It’s you. As the speed of change in elite sports has increased, the support infrastructure around head coaches has not kept up. This has left many coaches–supposedly experts in human performance–walking zombies who don’t sleep, don’t exercise and don’t see their families. To succeed in the modern sporting world, head coaches must face some hard truths. By grappling with these truths, which cut to the very core of who they are as human beings, head coaches can get out of their own way and achieve all-new levels of personal performance.
We welcome author of “The Tough Stuff: Seven Hard Truths About Being a Head Coach” Cody Royle
Find Cody here: https://www.codyroyle.com