Thursday, March 29, 2007
Persistence is perhaps the most important key to both life and coaching. Coaches can’t just quit if they lose the first game of the season. People can’t just quit their life because they get fired. Coaches and average people must both keep trying.
Monday, March 26, 2007
Everyone deals with letdowns. Coaches get letdown when they lose games, or have a bad season. People get letdown when a family member dies, or when they fail at something. They both have to find ways to deal with it or try and change it.
Monday, March 19, 2007
Coaches make decisions all the time. So do everyday, normal people. And, in both cases, the decisions you make now effect what happens later. If a coach chooses to go for it on fourth and short, it could affect the outcome of the game. If you choose to skip college, it could affect the outcome of your life.
Monday, March 5, 2007
Life can be like a football coach’s job. It can be uplifting and encouraging at some points. It can also be very demoralizing at other times. It reflects on life in many different ways. Today we will look at some similarities in life and coaching, which are making decisions, dealing with letdowns, and persistence.