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In This Month's Issue Of The Coaching & Leadership Journal--Morgan Wootten’s Lasting Legacy

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Here are a few of the things your colleagues will be reading about this month's issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal : Morgan Wootten’s lasting legacy How do I find balance in my life?  Kobe Bryant in his own words Ed Orgeron—Let them eat cake Power of differences Derek Jeter’s steps to success 5 career lessons we can learn from Tom Brady Create momentum in your life In his own words—Dr. Jay Martin The intelligence of intuition 5 tips for the big game Play harder? And Much More! About The Journal The Coaching and Leadership Journal is in its ninth year of production. Started in the fall of 2011 by Dan Spainhour, the Journal is now being read by coaches, administrations and athletic professionals all across the country and even in Canada.  Our subscriber list includes some of the top coaches in the business. Jerry York, NCAA's all-time winningest hockey coach has been a subscriber for over five years. Two-time NCAA women's' soccer champ

Welcome Clemson Women's Soccer Program To Our Team Of Subscribers

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Welcome Coach Eddie Radwanski and the Clemson women’s soccer team to our team of Coaching and Leadership Journal subscribers. Since taking over the Tigers in 2011, Radwanski worked his way to earning the 2016 Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year honor, making him just the second in program history to receive the recognition. Beginning in 2014, Radwanski has had six consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances including an NCAA Round of 16 run in 2016. The Tigers have advanced to the NCAA Second Round in four of the last five seasons. Under the direction of Radwanski, the 2016 squad won the second ACC Regular Season Champion title in program history, the first since 2000, and advance to its third consecutive NCAA Tournament. We are proud and honored to have Coach Radwanski and the Clemson program on our team of subscribers! Our subscribers know that great leaders never stop learning and they never stop reading. They realize that for less than most people's m

The Best Of The Coaching and Leadership Journal​

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The Leadership Publishing Team now offers The Best of The Coaching and Leadership Journal, a collection of the most loved and requested issues from the journal. Download A Sample Issue About the Journal As the information on the Internet has grown and expanded, so has the need for people to sort through it. Editor Dan Spainhour brings his 35 years of experience to the journal. Each issue invokes his judgment, knowledge, and experience to determine what is valuable to our readers. We scour the internet and print publications for leadership and coaching commentary and cut it down to size saving you valuable time but still giving you the information you need to stay ahead of your competition. We provide content that meets that need of athletic professionals and you'll refer to it again and again. It is not just a journal but a valuable resource delivered to your inbox each month. New To You Although each issue is an archived issue all material is relevant to today and

In This Month's CLJ--Issue Do players-only meetings work?

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Not only will you read about statistical findings about Players' Only meetings on the World Cup Champions but you will also find so much more in this month's issue of The Coaching and Leadership Journal including: The transformation of LSU’s Ed Orgeron Their thoughts—Kevin Hambly, who has led Stanford volleyball to back-to-back NCAA championships. Consider keeping a leadership journal Stories of successful sacrifices Thomas Edison’s success lessons Hallmarks of mentally tough people  Leadership lessons from current coaches who many consider to be the best in college basketball  Power brings out your true self What made Michael Phelps special? Tony Dungy’s potential reaching guide Unproductive games communicators play Coaching corner—the late Don Meyer When you subscribe you will get: A one-year subscription to The Coaching and Leadership Journal (12 print issues). Access to The Coaching and Leadership Journal website. The digital version of the current iss