Competition is for losers.”
2018.01.09 / 18min read. Read More
Why “Conscious Coaching” Beats a Systems Based Approach to Training & People.
Many within the field of human performance have enjoyed touting the importance of what is often referred to as a “systems based approach”…
2017.12.31 / 8min read. Read More