Intimidating volleyball quotes
If you think that you're too important to earn respect, then you are distinguishing yourself as a bad coach!Simply put, your words have to closely match your behaviors.I don't care what your won-loss record is or how many championships you've won in the past.When you treat preadolescent and adolescent athletes disrespectfully you are NOT a good coach. They value their students and make them feel that value, both as learners and individuals.The winning and losing outcomes are completely secondary to the teaching of valuable life lessons (playing as a team and sacrificing individual needs for the betterment of the team, handling adversity & failure, mastering fear & obstacles, working hard towards a faraway goal, learning to believe in yourself, being a good sport, playing by the rules, etc.) You're NOT a good coach when you place the outcome of a competition in front of the physical and emotional welfare of your players.
There should be no place for them on a winning team. one for the "chosen few" and one for the rest of the team.
If winning is your primary goal as a coach you have significantly lost your way and as a consequence, you'll actually win less!
Your mission as a coach is to teach young people and help them grow as individuals so that they become better people in the world, both on and off the field.
They directly and indirectly pressure athletes to continue to play when injured.
They regularly kill the fun and passion that their athletes once had for the sport.
Coaches who tell their athletes these kinds of things are terribly misguided and are trying to hide something.