The Job of a Coach

November 06, 2016

The Job of a Coach

Stop coaching and start selling.

Yeah, that's right. You can coach until you're blue in the face with all the right plays and everything for your staff and players to do, but if no one is buying-in, will it still work?

It is a coach’s number one responsibility to motivate his or her players. If they are not doing that, what are they doing?

The answer: likely not very much.

So here's the question to you: have your sales people (your "players") really bought-in? 

One of the most brilliant coaching minds ever, Pro Football Hall of Famer Bill Parcells, sat down with me, and his Hall of Fame player Lawrence Taylor, to discuss some of the most essential coaching techniques. Forget football, you need to watch this for LIFE!




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