Friday, June 22, 2018

In The July 2018 Issue Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal


"If you think about how good you are as opposed to what the next challenge is going to be, then you’ve already lost. We have to stay humble"…Jay Wright
Here is some of what your colleagues will be reading about in the July 2018 issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal: 
  • The Wright way--Jay Wright
  • The big cost of not taking vacation
  • Coaches play players they trust
  • Developing a success mindset
  • Leadership profile—West Virginia teacher’s strike
  • Things successful people do
  • Putting youth sports into perspective
  • Emphasize execution—not innovation
  • Difference makers
  • Pitbull’s life lessons
  • Six lessons for the leaders of tomorrow 
  • Social media addiction facts
  • Tips for new leaders
  • Leadership lessons from travel 
  • Go with your gut
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Friday, June 15, 2018

Coming Soon--Leading Narratives

Leading Narratives: The perfect collection of stories, jokes and wits of wisdom for leaders

There's always room for a story that can transport people to another place.
--J.K. Rowling

 About The Book

Leading Narratives is Dan Spainhour’s collections of stories and parables that he has used during his 34 years as an athletic professional. Each story ends with a moral and lesson for leaders to impart to the people they are leading.





Friday, June 1, 2018

How To Run A Basketball Camp: A Guide To Directing A Successful Basketball Camp


Coach Dan Spainhour speaking at one of his East Coast Basketball Camps
About How To Run A Basketball Camp
"Published in 2007, this guide shows you how to conduct your own camp. If you're currently holding a camp, you'll find ideas that may help you improve upon it. If you are considering starting a camp, it takes you step-by-step through the process. It covers how we started and how we conduct East Coast Basketball Camps. You will find everything you need to run a successful camp year after year."
-Coach Dan Spainhour

Inside How To Run A Basketball Camp

Section One—Laying the Groundwork

Naming your Camp & Other Business Details;  Locating a Site; Things to Negotiate; Location, Location, Location; Dates; Ages/Sex; Tuition; Deposits; Refunds; Insurance; Personnel; T-shirts/Giveaways; Certificates; Equipment Needed

Section Two—Marketing

Brochures; Flyers; Endorsements; Web site; Newspapers; News Releases; Local Publications

Section Three—Before Camp

Registering Campers; Registration Letter; First Day’s Check-in; Walk-up Registration; Physicals; Waiver Information; Lunches; Concessions/Merchandise; Early Arrivals/Late Departures; Counselors’ Meeting; Counselor’s Manual; Guest Speakers

Section Four—Camp Format

Daily Schedule; Morning Coaching; Stretching; Teaching Stations; Skills Contests; Camp Meeting/Skills Contest Finals; Fundamental Practice Session; 3 on 3 League Play; Lunch; Set the Record Contests; Beat the Counselors Challenge; Afternoon Clinic/Guest Speaker; Shooting Seminar; Shooting Leagues & Hot Shot Competition; League Games; Game Rules; Video Session; Camp Meeting & Dismissal; Closing Camp on the Last Day; Tips for Painless Day-to-Day Operations

Section Five—Camp Materials

Camp Personnel Form; Camp To Do List; First Day’s Schedule; Daily Schedule; Health Exam Form; Award Certificate; Game Scheduling; Game Schedule Grid; Camp Game Schedule; Hot Shot Scorecard; Ball Handling Fundamentals & Teaching Outline; Passing Fundamentals & Teaching Outline; Basic Offensive Moves Fundamentals & Teaching Outline; Shooting Fundamentals & Teaching Outline; Additional Drills & Contest Ideas; Basketball Terminology; Marketing Letters; Fundamental Checklist Handout; Workout Program for Campers


What Others Say About The Book


I ran across your book online as I was putting together my basketball camp. Your book has been AMAZING. I cant say it enough how much it has helped. Thanks for writing !
 --Greg E. Hill 


I just want to thank you for publishing "How to Run a Basketball Camp" it has been very helpful to me. I am running the 1st annual Miami's Elite Basketball Camp in Miami, Fl. Your book has guided me into the right path. I love the game of basketball and also helping children on the community, and this is a great way for me to give back and help kids develop their skills. I was worried that I would fail but after reading your book I already have succeeded in getting everything set up from my dates, location and the biggest help was getting my sponsor letter. Again I would like to thank you. If you have any suggestions to help me succeed even more please feel free to contact me.'Thank you

-Eddie Pena, Miami's Elite Basketball Camp



Product Details
Pages: 140 pages
ISBN: 978-0615143293
Dimensions: 11 x 8.2 x 0.3 inches
$19.95

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