Relentless Life, Loved Unconditionally (Episode 22)

Relentless Life, Loved Unconditionally Are you living a relentless life? Do you realize that you are loved unconditionally? I find a lot of people wandering through life. “What is My Purpose? Why am I here?  What am I doing?”  A lot of those people are “grown up already.”  Sometimes I act like one of those people. I […]

Positive Matters ft. Shawn Postiglione (Episode 21)

Positive Matters In the heat of competition, or just in every day life being positive matters. Coach Shawn Postiglione of Bridgewater University talks about how and why positivity is such an important part of his life and the culture of his program. Why is it important for you to be positive? How does your culture […]

Winning a National Championship ft. Jennifer King (Episode 20)

Winning a National Championship Winning a national championship is the goal of every college basketball player. Coach Jennifer King led Johnson & Wales to its first national championship in any sport. She shares her perspectives on what it took to reach the pinnacle of success this season. Was winning a national championship something you talked […]

Conflict & Competition (Episode 19)

Conflict & Competition Conflict and competition can be either good or bad.  It’s about your perspective. You’ve probably heard, if you can’t take the heat then get out of the kitchen. Everyone loves being in the kitchen. It smells good.  The stuff that comes out of there tastes good but sometimes it gets hot.  Honestly, if […]

Junior College Perspective ft. Ryan Davis (Episode 18)

Junior College Perspective The junior college perspective can include the perspective of a four year coach who is recruiting players as well as that of a AAU or high school coach who is trying to get players exposure for other schools.  Junior colleges are a big part of the collegiate athletic business. There is a […]

Faith & Fear (Episode 17)

Faith Fear

Faith & Fear Faith is in a constant battle with fear. In other words, both of them are monsters that we can choose to starve or feed. One is a good monster and one is an evil one. Neither of them will ever go away completely. In addition, they provide us with decisions that we […]

High School Perspective ft. Marcus Dilligard (Episode 14)

High School Perspective High school coaches are the most important coaches in the game. They have the opportunity to work with players on a regular basis at an age where players can be molded. This development is certainly physical, but it’s also mental. High school coaches who can help players understand what it means to […]

Mission, Vision, Purpose (Episode 13)

Hoops College Mission Vision & Purpose Mission Using basketball, we educate to develop and expose greatness. Hoops College believes that there is greatness in everyone.  However, many people hold themselves back. In addition, there are tons of rumors and bad information that are almost accepted as truth because they have been going around for so […]

Communicate With Your Team During Games (Episode 12)

Communicate With Your Team During Games Coaches often use timeouts as opportunities to communicate with their teams, but there are many other opportunities and ways to communicate without calling a timeout. There are at least 50 dead balls in every game. Are you taking full advantage of these dead ball opportunities to communicate with your […]

Why Should You Call Timeout? (Episode 11)

Why Should You Call A Timeout? Every timeout is precious.  We have a limited number of timeouts so we must choose to use them wisely. Every coach has their own philosophy about why you call a timeout, but we want to challenge you to think about why you call them. Do you call them for […]

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