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The more you achieve, the more failures you will have along the way. As a coach, we often view our failures in terms of losing games.  Ensure that your failures as a coach and your team’s failures are constructive rather than destructive failures.  Sometime constructive failures are necessary. Today in church (Grace Christian, Andrew Brown) […]

My thoughts for today’s post come from the book Leaders Eat Last, by Simon Sinek. Simon Sinek has the most watched TEDTalk of all time on TED.com.  His very popular book Start With Why, is worth the read.  However, I have been enjoying Leaders Eat Last much more. As a coach, you need to know […]

Daily Layup

I’ve heard the following statement made by a few coaches over the years, but most recently when reading some material put out by Chris Mack’s staff (from his Xavier days), I was reminded of how true it is. For every one block a player may get on his own man, he will rack up 3 […]