Are you curious about the art and science of coaching? Me too.

Coaching has been my job and my career for much of the past thirty years.  I was a very good athlete, a career coach at multiple levels as well as a General Manager and consultant etc.  I have won awards and championships as a coach and as an athlete.  I have also endured difficult seasons and started programs.

I stepped off the field as a head coach. I still coach if someone needs an assistant or help, but I am just now entering the second half and I want to broaden my life experiences. I’m still working, but in a different manner. I take on projects that interest me, am starting small businesses, writing more frequently and about more than just coaching.

I have also come to view coaching as a broader topic than just sports and as instrumental in helping people succeed in their careers, finances, health and other areas. So, I write about those as well.

I’m a reader. I read a lot of books and I share them here. I hope someday I can say I am a writer.

My opinions shift and adjust with new experiences, new research and ever-changing times.  I have some very strong opinions, but in many ways my point of view is evolving.

I believe we should be committed to a life time of learning.

The art and science of coaching





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