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Are you winning your Game of Life? Are you living the life you want to live? We see athletes dedicate their lives to achieve championships. But what about life? Do you train to win your every day?!

Join us as we bring you the beautiful craft of Sports Life Coaching. Founded by Carlette Patterson, author, and speaker, with over 30 years of coaching experience, SLC is a tool based coaching system designed to keep you in control and give you the ability to train for the life you’ve always wanted.

Through interviews and Life Workouts with Coach, we will talk about the real issues showing up in our lives and ways to overcome our performance barriers to achieve Champ10nship results.

10 Talks Life Training Academy

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Are you winning your Game of Life? Are you living the life you want to live? We see athletes dedicate their lives to achieve championships. But what about life? Do you train to win your every day?!

Join us as we bring you the beautiful craft of Sports Life Coaching. Founded by Carlette Patterson, author, and speaker, with over 30 years of coaching experience, SLC is a tool based coaching system designed to keep you in control and give you the ability to train for the life you’ve always wanted.

Through interviews and Life Workouts with Coach, we will talk about the real issues showing up in our lives and ways to overcome our performance barriers to achieve Champ10nship results.

    Friday Win the Week: 10 Talks with Butler University Head Women’s Volleyball Coach and Current President of the AVCA, Sharon Clark

    Friday Win the Week: 10 Talks with Butler University Head Women’s Volleyball Coach and Current President of the AVCA, Sharon Clark

    How Women Win Our Way – with CHAMP10N Guest Sharon Clark, Butler University Head Women’s Volleyball Coach and Current President of the American Volleyball Coach’s Association

    JOIN US On the Journey to Discover How Women Win Our Way…

    Check out this week’s 10 talks podcast episode to hear HOW WOMEN WIN with our next guest, Sharon Clark.

    WINNING STRATEGIES
    1. In the coaching arena, men are usually compared to women no matter what the accomplishments are. Due to gender stereotypes and societal norms, men have more room to be more aggressive, assertive, or loud compared to women. When women act this way, it becomes more to do with their gender than it does their coaching abilities.
    2. How do you recruit? Your ability as a player to have a conversation with a coach will let them know if you are able to come and compete in their program. Being able to be emotionally intelligent when having discussions or interviews with players and looking for signs of what you are looking for is a good way to recruit; you just need to know what you’re looking for. Ask players what coaches they have had in the past and what they liked and didn’t like about those individuals.
    3. Continue to groom women into coaching. At the youth level, girls learn at a very early age to be more coddled and less critiqued than men because of gender stereotypes of being too ‘weak’ or unable to handle it emotionally. Teaching them young that women are just as able to be coached by other women as they are men will help them to become more open to feedback and be able to be coached by people who will not sugarcoat things.

    Stay tuned next week to hear how Kathy and Carlette are Teaming Up to Discover, Design, and Do – "Winning Our Way". Want to G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E. to other women by sharing how you win?
    Learn More Here: www.championwellbeing.com/how-women-win-survey

    Watch the full episode: https://youtu.be/aGo70DK6OCk

    • 39 min
    Women Winning Wednesdays – with Carlette Patterson and Kathleen J. DeBoer

    Women Winning Wednesdays – with Carlette Patterson and Kathleen J. DeBoer

    Join us on today’s episode as Carlette and Kathy discuss How Women Win after hearing from Auburn University Head Women’s Golf Coach, Melissa Luellen

    WINNING STRATEGIES
    1. The relatability aspect has been emphasized throughout many of our conversations with women coaches and athletes. Having a relationship with your coach or athlete is important to many females within the sports industry, whereas with men, it is more transactional. “Women must bond to battle, and men must battle to bond” -Kathleen DeBoer. If men are presented with a secure opportunity to get better at their craft, they will invest what they need in order to get to where they want to be. On the other hand, women are more thorough with who they work with and are less transactional in these relationships.
    2. Athletes will demand authenticity from us. After recruiting an athlete, as women, we cannot succeed without being authentic to our athletes. Though in a way it is still transactional - the athlete came to you to be a better player and to win, and you as their coach promised that to them - the authenticity component is still important to make that relationship work. Without it, cohesion may be lacking, and the relationship will not flourish.
    3. There has been a huge transformation within the coaching industry when it comes to gender. Many female coaches nowadays even prefer coaching other women, which is perfectly okay. Similarly, with male coaches, it has become more normal and accepted for them to coach female athletes compared to the past.

