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  • One of the best ways to make up for talent is to help the athletes you coach play with heart -- learn more about how to do it by checking out this week's blog here! www.drstankovich.com
  • Academics and athletics do mix. During twenty years as a college law enforcement professor, the toughest lesson I had to teach was the meaning of academic success. My toughest job was to teach the significance of pouring heart and soul into education. My greatest challenge was teaching the necessi...
  • The number one lesson I’ve learned in 40 seasons of coaching is the danger of stereotyping. At the amateur levels I’ve coached, we don’t have the luxury of drafting the best or signing the best free agents. We don’t choose players, they choose us. We have to develop who choos...
  •   By John Colan (Coaches Inc.) Originally posted on Hoop Dirt   My name is John Colan. I am an agent at Coaches Inc. and have been working with Men’s basketball coaches for the last four years since earning my law degree at the University of Virginia. Our company is devoted to ...
  • Receiving the news of being cut from a sports team can be devastating for kids (and parents), so this week I discuss some ideas and strategies to help during this transition -- and more importantly, position the kid to do better the next time around.  You can read today's blog here. www.drst...

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