2 of the best if you want to develop FAST…..
Yesterday I had half an hour to kill so I decided to take the opportunity to do something I very much enjoy, read! 30 minutes is not long so rather than get into one of my many on going books I thought I’d check out a couple of sites that I literally learn/develop from EVERY time I read them.
Believe me when I say that in their respective fields these 2 individuals are genuine world leaders. Vern is a 40 year industry veteran, with experience with pretty much every major sport. For me this blog has taught me a lot, strongly reinforces things I already know as well as getting me to critically analyse my own practise as a coach on genuinely a weekly if not daily basis!
Seth Godin is the founder of Squidoo, a site for free websites and writes a daily blog on all things marketing and business. He’s also written about 15 books, all of them bestsellers (I personally have 4 of them), and believe me this man has a huge following worldwide. If you’re looking to build your business, develop your understanding of coaching and people, or just think about things from a different perspective you should spend some time reading his blog.
Where a lot of blogs on marketing and business have great advice, tips and strategies to follow, Seth’s is different. It’s about people, why we do things that we do, motivation, and psychology. It’s deeper and has superb application to fitness and S&C when it comes to getting the most from people and obviously the business side of things.
It’s important to look to at different angles at things and with different hats on. This blog will give you the right mindset to do that believe me.
Do me a favour and check out these three posts from Vern, they will take you literally 10 minutes to read them all then come back here and tell me if you found it worthwhile. I’d love to know your thoughts
Here are the posts, relating to developing your coaching philosophy, team spirit/culture, and psychology and leadership:
Don’t forget to come back here and let me know what you think of these blogs.
What are your ‘Go-To’ blogs that help you in your practice, business or life in general? The more way out the better, i’m always looking for new stuff to read!