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Sad to say, but cockiness in sports seems to be a side effect of talent for many athletes. Confidence is one thing; but over-confidence is quite another.
In this podcast, I talk with Coach John Brubaker, husband, father, and award-winning author–in that order. There were so many great nuggets of wisdom in this interview–I truly hope that you will take the time to listen to the whole thing. Coach had some very helpful words for parents and coaches alike.
John is the author of two award-winning books: The Coach Approach: Success Strategies From The Locker Room To The Board Room, and Seeds of Success: A Leader, His Legacy, and The Lessons Learned. He also co-authored Leadership: Helping Others To Succeed. He helps organizations and individuals develop their competitive edge. Universities, sports teams and non-profits also call on John to enhance their teamwork and leadership performance.
John was recently named to Forbes Magazine’s “Top 10 Consultants Who Avoid The B.S”, and his books have been featured in Forbes, CBS Radio, ESPN Radio, Talent Magazine, Sold Magazine, Fox Sports, Bloomberg News, NBC Sports Radio, Huffington Post and The Street.com.
John graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in personnel psychology. He also has completed his doctoral coursework in Sport Psychology at Temple University.
Learn more about John’s coaching resources at www.coachbru.com.
A percentage of the proceeds from his book The Coach Approach goes to support Deaf Children’s Literacy.
Let them be little.
Even as you help them grow up.
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