... you WILL leave a legacy, regardless of how long you coach.
People will remember you, and that legacy will be crafted by someone. If you’re not careful it won’t be by you.
Frightening? Should be.
However, if you do things right you will be the one to write your legacy and others will be happy to help you (yes, even your competitors). People will be getting in line to help your legacy be one you can be proud of.
How do I know?
After 33 years of college coaching, and working with all levels of coaches, from little league to Olympian, I’ve seen it in action.
Why Do I Do This?
I’ve created this site to disrupt the status quo. Too many good caring coaches are leaving the profession way too early, and are leaving behind a legacy that they don’t want to leave. This needs to change.
Taking Action And Learning
Sometimes the discussions here are theoretical.
Sometimes, there are stories.
Other times, I share tools and advice that I and others have found that work.
One key theme, though, is actionable stuff.
We are in this together and as a community we can learn to thrive and help each other find success, fulfillment, fun, and crafting a positive legacy. Even though I work in a competitive profession I have always believed we improve when we share, so I share as much as 95% of what I know about coaching for free.
That other 5%? You’ll see the rest in some of the products I sell. Regardless, you’ll find lots and lots of free information that should prove useful to you.
Topics At Present
Right now I’m focusing on two things.
First, what actions coaches can take, every day, to help craft their legacy while having an experience that is transformative, positive, and enjoyable.
Second, coaches are freaks, in a good way. And I’m exploring that topic to see where it leads.
I absorb information from many places and try to find ideas that cross-pollinate well — presenting you with thoughts and ideas to help you be the coach you know you can be.
Now let’s get the show on the road, shall we …