Upset About Something? (Maybe You Ain’t Taught It Well Enough)
One of the most important concepts for a coach to understand is The Responsibility Principle. If things aren’t going well, you have just one person to blame: yourself.
A Disturbing Trend That Could Destroy Youth Basketball Forever
Today I want to share something that’s been troubling me for the better part of the last year or so…it’s this new disturbing trend that could destroy youth basketball.
How to Be Tougher
Stop calling players soft without teaching them how to be tough. Use these 13 specific ideas to define toughness for your players.
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An Alarming Basketball Trend
If you’ve attended a youth basketball event in the past year or so, there’s a good chance you’ve witnessed a trend that I believe will very likely ruin youth basketball unless we put a stop to it.
8 Ways to Be a Leader That Doesn’t Yell, Scream, or Reprimand
Want to be a leader who doesn’t yell, scream, or reprimand? Here’s 8 things you can do to avoid frustration and actually enjoy showing up to practice each day.
The 10 teammate commandments
The 10 (teammate) commandments every coach should teach their players.
Are Your Basketball Players “soft and lazy?”
Are your basketball players “soft and lazy?” Every coach wants players who compete. Truth is, we believe players want to compete, but don’t always know what that means.