When this blog first appeared nearly six years ago, the knowledge base that I was working from was much less that it is now. Though through the act of writing, clarity and understanding appears on whatever subject is being worked through.
And through this blog, an overall picture of coaching has come into being in both what happens for developing players and what happens as a coach and what one builds their coaching from.
And as a coach on has to develop:
For one has to come to an understanding of people and the coaching process that you uses, you have to be flexible to what works and to what doesn’t and one has to be open to new ideas and to failure.
And to use the tools of:
Because imagination gives one the power of vision and the ability to construct things and questioning allows one to test one’s ideas and opens one up to new areas of discovery and research.
And it doesn’t matter what area you look into, there is always something one can use and a connection to what you do.
What one also finds is that writing is a powerful tool to explore, test and come to an understanding, and in what you find, others will find useful to.
The Power Of Journaling
And writing a blog is in reality, one form of journaling
Journaling Your Way To Cool Ideas
And when it comes to sport, there are no secrets to coaching, it’s in the application and adaption of the information that you make it work for you and also in the expanding of your own knowledge leads to a greater understanding of the meanings behind the words that’s used.
And what I’m finding it’s the people at the ground floor of coaching and people not involved in sport that have some of the greatest ideas
The little blog on coaching that explores some big ideas and concepts