As a coach, I believe that coaching is “unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them” which was stated by John Whitman. I agree with this quote because as a coach I want to do what is best for each player individually. Therefore, I stress the importance of accountability, punctuality, discipline, but most importantly great sportsmanship. Every action or reaction of each person affects the entire team.
I want to be able to look back on those experiences and know that I may have inspired someone to help others in the same way that I did for them. I believe that I will be able to look at my experiences in high school and see that I made a difference in my
The coach has to keep the team running effectively and efficiently, by motivation, inspiration and expectations” -Jonathan bedayse. Basketball coaching is a complicated job if you want to be a good coach. Most coaches just think how can I win and be the best, The good or great coaches think how can I win and be the best while changing the athletes lives for the better. Coaches should obtain knowledge of value to turn it into skill for the team. Since you are the engine of this well oiled machine you control what happens how fast or well your team or car can be.
I help to show them their abilities. I also praise them on the things they do. Motivation is a two way street. I have encouraged people to do better for them self, just by the way, I carry myself. For example there were many times in football that my teammates wanted to give up and I told them to keep on pushing and trying and the outcome can be greater at the end.
He has gotten me to become a very influential respectful youngman, and got me to do things I don't think I could ever really do in life. And when things get harder or easier for me in life the things that he taught me I will always remember and never forget them this gave me a huge understanding of the people that just wanna become better, and those who dont wanna get better and achieve nothing. This goes from my intro from In These Girls, Hope is a Muscle. This shows how the captain of the team was pushing the team, and my personal mentor would be my coach on the way he pushed my team to finally win a state championship from the last state title being over 30 years ago
“I Shall always be happy that my mother taught me that the journey to understanding and tolerance was more important than the journey to Checotah.” (Franklin 712). The image of his mother on the walk back to Rentiesville, her confident composure, head held high, and smiling taught him that knowledge and open-mindedness was more important than the trip to Checotah. Did the lesson he learned from his mother that day restructure his approach, purpose and involvement to the world around him? Would he become a man that would change the world for many African Americans? The evidence used to support Dr. Franklin’s memories are mixed between logical, based on facts, and anecdotal, based on personal experience.
Franklin’s learned and eager reputation soon started to gradually spread in this new city. Franklin proved himself to be a more devoted worker than his colleagues, a devotion which fed into his reputable reputation. Character, curiosity and passion were only some of the attributes that allowed Franklin to climb the socioeconomic