Jan 13, 2020
Many coaches will not stay with one school or district for their
entire career. Circumstances with the school or your family, as
well as your own ambitions, can all lead you away from your current
athletic program and athletes. It's a natural progression, and
there may come a point where you have to make the hard decision to
leave the student-athletes that you have poured so much into. When
that time comes, remember that kids are kids, and they all need a
good coach to pour valuable lessons into them.
In this interview with Athletic Coordinator and Head Football Coach Brian Herman of Marble Falls High School, Colton and Coach Herman dive into ways to make connections with students and leave them with a legacy of toughness and discipline when your time with them is over.
-Do the best you can where you are.
-Reward kids for exhibiting toughness and discipline.
-Make connections with athletes, build relationships.
To learn more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum visit www.2words.tv/gameplan or email Colton at email@example.com.