Biblically based coaching principles for personal and professional growth
The stakes in the game of life are of the greatest importance, so who better than a coach to deliver such a crucial message. A coach takes those in their listening audience from where they are to where they want to be. My focus has been not just to deliver an accurate and timely word, but to deliver the message in a meaningful and memorable way.
The fact of the matter is that we were all designed to coach – and we don’t even have to be a sports fan! My in person presentation elaborate on this topic; and I am able to craft the message specifically for the emphasis desired by each audience.
In my new book, “Game On! A Coach’s Game Plan For Discipleship” (Foreword by Lou Holtz), I merge experience from my thirty-year coaching career with biblical support to provide a strategy that will benefit everyone in their personal and professional lives.
Here’s the premise of my book: If it is true, as Billy Graham once said, “A coach will impact more people in one year than the average person will in an entire lifetime,” then why doesn’t everyone aspire to be a coach?Request This Free Speech