Whistle and a Clipboard- the coaching communities resource
Summary: Whistle and a Clipboard interviews successful coaches from the past, present, and future allowing them to share their coaching failures and successes, tips, drills, and skills, along with practice do and don’t to help youth coaches everywhere better coach the kids in their communities. Your host, Jason H Oates, will also interview other professionals discussing current issues related to youth sports among these, strength training, speed and agility, concussions, and arm care.
I struggle, you struggle, our players and those we coach struggle. What is the source of our struggles? Will we ever leave our struggles behind?
To all who lost someone, I hope you have found some peace
How do you look at you players, those you coach? Do you see a fixed set or potential. Do you coach them accordingly?
We all make decision, some big some small and some we have no idea the effect they will have on us. How do you make decisions for your team?
Do you walk thru your coaching time the same way you walk thru your home time? Are you coaching from who you are or what you think you're supposed to be?
Is it possible to be successful without stress? What is this stress, we are supposed to feel on our way to success?
We ask our players to "be coachable" but what are we really asking them to do?
Jon S Rennie Leadership Expert, CEO, Entrepreneur, Author and former Cold War submarine officer shares how leadership is a people business
Instead of telling your players how to execute a skill have you ever given them time to try to figure it out for themselves? I explore this possibility
Heather Macy Head Women's Basketball Coach at Spartanburg Methodist College and Author shares her journey from worrying about importance to impact
Practice is to improve our abilities not prove them. How do you conduct practice?
Bryan Eisenberg Professional Optimizer, Author, Coach and Mentor to 2,300+ Companies, and Data Driven Sports Dad shares how data helps us improve as individuals in sports and business
When you read a book, take a course, go to a clinic, what is the underlying motivation for your actions?
What is RESPECT? Do you, your coaches, players, parents, etc. respect others? A few thoughts after reflecting on an un-respectful fan
We hear all the time how we are supposed to be positive to succeed. Is this true?