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Common trait of great coaches

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  • Came across this video. It is something that I consciously try to do and I have certainly found that it has helped the team develop and want to get better.


    Blurb for it is:

    Mitch Belisle (@MBelisle85) is a professional lacrosse player, competing for Team USA and in the MLL and NLL. He played for Cornell University, winning the Schmeisser Award his senior year, an honor given annually to the most outstanding defenseman in men's college lacrosse. Belisle is the VP of Marketing for Triology Lacrosse, a lacrosse education organization.

    With years of playing at the elite level, Belisle has learned a thing or two about great coaches. In this video, he tells us that one of the common denominators with these great coaches is their emphasis on celebrating success. When coaches reward players for doing well, even for the little things, it drives a team to success and keeps athletes motivated.

     · Roger Kaye, Ed Jackson-Sankey and 1 other like this.
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