Coaches will run their teams differently than others. Some still believe in the traditional, “yelling coach” method to instill lessons in their players more effectively. If this situation applies to you, you must deal with it the right way. Don’t allow discouragement to seep in. Control your play. Fight for YOUR power!
Episode 116 Time Stamps:
(3:11) My experience with coaching, in the NFL
(8:00) Do you have a relatable coach?
(8:45) Brief reality check!
(9:17) Many coaches are simply, bad
(9:50) They rarely receive leadership advice
(10:14) Weak, fragile egos
(11:21) Old-school coaching
(12:13) Handling your coach...
(14:50) Having the right mentality (G-Code)
(15:42) Conflict is not bad; it's necessary
(16:11) A yelling coach doesn't translate to you being a bad player
(16:46) Coaches expect mistakes to happen
(17:15) Mistakes aren't a bad thing
(17:58) Attach meaning to your coach's yelling
(18:36) You will be controlled if you don't apply your unique meaning
(19:50) Life example: Firefighting
(21:55) Anticipate various responses to your actions
(22:18) Decide to play, in spite of anxiety
(22:55) Identify your mistakes
(23:30) Get a training routine for improvement
(26:36) Show respect by simply, listening
(27:12) Approach your coach at the right time
(30:12) Never give them power!
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