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How Many of These 29 Things Are You Doing?

By Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services    There are a number of different ways that you can create better recruiting stories. While I was doing some fall cleaning, I came across a bunch of them in various documents and notes on my MacBook. My first thought was to pass along these tips and recruitment strategies to you in this week’s article. Not all of these will apply to you, but a lot of them will. And whether you’re a long time reader or one of the many new people that have been added to my newsletter community over the past few weeks, reply...


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9 Signs You’re an Exceptionally Productive College Coach

by Mandy Green, Busy Coach

I found this great article written on Inc. by Jeff Haden.  I converted parts of it from a business perspective and applied it to what we do as coaches but the majority of the article is the same.   

The most productive people do a lot more than just stay busy. Many coaches stay busy. After all, checking items off a to-do list isn't hard.

What's hard is checking the right things off your to-do list, completing the right projects, and getting the right stuff done. That's when you go from busy to productive -- and in the process become indispensable to your programs success.

Here are some of the...


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Here’s Why You Need Consistency

By Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services   

Do me a favor and take 10 seconds to think of who the two or three most successful people that you know are. Now, what are some of the things that those people have in common?

For me, the people that I know who are at the top of their fields are consistent in their actions each day…what they do when they wake up, when they get to work, how they lead their team, etc. Speaking of leadership, which is a topic I’m extremely passionate about and trying to bring more attention to...


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Why Every Smart Head Coach Needs to Learn to Delegate

by Mandy Green, Busy Coach

"If it's to be, it's up to me."

This seems to be the favorite saying of a lot of the coaches that I am working with. To me, it says a great deal about their willingness to delegate. These coaches work non-stop morning to night, and still do (although they are getting better), because they somehow can't embrace the notion that it's possible to get things done any other way.

Beneath the many excuses for not delegating lays the reason why many of us coaches avoid delegating things:  True delegation means giving up a little of what we would like to hold onto (some measure of control) while...


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