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The First Contact Piece You’re Sending

By Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services  Between starting work with new clients and being asked to audit individual letters and emails, the first contact piece is something I’ve been spending a lot of time on these past few weeks. It’s an extremely important communication (maybe the most important one), so I thought it might be helpful to share a bunch of ideas and strategies with you today. These are things that continue to produce positive results for our clients at the beginning (i.e. they get a student’s attention, generate a response, and start the process of building a recruiting relationship). To be clear,...

 

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Dad’s Cry, Too

by Mike Davenport, Coaching Sports Today

I cried for 20 minutes today.   

I’m a stoic-type guy. I’m used to compartmentalizing and burying my emotions. But not today. Today was different.

It was checkin-day.

I dropped my oldest off at college—to start his freshman year.

And there’s a lot of misery in the World right now, so depositing my kid at a good college to get a good education is supposed to be a happy event. I get that.

But here’s the thing, I’ll miss him. Really miss him.

Here’s the bigger thing—the important thing—the thing YOU should know as a college coach—I’m NOT the only Dad who cries.

There are others—lots.

 

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6 Morning Routines for Championship Coaches

by Mandy Green, Busy Coach

As a coach, you’re no stranger to the 12-hour workdays. You stay at the office until 9 or 10 p.m. -- or until you just can’t read another email or make another recruiting phone call– before you force yourself to go home for a hasty dinner, a little more work and a few hours of shut-eye. The next day, you get up and do it all over again.

That was my life for about 11 years. One day bled into the next until I finally decided I needed some balance. I wanted to make an impact with my team and have time for a fulfilling family life outside of work.

To transform my...

 

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Yes, You Can Learn From Howard Stern

By Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services  No, that’s not a misprint. There are actually a number of things that you can learn from Howard Stern that will make you a better recruiter and/or a better leader. The shock jock, as he’s known to many, has amassed tens of millions of listeners on Sirius XM satellite radio and has been deemed by some the most powerful interviewer in American broadcasting. Billy Joel even called his interview with Stern "probably the most astute and insightful interview" he'd done. I listen to the Stern show a lot when I travel, and if you’ve never heard Howard interview...

 

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