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Is It Necessary To Train Your Leaders?

[Article 3 of NSCAA 2015 Series] At the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Convention this year I spent some time with about 500 coaches discussing how we go about “Training and Empowering Team Leaders”. This series of articles … Continue reading

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Another Radical Thought About Your Job

[Article 2 of NSCAA 2015 Series] At the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Convention this year I spent some time with about 500 coaches discussing how we go about “Training and Empowering Team Leaders”. This series of articles … Continue reading

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A Radical Thought

[Article 1 of NSCAA 2015 Series] At the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Convention this year I spent some time with about 500 coaches discussing how we go about “Training and Empowering Team Leaders”. This series of articles … Continue reading

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A Coach is…

Recently I was asked to be a guest lecturer for a UCF class on the topic of coaching. Specifically, the process of how I got into coaching and the daily grind of the job. I don’t think it is coincidence … Continue reading

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