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Creation Date June 5th, 2020
Updated Date Updated November 27th, 2020
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All our episodes bring value, some are more impactful than others.
  1. In part two of a three part series with Coach Marra, Harry teaches us his Four Principles Necessary to Fully Develop the Art of Coaching.  Utilizing the simple initials of PKTC, Harry teaches us about Passion, Knowledge, Trust and Communication. Harry's knowledge and experience is second to none (go listen to the first part in episode #25 if you haven't already). Today Harry gives us real world examples to help you succeed as a coach in track and field, as the leader of your own program, and even for success in the business world. This will be an episode you'll want to listen to every year as you start the planning for your next season of success. 
  2. Todd was the keynote speaker at the 2018 USTFCCCA Convention in Orlando. For nearly thirty years, Todd has built his expertise in leadership and team dynamics by serving in a variety of senior level roles in business and athletics. From entrepreneurial start-up, to public company to college athletics, Todd’s real-life practical experiences in these worlds have given him a perspective that allows him to connect with his audiences in powerfully impactful ways. As a best-selling author, speaker and teacher on leadership and cultural development, Todd has spent the last decade working with some of the most successful coaches, teams, business leaders and educators in America. His principles have been embraced by countless leaders, including coaches and athletes from championship programs in the NCAA, NBA, MLB and NFL. Today he talks to us about leadership and its role in coaching track and field. Here's the article we talked about in this episode about Focusing on the Choices you get to make on a daily basis:
  3. With many conference titles, national titles and too many to count All-Americans, Jud Logan has built a special culture among the Ashland Eagles. Today Jud talks about that culture, how he cultivates and protects it, as well as grow it amongst his staff and athletes. If you believe culture is important, this is the episode for you!
  4. This episode is pack full of value for you as a track and field coach. Brooks has coached at the high school level, collegiate level, and world level. Having produced champions at all levels of track and field, he has made all the mistakes that you can think of...and learned from them. Today we talk about what it means to be a 'distance' coach or 'throws' coach and what those mental barriers do to hold back your athletes. This episode has it all and will give you the most value if you listen to the very last word. This is one for the ages!

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