The figure breaks coaching down into 3 fundamental elements – all of which contain huge challenges.
For instance, we’ve got over 4 years of philosophy-based content here, and we’ve barely scratched the surface.
But now I think there’s enough of a base to start efforts in the other two elements – Activities & Execution.
The first we’ve told you a little about. Namely, the challenge of mining the millions of possible activities and converging on a core micro-set that is properly aligned to not only the vision of how you want your team to play, but is also proper in the sub-optimal American environment.
If that weren’t enough of an issue, now you’ve got Execution to deal with.
This element has a ton of parts. But I’m going to zoom in on just one:
You’ve got to be able to deeply connect with your players. This requires charisma and mastery.
You see, assuming you now magically have the right activities – with relevant coaching points on paper – you’ve got to be able to flow.
We can all look up the exact lyrics to an Eminem track, download the beats, even get world class sound equipment, operators, and unlimited resources … but can YOU flow? Can you deliver?
Because that will determine whether your audience tunes in, or out.
And aspiring rappers – like so many other artists and professionals – have numerous guys on tape to emulate and learn from.
Soccer coaches? Not so much.
That’s a critical component to our nascent coaching membership.
Our audio is captured. And while executing activities, you get to not only see, but hear Brian’s flow.
You get to hear the engagement. You get to hear the execution.