Archive for November 2020
Managing The Shadow
All of us have a shadow or a dark side to our strengths. In athletes, I see two patterns of gold and shadows (These are very general): Pattern 1 1. The young person who is a team player, a hard worker, and conscientious of others, and a coach’s dream. The shadow can be a lack of confidence and…Read More
The #1 Key To Leading Others!
I am coming to believe more and more that self-awareness is a superpower in leadership. The benefits of knowing your strengths, constraints, your leanings, wirings, giftings, the areas that give you the most trouble, how you come across to others, the things that trip you up, your emotional triggers, the things that fill you and…Read More
My Journey of Learning With Kingdom Coaching & Coaching DNA
My Journey I started Kingdom Coaching three and a half years ago and wanted to write about what I am learning. Although this will be a different type of email than my normal weekly email, I hope this adds value to you. In 2017 I had a deep sense that I was supposed to work with…Read More
One Thing That Kills Clarity, Consistency, & Creativity
Over the last several weeks, I asked several coaches that I work with the question “What are you most afraid of?” Here are some of the answers I am afraid of losing games I am afraid of losing my team I am afraid that people on campus will think I can’t coach I am…Read More
Are You Guilty Of Cargo Cult???
There is a story famous physicist Richard Feynman tells about the people of Melanesia in the South Pacific seas. He told the story in his commencement speech in 1974 at Cal Tech. Feynman recounts…During the war, the people of Melanesia lived on an island that was used for landing planes to provide goods and materials. Fast forward, after the war…Read More