    Stay tuned THIS FRIDAY to hear Kathy and Carlette Team Up with our next guest on How Women Win Our Way with. Want to G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E. to other women by sharing how you win?
    Take Our Survey: www.championwellbeing.com/how-women-win-survey

    Watch the full episode: https://youtu.be/2c4VIdia8ps

    • 35 min
    Friday Win the Week: 10 Talks with Auburn University Head Women’s Golf Coach, Melissa Luellen

    Friday Win the Week: 10 Talks with Auburn University Head Women’s Golf Coach, Melissa Luellen

    How Women Win Our Way – with CHAMP10N Guest Melissa Luellen, Auburn University Head Women’s Golf Coach!

    JOIN US On the Journey to Discover How Women Win Our Way…

    Check out this week’s 10 talks podcast episode to hear HOW WOMEN WIN with our next guest, Melissa Luellen.

    WINNING STRATEGIES
    1. How do you change and win? Embrace challenges and anchor in your competitive spirit to help move through tough patches. Surround yourself with those who love the game as much as you and emulate the same level of passion that you do.
    2. Rest and recover. This can appear as many different things depending on the person. Find something that re-energizes you, whether that be physically resting, spending time with family, or going out with friends, and make sure to carve out time in your schedule to do these things. Rest and recovery is equally as important to training and preparation in order to come back refreshed and sharp.
    3. Take lessons from your role models as you grow and mature throughout your career. We are never done learning, and having a support team around you to help push through the difficulties and celebrate the good is a great winning strategy to keep absorbing new knowledge.

    Stay tuned next week to hear how Kathy and Carlette are Teaming Up to Discover, Design, and Do – "Winning Our Way". Want to G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E. to other women by sharing how you win?
    Learn More Here: www.championwellbeing.com/how-women-win-survey

    Watch the full episode: https://youtu.be/Ub2YAfyhfQQ

    • 43 min
    Women Winning Wednesdays – with Carlette Patterson and Kathleen J. DeBoer

    Women Winning Wednesdays – with Carlette Patterson and Kathleen J. DeBoer

    Join us on today’s episode as Carlette and Kathy discuss How Women Win after hearing from Professional Volleyball Players Brittany Abercrombie and Carly DeHoog

    WINNING STRATEGIES
    1. To get good at anything, you must be uncomfortable and you must struggle. When working with women, listening to their story and who the person is are essential winning strategies to establish the foundation when “going for it” and convincing them to struggle. For men, this part usually comes near the end after the struggle has even begun. These are stereotypical averages that have been observed across research within sport environments, regardless of the gender of the coach.
    2. Honor that men and women may go about their paths in different ways, but the competitive spirit is still the same. When it comes to competitive men and competitive women, the outcome goal is the same, it is the process that may vary between the groups. Recognizing the importance of gender both as a coach and as an athlete will help set you up for success to ask for what you need and be able to compete in the environment you are in, no matter the gender variables.
    3. Focus on the short term wins. In this game, what is your commitment? In this practice, what is your intention? What is your desired outcome based on your current challenge? Take these commitments one at a time to make them more measurable and sharp. This way, you can hold yourself accountable and still contribute to the team, even if you believe you did not do your best.

