My Why

“You must unlearn what you have learned.” —Yoda

Are you curious about the art and science of coaching?

I am too.

The Coaching Conversation curates the best information we can find from around the web, in books, on the practice fields and in the arenas.  We write about coaching, performance and teams, but also about our careers, finance and health.

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 part of front offices and a business consultant.  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 wants some help, but I am just now entering the second half and I want to broaden my life experiences.

I take on projects that interest me with people I respect, am starting small businesses, coaching coaches, writing and speaking more frequently and about more than just coaching. If you need help with the college process we can handle that as well.

Reading is a joy.  I read a lot of books and I share them here.

I believe we should be committed to a life time of learning. That includes the idea that we need to challenge many of the beliefs we started with or got adamant about along the way.

You can contact me at info at thecoachingc0nversation d0t c0m

I look forward to hearing from you.

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