287 episodes

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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    • 4.7 • 23 Ratings

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.

    287. Show Them | Brandon Hankins | Farmersville

    287. Show Them | Brandon Hankins | Farmersville

    Relationships are built on trust. If our athletes don't trust us, then we won't be able to build strong relationships with them. Without strong relationships, we can't help them become the best young men and women they can be. We can't just tell our athletes that they can trust us because trust is built slowly over time by both our words and our actions. In this episode, Coach Brandon Hankins tells us how to show athletes that they can trust us so that we can help them reach their full potential.
    Key Takeaways:
    -Don't tell your athletes they can trust you; show them.
    -Be involved in the community you live in.
    -Always be loyal and treat people right.
     
    To learn more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum, please email Colton at colton@2words.tv or visit our website at www.2words.tv/gameplan.

    • 21 min
    285. Show Them | Brandon Hankins | Farmersville

    285. Show Them | Brandon Hankins | Farmersville

    Relationships are built on trust. If our athletes don't trust us, then we won't be able to build strong relationships with them. Without strong relationships, we can't help them become the best young men and women they can be. We can't just tell our athletes that they can trust us because trust is built slowly over time by both our words and our actions. In this episode, Coach Brandon Hankins tells us how to show athletes that they can trust us so that we can help them reach their full potential.
    Key Takeaways:
    -Don't tell your athletes they can trust you; show them.
    -Be involved in the community you live in.
    -Always be loyal and treat people right.
     
    To learn more about our 2Words Character Development Curriculum, please email Colton at colton@2words.tv or visit our website, www.2words.tv/gameplan.

    • 21 min
    286. Own Your Story | Ruben Garcia | Falfurrias (Brooks County ISD)

    286. Own Your Story | Ruben Garcia | Falfurrias (Brooks County ISD)

    Any athletic program needs a solid foundation in relationships. Relationships between athletes and coaches, as well as between the school and the community. Relationships are about getting to know each other and spending time together. Relationships are about caring for each other beyond what we can get out of the other person. In this episode, Coach Ruben Garcia offers down-to-earth advice for coaches about relationships, teaching athletes and assistant coaches to be leaders, and sticking to your guns.
    Key Takeaways:
    -Relationship should be a program's foundation.
    -Everybody has a story; it's up to the individual to make it a successful one.
    -Teach your athletes and assistant coaches how to be leaders.
     
    To learn more about the 2Word Character Development curriculum email Colton at colton@2words.tv or visit our website at www.2words.tv/gameplan.

    • 25 min
    284. Crave the Success of Others | Seth Stinton | Melissa ISD

    284. Crave the Success of Others | Seth Stinton | Melissa ISD

    Being a coach isn't about you. It's not about your success; it's about the students' success. How our your athletes successful? How are you helping them to be ever more successful? Ensuring the success of others is what coaching is all about. In this episode, Coach Seth Stinton reminds us that coaching is never about us. Instead, it's about the kids and the journey we get to take them on.
    Key Takeaways:
    -Be positive and support others.
    -Loyalty is doing what's in the best interest of others.
    -It's never about us; it's about the kids and the journey you take with them.
     
    To learn more about the 2Words Character Development Curriculum, please email Colton at colton@2words.tv or visit our website at www.2words.tv/gameplan.

    • 24 min
    283. Deliberate Discomfort with US Army Lieutenant Colonel Andy Riise of Coaching Academy

    283. Deliberate Discomfort with US Army Lieutenant Colonel Andy Riise of Coaching Academy

    This week, Mackey talks with retiring US Army Lieutenant Colonel Ingebrigt A.L. “Andy” Riise.
     
    Andy is a Mental Performance Coach, Consultant, Speaker, and Author who passionate is helping individuals, leaders, and teams get better at what they do. A West Point graduate and former Army Football player, he had a decorated 20 year career, leading soldiers in a variety of austere missions highlighted by three combat deployments, strategic missions on four continents, and five years in two elite Special Forces units.
     
    They talk football, the importance of coaches, and Andy’s new book, Deliberate Discomfort: How US Special Operations Forces Overcome Fear and Dare to Win by Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable.
     
    As if all that wasn’t enough, Andy is also a key leader at the Texas A&M Coaching Academy and instrumental in the Veterans to Coaching program. 
     

    • 39 min
    282. Put Em' to the Test! with Mackey

    282. Put Em' to the Test! with Mackey

    Most students dislike tests. But tests are valuable and even necessary because they allow us to see where we stand. When we know where we are, then we can figure out how to get where we want to be. In this episode, Mackey explains the value of testing our athletes so they (and we) know where they are--not to judge or label, but to help them move forward to reach their full potential.
    Key Takeaways
    -The value of a test is that we see where we are.
    -When we see where we are, we can see the path forward.
    -We must continually test ourselves to come to grips with the truth of where we are.

    • 9 min

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