    Stay tuned THIS FRIDAY to hear Kathy and Carlette Team Up with our next guest on How Women Win Our Way with. Want to G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E. to other women by sharing how you win?
    Learn More Here: www.championwellbeing.com/how-women-win-survey

    Watch the full episode: https://youtu.be/yfV_SZ85Xj0

    • 15 min
    Friday Win the Week: 10 Talks with Professional Volleyball Players Brittany Abercrombie and Carly DeHoog

    Friday Win the Week: 10 Talks with Professional Volleyball Players Brittany Abercrombie and Carly DeHoog

    How Women Win Our Way – with CHAMP10N Guests Brittany Abercrombie and Carly DeHoog, Professional Volleyball Players

    JOIN US On the Journey to Discover How Women Win Our Way…

    Check out this week’s 10 talks podcast episode to hear HOW WOMEN WIN with our next guests, Brittany Abercrombie and Carly DeHoog.

    WINNING STRATEGIES
    1. It is important to connect with your why. Why do you play this sport? Everyone’s answers will vary, but being intentional and keeping your why in the front of your mind will help you to keep going and push forward. Ask each individual on your team why they are here, what do they want while they are here, and why do they want this.
    2. How does struggle create success? Set small, specific commitments before each game or practice to hold yourself accountable and have something to focus on while practicing your craft. See your game or practice for what it is; how did you perform objectively? Take what you learn from those experiences and move forward with that new knowledge to apply in future situations. Learn what to filter in and tune in to with all the noise surrounding you, especially in a game, to find what can calm you and get you back on track.
    3. Consistency is key. If you as a coach are mostly calm and collected during practices but become more emotional and harsh on game days, it can make athletes become more overwhelmed in these pressure situations because they are not used to seeing that and have not practiced managing it. The same goes for coaches who are more expressive and charged during practices; if you are suddenly calm and quiet on game days, the players may not react how you originally desired them to.

    Stay tuned next week to hear how Kathy and Carlette are Teaming Up to Discover, Design, and Do – "Winning Our Way". Want to G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E. to other women by sharing how you win?
    Learn More Here: www.championwellbeing.com/how-women-win-survey

    Watch the full episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCjg3JxK5sc

    • 56 min
    Women Winning Wednesdays – with Carlette Patterson and Kathleen J. DeBoer

    Women Winning Wednesdays – with Carlette Patterson and Kathleen J. DeBoer

    Join us on today’s episode as Carlette and Kathy discuss How Women Win after hearing from Retired Professional Beach Volleyball Player, former Federation Coach for Beach Team Netherlands and 2021 Tokyo Olympic Gold Medal Coach for Team USA- April Ross and Alix Klineman- Angie Akers!

    WINNING STRATEGIES
    1. Say yes to the unknown. It can be scary, but anchoring in your strengths rather than in fear will help to keep moving forward through struggle and find success. Learning from failure is a great way to learn, even though it can be hard mentally and emotionally. Find what works for you and use that to overcome those doubts as a winning strategy for forward momentum.
    2. We as women think about wanting it all: A partner, a family, a career, and everything in between. Having the courage to say yes to opportunities and be able to be on the same page as anyone involved with your life goals will help you to achieve them. Be smart about your journey and recognize failure when it occurs in order to learn and move on. Just saying yes does not mean you will succeed. Use your competitive spirit to go for it and you may just end up as a gold medal olympic coach.
    3. What does it mean as a coach to be demanding and ask for accountability? Sometimes it can be difficult to do so without being mean or hurtful, especially with the higher emotional intelligence and importance of a relationship with female athletes. A broken relationship for female athletes will often deplete them of competitiveness. Being a more aggressive or harsh toned female coach may not resonate well with female athletes; being able to communicate this with athletes and have them differentiate anger vs. feedback will help these athletes to respond positively rather than become emotionally hurt.

    Stay tuned THIS FRIDAY to hear Kathy and Carlette Team Up with our next guest on How Women Win Our Way with. Want to G.I.V.E.H.O.P.E. to other women by sharing how you win?
    Learn More Here: www.championwellbeing.com/how-women-win-survey

    Watch the full episode here: https://youtu.be/EOv_PSIJl5c

    • 18 min

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