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Coach 360 is a podcast dedicated to helping high school coaches take their leadership to the next level.

In each episode, we'll talk to high school coaches and athletic directors about topics like: developing culture, locker room management, character development, hiring staff, mental toughness, anger management, practice and preparation techniques, and more.

Coach 360 Stephen Mackey and James Carbary: Character Development Advocates

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Coach 360 is a podcast dedicated to helping high school coaches take their leadership to the next level.

In each episode, we'll talk to high school coaches and athletic directors about topics like: developing culture, locker room management, character development, hiring staff, mental toughness, anger management, practice and preparation techniques, and more.

    233. What's Anchoring Your Athletes? | Michael Waldie | Gonzales ISD

    233. What's Anchoring Your Athletes? | Michael Waldie | Gonzales ISD

    Our team and school standards are what make us who we are. Everything runs more smoothly when coaches and athletes are doing the right things based on those standards. Our high standards give our athletes something to grab and hold onto when something goes wrong in their lives. It's an anchor for our student-athletes' lives where they can learn how to do hard things with integrity.
    In this episode, Colton interviews Athletic Director and Head Football Coach Michael Waldie of Gonzalez ISD. Coach Waldie dives deep on being the best version of yourself, meaning what you say, and holding athletes to high standards.
    Key Takeaways:
    -Choose to be the best version of yourself every day.
    -Everything in life has to be earned.
    -You can't quit on your family, keep striving for them daily.
     
    To learn more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum, email Colton at colton@2words.tv or visit www.2words.tv/gameplan

    • 22 min
    232. Accountability Breeds Growth | Bobby Cook | Duncan High School [OK]

    232. Accountability Breeds Growth | Bobby Cook | Duncan High School [OK]

    As coaches, we have to hold our athletes accountable for their actions. When they mess up a play in the middle of a big game, that's on them. After all, we're not the ones playing; they are. But, we have to remember that every kid responds to constructive criticism differently, so the way that we address accountability and hold each athlete accountable for their actions will be slightly different. To get to the point where we know how to hold each of them accountable, we have to know our athletes on an individual and personal level.
    In this interview, Colton discusses accountability and knowing your athletes with Athletic Director and Wrestling Coach Bobby Cook of Duncan High School in Oklahoma. As Coach Cook remind us, the majority of coaching isn't about teaching kids to play a sport, it's about developing a growing human being.
    Key Takeaways
    -Hold your athletes accountable.
    -Get to know your athletes on a personal level.
    -Try your best to delete negativity because negativity loves company.
     
    To learn more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum, email Colton at colton@2words.tv or visit www.2words.tv/gameplan

    • 20 min
    231. Athletes Model What They See | Kyle Abshire | Carrizo Springs HS

    231. Athletes Model What They See | Kyle Abshire | Carrizo Springs HS

    Your family isn't just your blood relatives or your spouse. Your family is also your friends, your co-workers, and, your athletes. Having a team that acts like a family means that everyone is valued, and everyone has a place in the program. When we focus on inclusion and togetherness, other values like hard work and competition are easier to drive home.
    In this episode, head football coach Kyle Abshire of Carizo Springs High School talks us through building a family atmosphere where everyone is valued, as well as providing other great advice about learning from mentors and modeling mistakes.
    Key Takeaways:
    -Build a family atmosphere where everyone is valued and everyone has a place.
    -Model owning your mistakes so your athletes will see it and do the same.
    -Don't try to be the coach who mentored you. Be the coach you are.
     
    To learn more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum, email Colton at Colton@2words.tv or visit www.2words.tv/gameplan

    • 26 min
    230. Creative Adversity For Your Athletes | Jade Allison | Bishop Kelley HS [OK]

    230. Creative Adversity For Your Athletes | Jade Allison | Bishop Kelley HS [OK]

    Our athletes will not grow without challenges and adversity. They need obstacles in their path, so they can learn how to overcome natural opposition. The playing field isn't always fair--refs make mistakes and the other team might have better players than we do. But, life is not always fair either, and the field is a safe place for our athletes to learn this truth. Regardless of unfairness or adversity, our athletes are capable of learning and growing, and we just need to put them in positions where they can prove that to themselves.
    In this interview with assistant athletic director and Girl's Basketball Coach Jade Allison of Bishop Kelly High School, in Tulsa, OK, you'll hear her views on creating obstacles and adversity for athletes, as well as advice for when to remove athletes from competition. 
    Key Takeaways:
    -Your attitude affects your outcome.
    -Control the controllables, and let the rest go.
    -Create opportunities for your athletes to overcome adversity.
     
    To learn more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum, please visit www.2words.tv/gameplan or email Colton at colton@2words.tv

    • 26 min
    229. How Coaches Fill the Gap | John Contrucci | Junction ISD

    229. How Coaches Fill the Gap | John Contrucci | Junction ISD

    The role of a coach is intricate, even complex. It seems like it should be very simple: Set drills, work out plays, review tape, play the game, rinse and repeat. But if all we focus on is the X's and O's, or the nitty-gritty details of the sport, we are missing the mark. 
    As Coach John Contrucci, Athletic Director of Junction ISD reminds us in this episode, coaching goes beyond running plays and scoring points. As coaches, we fill a void in the lives or our athletes by modeling appropriate behavior for them and helping them to rise to a higher standard. 
    Key Takeaways:
    -Coaches must model a good work ethic and lead by example.
    -Coaches fill in the gap in their athletes' lives.
    -Love for athletes and passion for encouraging others are the keys to good coaching.
     
    To learn more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum, visit 2words.tv/gameplan or email Colton at colton@2words.tv

    • 21 min
    228. DUB: Depend Upon Brothers | Marcus Gold | Whitehouse HS

    228. DUB: Depend Upon Brothers | Marcus Gold | Whitehouse HS

    Without truth, there can be no trust. Without trust, there can be no relationship. Without a relationship, there can be no chemistry. Truth and trust are the foundation of any team. Without truthful feedback, no trust will form, and without trust, there is no progress, no growth, and no wins. For that reason, "Speak the Truth" is one of the laws of the Depend Upon Brothers (DUB) concept used by the football program at Whitehouse High School.
    This concept, or code of conduct, makes it clear to athletes what is expected of them, so that they can execute to the best of their abilities within that framework. In this episode, Colton discusses the DUB concept in detail with Athletic Coordinator, Head Football and Boys' Track Coach Marcus Gold of Whitehouse High School, where the DUB concept is lived daily. 
    Key Takeaways:
    -Everything starts with the coach.
    -If there's no trust, there's no relationship.
    -Trust comes from believing in each other.
     
    To learn more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum email Colton at colton@2words.tv or visit www.2words.tv/gameplan

    • 22 min

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