Aaron Boone teaches his team accountability by saying he’s sorry and telling the truth. So effective, seems so simple, yet so many of us avoid it.
What Allowed Utah Jazz’s Best Player To Excel As A Rookie: I saw a lot of guys who I thought should have been stars but they don’t listen… there were guys in AAU system who I grew up playing with who were 10x better than me; but they didn’t listen. Many all star games that […]
Perspective is a particular attitude that you have towards something, a particular point of view. It’s not just your attitude in general, the way you approach things in a big picture sense. It’s intentional, the way you choose to look at something after reflection. The best players, the best coaches, the most successful people that […]
To earn playing time in our program, you had to do two things: Compete and produce. I learned to simplify things as much as possible for our players when it came to playing time. I think a mistake I made early in my head coaching career was not defining exactly what the players had to […]
There are lots of reasons why teams have bad seasons. Lack of talent, mistakes in recruiting, injuries, youth… we’ve all dealt with any number of reasons. It’s interesting when I talk to coaches in the off-season, especially coaches who’s teams I didn’t really see during the year, to hear about how their year went. One […]