Coaching’s changed, but it’s now limited by a new problem. We have too many analysts, and not enough artists.
The more things change in coaching, the more they stay the same.
A coach’s job isn’t to produce better players and teams. It’s to build systems that produce better players and teams.
How we’ve gotten them wrong. What we can do to get them right.
In a world that defaults to interventionism, coaching often comes down to what you don’t say.
How the traditional coaching paths have deceived us into entering a competition not worth winning.