As a coach, I am faced with the temptations of working harder rather than smarter

by Yves
(Denver, CO)

Wow!


I so look forward to your notes (The Dugout eZine). They stay with me and help me right my heading. Like you say, hope my competitors do not find you. But at the same time, what a shame if they don't because the main reason I coach is to help my son enjoy his playing days, and if we had more coaches/managers/administrators (heck, more people!) applying these principles, oh what a joy it would be for all those kids that play baseball (or any other sport)

Here is the "behind the scenes" explanation on "right my heading". As a coach, I am faced with the temptations of working harder rather than smarter. And as I was reading this issue, I realized I should be on the look out for shifting my expectations onto my players/sons rather than helping them with goal-setting, achievement and goal-achievement-tracking-and-review (pheew)

Reading your publication is so refreshing because it reminds me about being smarter about prioritizing my efforts.

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