Top 10 Strategies For Coaches To Be Mentally Tough
Some coaches may be good at these, while others may struggle at some. Seriously doubt that all excel at all of these skills.
The goal is to be the BEST at getting BETTER!
Here’s one skill that transfers all of the way and all of the time. That’s why it’s #1 on the list!
1) Be calm- When you’re calm, cool, and collected, your team will respond that way. Be selective and calculated about when and where you increase the intensity to your team.
2) Teach & Encourage- Free them up to make mistakes and play without fear.
3) Talk to Your Own Team More Than Recruits- You can’t communicate too much with your own team.
There is a lot that goes into effective strategies for coaches to be mentally tough.
Dr. Rob Bell is a Sport Psychology Coach. His company DRB & associates coach executives and professional athletes and is based in Indianapolis. Some clients have included three winners on the PGA Tour, Indy Eleven, University of Notre Dame, Marriott, and Walgreens.
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