• FAQS
  • About PGC
  • Support
  • This is the second blog in a 3-part series on my key learnings from 2011.

    Key Learning #2: Don’t try to convince people to attend PGC.

    Sometime over the past two years we made a shift in how we presented PGC to the basketball world.

    Up until that time, we let the program and what we offer speak for itself. We didn’t attempt to convince athletes or coaches to attend our sessions. We simply provided those interested in PGC with as much information as possible—along with testimonials of what others said about their PGC experience. Then, we left it to parents, athletes, and coaches to make an informed decision as to whether PGC was the right fit for them.

    But, knowing that there were players and coaches missing out on a potential transformational experience with PGC, we shifted into trying to convince them—and you—of the benefits of attending our courses.

    Upon reflection though, I realized promoting PGC in this way was not in line with how we want to present our programs, and it was likely even counterproductive.

    We’ve now shifted back to the way we’ve always presented PGC, and we all feel good about it. We hope you do too. And, of course, I’m committed to ensuring that it stays that way.

    Sincerely,

    Mano Watsa, President
    PGC Basketball

    Read More: Part 1     Read More: Part 3

    Share This Post



    Related Articles

    The Problem with Improvement

    I want to share with you a problem I have faced. It’s a problem all athletes face, and one that can be extremely frustrating and discouraging throughout a career.

    The problem is players put in an immense amount of time, energy, and effort, but struggle to see their improvement.

    Read Article

    Leading Your Teammates

    High-level communication is a character trait that coaches crave, and often, players struggle to implement.

    When it comes to getting your teammates’ attention, how do you move from a place of frustration and confusion to one of confidence and certainty? Join PGC Director Chad Songy as he shares how to lead your teammates with one simple word.

    Read Article

    The Keys to Unlocking Special Leadership

    Every team needs great leadership. Whether it’s on the floor or off the floor, the best teams always have great leadership on their roster. In this week’s video, join PGC Director Matt McLeod as he breaks down the keys to special leadership.

    Read Article

    About PGC

    PGC Basketball provides intense, no-nonsense basketball training for players and coaches. Our basketball camps are designed to teach players of all positions to play smart basketball, be coaches on the court, and be leaders in practices, games and in everyday life.

    We combine our unique PGC culture with a variety of teaching methods and learning environments to maximize the learning potential of those that attend our sessions. In addition to spending 6-7 hours on the court each day, lessons will be reinforced through classroom sessions and video analysis.

    Our goal at PGC is to empower you with the tools to fulfill your basketball dreams, while also assisting you in experiencing the joy of the journey.

    To learn more about PGC Basketball, including additional basketball training tips and videos, visit our YouTube Channel or find us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.