“I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.” Booker T. Washington Defining success in a realistic manner creates opportunities for individuals and teams to accomplish established goals and create openings… Continue reading Creating Realistic Success
“You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother.” -Albert Einstein Theoretically it is very easy to say I want to become a servant leader but how can we put it into practice. A greater understanding of servant leadership is needed and we provide that through specific examples of how… Continue reading Servant Leadership Examples for Coach, Parent, and Athlete
EducatedCoaches.com is one month old today!!! 13 posts and one month later we continue to publish three dynamic posts per week on timely topics related to coaching, teaching, sport, leadership, and development. Going into this endeavor, we were not sure if we even had enough content for one month of 13 posts. Both Matt and… Continue reading Happy Birthday Educated Coaches
“Those who believe what we believe offer their blood, sweat, and tears. Those who don’t believe demand more money and glory.” -Simon Sinek (Author and Speaker) John Maxwell and Simon Sinek are both well knows Servant Leaders who have created cultures of success among their followers. These are two of my favorite quotes from them.… Continue reading 10 Characteristics of a Servant Leader
Among athletic groups, leadership roles form through various group dynamic factors. Individual athletes, coaches, parents, and other adults involved are a few of the categories that leadership roles develop over the course of training sessions, team functions and games. Providing the appropriate type of leadership in these roles defines the success of the group whether… Continue reading Servant Leadership – Inspire Your Followers!
In my last post I talked about how the choices we make shape who we are. This bigger question I have coming from that post is why do we make those choices? What influences me to make the choices I have chosen? To truly understand why we make certain choices, we must look at the… Continue reading Who Am I and What Do I Know?
“Well paid jobs in academy football are necessary to have higher quality teachers working with England’s youth players.” Matt Whitehouse http://whitehouseaddress.blogspot.co.uk/ The previous quote from Matt Whitehouse inspired me to construct this blog post focused upon youth sports in the United States. Academy football in England provides a strong and effective youth program for the… Continue reading The Importance of the Effective Youth Sports Teacher
In my last post I discussed the role self-awareness has as it relates to the path we take as either a leader or a follower. Today I would like to analyze how we begin to recognize who we are. When asked “who are you” or “what do you do”, the typical response may sound something… Continue reading Who Am I?