A coaching resource for coaches by coaches.


Jimmy V and Vision: QotW – August 3, 2015


The other day I got caught up watching a 30-for-30 on Jim Valvano called “Survive and Advance.”  It chronicled the magical run  of the 1983 NC State Wolfpack as they found a way to win a National Championship.  It was a fascinating documentary, and I recommend it to anyone.  If you want to see a […]

Eric Taylor Wisdom: QotW – July 27, 2015

Eric Taylor Wisdom

It’s a little known fact that I strive to one day become like Coach Eric Taylor, Head Football Coach of the Dillon Panthers and East Dillon Lions (Friday Night Lights).  For those that know me, it is actually a well-known fact.  In my opinion, it is the greatest show ever on television. I recommend any […]

Don’t Make Excuses. Find a Way to Succeed.

No excuses

Often in life, we dream of better things.  There must be a better way.  We are envious of other teams, companies, people for their successes and the resources we perceive them to have.  We spend too much time thinking about everything that is better and neglect what we have.  As a coach, this becomes a […]

Raise the Bar. Reach Higher.

Raising the bar

Just over six years ago, I was in a coaching clinic listening to Red Gendron, currently the Head Men’s Ice Hockey Coach of University of Maine, and he was telling a story about his time coaching with the Albany River Rats of the American Hockey League.  At the time, they were the farm team for […]

Are You Willing to Compete for Your Success?


To be successful, you must be willing to compete for your goals.  I stumbled upon a Pat Riley quote that has become ingrained in my DNA as a coach.  Success does not come easy and you must be prepared to face adversity if your goals are worthwhile.  The deck is rarely stacked in your favor, and […]

The 365 Coach © 2015
%d bloggers like this: