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    Being a football coach is a great job to get into. Although, the thought of being a football coach, or any coach for that matter, can possibly be a little intimidating. Yes, sometimes coaches have really hard schedules to work around the clock five days a week. Sometimes, more work might be called for over the weekend or on late nights, since coaches often teach a class at the same time. But at the end of the season, if enough work was put in to better the team, it’ll pay off by winning a championship

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    My Football Coach Have you ever had someone tell you that you were not good enough or that you will not accomplish anything in life? Well hearing those things can be the hardest to hear; especially when they come from your high school football coach. My coach was someone who was not respected by much of the team due to his attitude, personality, and coaching method. He was someone that I would not talk to often because it usually ended with him telling me that I suck or that I will be working at

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    The coach of a senior football club is a leader of men and can be an intimidating figure to younger players. They are stuck with a challenge of motivating 20 odd people each week, keeping it fresh and coming up with different ways to motivate players can be difficult. As the head coach they will know which players can motivate themselves and don’t need any extra treatment to get them going. Where as others may need a bit more extra motivation to get them focused on the job at hand. They have to keep

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    A Great Coach “A coach is someone who tells you what you don’t want to hear, who has you see what you don’t want to see, so you can be who you’ve always known you could be.” This quote by Tom Landry one of the best coaches in football of all time. Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them. There has to be someone to push a team or players to allow them to reach their greatest capabilities, that is what a coach

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    extreme criticism. So being captain of the Football team didn’t provide any perks. Being on the Football team predestined you as a “thug”, or even as a kid who frequently misbehaved and displayed no enthusiasm to work. That’s how the entire school perceived us, faculty and all. Being a small group of about 32 players, half of which were predominantly underclassmen, we had something to prove. Our goal was to eradicate all misconceptions that we as football players faced. We wanted to make it clear

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    The career path I’ve chosen was to become a football coach. My former football coaches inspire me to chase this career path. I think me becoming a football coach would match my personality because I would want people to do well in life and I would want students that I would coach to grow up to be the best person they can be. This career needs me to have experience with football and the knowledge of the sport of football. I think becoming a football coach would be the most satisfying career path for

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    When reading the discussion topic, I immediately head football coach at my previous position, a very small rural school in Minnesota. This coach struggled mightily communicating with both players and assistant coaches. I would classify him both in the “Need to win” and “Need to be right” quadrants. Surprisingly, the coach was a fourth grade teacher, and did a great job connecting with his students. However, once he got in his football coach mode, all bets were off with him. He had a strong desire

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    playing football for Coach Abrams he always seemed he was the kind of coach who never got mad or yelled at you. He is a coach who truly cares for everyone of his players and wants us to be highly successful. If there was someone not doing something right he would never yell at them or get mad he would help them and show them the right way, he would teach and explain to them how to do it right, as if they were his own child that he would want to succeed. As you read this you will see that coach never

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    college football coach, I relied mainly on my personal and prior experience during college as a football player. I wanted to provide the players with support and guidance I did not experience having as a player. During my first year as an assistant coach, I managed to influence some players following my main objective in my first year as a coach. Going into my second year, I was promoted with my own position group, running backs (RB), to coach without having to shadow another position coach as an assistant

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    College Football coach Our group wanted to be various kinds of coaches. Two of us want to be football coaches and one of us wants to be a gymnastics coach. However, in the end we decided to go with football since majority won, and then with the college setting. Our plan for this project was to first look up the job listings and print those out. Then we would start on the interviews and use those to help write the paper. After writing the paper we would use that to make the PowerPoint since that

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