Learning the process of educating others in the athletic realm has always been intriguing to me. From the days when my Dad was the coach through playing higher level baseball and soccer, it was always interesting to me to assess how coaches train athletes. Observing these methods in action shaped and molded my belief system… Continue reading The Education of A Coach Part II – The Developmental Process
In this series we’ve looked at how knowledge, skills, abilities, and interests play a role in the choices we make which define who we are. In the final post of the series, Who Am I, we will discuss the role personalities play in these choices. Are you shy or outgoing, nervous or confident, lazy or… Continue reading Personality: Who Am I?
Part 4 of Who am I When discussing interests and enthusiasm with my athletes I often ask for a school class/subject that they do not enjoy. I may hear things like math, or english, or even chemistry. My next question to them is why don’t you like this class/subject? The common answer I get is… Continue reading My Interests: How Do They Affect My Choices