– Think The Game Thursday –
All great endeavors require suffering in some capacity – whether it be physical, spiritual, or emotional. Join TJ Rosene as he unpacks how suffering can either unite or divide your team.
Is Your Best Player a Poor Leader?
TJ and Sam dive into the critical topic of player leadership. They provide tips for mentoring your players into leadership roles that are best for them and the team. Equip yourself and your players with the right expectations so you can answer the question, does your best player have to be your best leader?
For Your Players…
Most players rush, make poor passes, and take bad shots — good playmakers make smart decisions even at game speed.
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Get a quick dose of wisdom to enhance your game and life.
Coach Edition: Getting to Clarity
Coach, do you struggle teaching new concepts to your team? To better gauge your coaching, in this week’s video, TJ Rosene shares a single question to ask yourself about how you teach in practice.
Coach Edition: Lead Yourself Well
Winning the day starts when you wake up. Do you get bogged down in the day to day and putting out fires that distract you from your mission? Listen to this week’s full timeout with Sam Allen and reach your potential as a leader by discovering key habits to win the morning so you can win the day.
Coach Edition: Communication is Key
Is there a gap between what you’re saying and what your players are hearing? Sam Allen shares practical tips to help you evaluate and grow in this area.
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