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December 3rd, 2016

Inspiring Athletes Through the "Rule of One"

No matter the sport or level of competition, coaches have the power to inspire athletes and teach them things that they may not have otherwise learned on their own. A coach can take advantage of these moments by using the “Rule of One” principle for a positive effect—and here are three guidelines to follow. Read More...

November 26th, 2016

Inspiring Your Athletes

Some teams may never reach their full potential even if they appear to have all the necessary talent. What’s often lacking is a little inspiration. For coaches that want to get the most out of their team, consider these three ways to inspire confidence and purpose in athletes. Read More...

November 26th, 2016

Optimizing Your Coaching Mindset

Coaches are constantly evaluating the athletes entrusted to their care and developing ways to help them improve. Good coaches do the same for themselves. Here is advice for optimizing your coaching mindset—so that you, like your athletes, are performing at your very best. Read More...

November 18th, 2016

Identifying Athletes with a High Sports IQ

It’s usually pretty easy to identify the most physically talented athletes. They stand out on the playing field, in practice, and even during tryouts. But spotting athletes who can excel in the mental and emotional sides of sports is tougher. Fortunately there are some common traits shared by athletes with a high sports IQ. Read More...

November 18th, 2016

Eight Coaching Mistakes

Sports provide countless learning opportunities for athletes and coaches alike. Looking back on over two decades of coaching experience, John O’Sullivan realized that his close-minded approach kept him and his players from reaching their full potential. In order to help today’s coaches recognize the areas where they can improve, he has provided a list of eight mistakes he made and what to learn from each. Read More...