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Lunch & Learn: 7 Strategies For Building Athletic Trust & Respect

Lunch & Learn: 7 Strategies For Building Athletic Trust & Respect

In today’s Lunch & Learn I am going to do something a little different – again! Last week I shared one of our actual college recruiting messages and this week I am going to give you a PPT presentation. I had a couple of my coaching clients ask me to provide a video or PPT this past week so I decided to do that for them! We are going to cover the 7 Strategies For Building Athletic Trust & Respect. Enjoy

Lunch & Learn Wednesday at 7SecondCoach is dedicated to providing insights into the hard topics that often require introspection. These are not easy Podcasts to listen to but there may not be more important ones for you or your athletes! I remember using my lunch period as a teacher & coach as an opportunity to advance myself personally, in peace!

If you would like to schedule a Strategy Session with Coach Brandt to discuss this topic or implementation of any other topic click the button below!

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Tyler Brandt

For 23 years Coach Brandt has been a successful winning coach. He has coached thousands of young men in the sports of wrestling, football, track, and baseball. His pedigree includes state champions, state championships, All-Americans, and now one of his former All-American wrestlers is an MMA championship fighter.

He has a Bachelor and a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology and he has completed his coursework for his Doctorate in Educational Leadership. Coach Brandt’s knowledge of leadership and inspiration has made him a program turn-around specialist, taking programs that have either been traditionally unsuccessful or have fallen on hard times and turns them into winners!
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