Coaches & Teams
Great Coaches Have Great Passion and Create Winners Among Their Staff, Players, and Followers
“We are conditioned to think that to win, to be the best, is the only legitimate goal.”
~ John Douillard, Body, Mind, Sport
Winning is important and meaningful. It’s icing on the cake that validates the fruits of all your labor, time, and effort that you as coaches, athletes, and teams put in to do well, to win. But it doesn’t have to happen at any cost.
Competition is not just about winning. There’s the process you go through while you develop individually and as a team, and it includes the competition. That’s the real icing on the cake.
The Inner Victory
The victories we witness at events or watch on TV come and go.
The inner victories that you as coaches, athletes, and sports teams experience along the way because you focus on the process rather than winning at any cost? Those last forever.
You know that, from beginning to end, you’ve done your best. Your best varied from day-to-day, but it was always your best, individually and with others. Task before ego, team before self. Honor, courage, and commitment, and the reward of being part of the competition; the sport.
Focus on the process and the inner victories it brings. That’s what matters. If that inner focus results in the outer victory too, so much the better.
You Can Have Both
Great coaches, athletes, and teams know this. We help you identify and develop those traits. Then together, we write your playbook and get down to action-based training which includes our holistic approach, along with a Navy SEAL mindset, to hammer home teachable moments and develop winners.
Coaches and athletes that focus on the process and work as cohesive units are consistently successful. Teams that have a handful of superstars, but are not cohesive, may have success, but not consistently. We help you develop and hone the skills that make you consistently cohesive, interdependent, and high achieving.
We help you build a common vision that enables you to achieve the uncommon and win, consistently.