Welcome to your private coaching vault
This vault is just for you...and other private coaching clients I work with one-on-one.
If you ever have a question about any of these tools, feel free to send a quick text to me at 360-319-3923 or an email at email@example.com.
We can also go through ANY of these in more detail during your one-on-one coaching sessions.
QMWD: Leaders decide how they want to spend their time on a quarterly, monthly, weekly, and daily basis.
You can too! Don't let others choose your focus for you. Tap into the power of your intention.
Time is one of your most valuable resources as a coach. Use these resources to manage yourself so you can maximize your time.
Self awareness tools
Your awareness is crucial to your success as a coach. You have to understand what's going on with yourself - first - before you can effectively coach your athletes.
Self awareness is a leadership skill you can improve. The more you work on developing your own self awareness, the better you'll be able to assess what's going on with you - in a snapshot of time.
One-on-one coaching tools
Clean conversations tool
Do you ever walk into conversations already assuming what the outcome will be? Do you ever make up stories about people and what they might be thinking and feeling about you? Sure, we all do this from time to time.
What would happen if you took a few minutes to get clear on how you'd like the conversation to go?
Use this tool to gain clarity before you have a conversation with someone. Figure out what you'd like the ideal outcome of the conversation to be - so you can work towards that. Tease out any assumptions you're taking into the conversation that might actually get in the way. Set an intention for who you want to be and how you'd like to feel.
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There are plenty of coaches who place all of their focus on the x's and o's of their sport. There are plenty of people out there who think if you can provide the perfect training plan, warmup, and game plan for your athletes then everything should fall into place.
That strategy might look good on paper...and it never actually pencils out.
I believe it's crucial for coaches to focus on what some people call the 'soft skills'. I really think it's the 'soft skills' that are going to get you those 'hard results' you and you're athletes looking in sport.
Utilize this tool from time to time as a self-assessment for yourself as a leader. What are your strengths and where can you grow? Do you have any questions about this? Bring to one of our coaching calls.
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