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Pete Carroll Coaching Style

On offense, Carroll is known for using an aggressive, nonconservative play-calling that is open to trick plays as well as “going for it” on 4th down instead of punting the ball away Continue reading

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Teaching Tennis the Traditional Way

His name was Tim Gallwey. I knew I had to have a lesson from this man, and I was determined to go to the ends of the earth to find him. As it turned out, he was right there in my hometown of Los Angeles.
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I borrowed a method that I got from Tim Gallwey’s golf book that I read long ago, called “welcoming the yips”. Continue reading

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The Inner Game of Work related to Coaching

Learning takes place within the student. The student makes the choice that ultimately control whether learning takes place or not. Continue reading

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Should Performance Coaches Focus on Performance?

Gallwey is the acknowledged master of the performance coaches. Continue reading

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Basic Reference for Executive Coaching Clients

blog discussing a basic reference list for executive coaching clients recommends “The Inner Game of Work” for people interested in a different approach to coaching. Continue reading

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Getting the better of stress

The possibility of building enough inner stability to withstand the inevitable winds of stress is the focus of “The Inner Game of Stress,” a book by sports psychology expert Timothy Gallwey, who teamed up with Westlake Village physicians Edd Hanzelik and John Horton to provide a guide to mental health in today’s volatile world. Continue reading

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