Coach, as you know, a huge part of our job as college coaches is to win on game day. Everyone tries to win game days. But as you also know, most days are for practice, recruiting, and office work.
The key to success on game day is winning those Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays and Thursdays. The only thing we can control is today. So it’s crucial to have a written ongoing plan to keep you on track, that stays within reach and states what you intend to accomplish every day.
Results-getting performances on and off of the field boil down to better day by day execution.
Your ability as a coach to think, work, and create faster, smarter, and with a more innovative edge will differentiate you from your competition. Yes, you need to work hard to get the results you want, but when you take the time to plan, prioritize, and organize, you will be working smarter than most of your competitors, which will lead to better results and in the long run you will save yourself a lot of wasted time and energy.
As a college coach myself for over 18 years now, I know how hard it can be to keep track of all the tasks that you need to do each day, week and month.
Since there is nothing out there specifically for what we do to help with daily work execution as college coaches, I created this first-ever time management tool for Coaches that gives you everything you need to keep track of your recruiting for the year, take daily steps to accomplish your goals, and manage your time more effectively.
The planner will provide a system of prompts and questions that will help you focus on your most important projects and core tasks, and to implement and record important information.
In this 365 dated daily planner you will be able to-
Set Your Goals
Keep track of your appointments
Prioritize your recruiting, social media, team, administrative, and personal things to do
Evaluate your performance at the end of the day so you can make improvements
As you head into a new week, instead of making a long to do list of your to do’s for the day, which is probably just a transference of all the stuff that you didn’t do last week, I want you to schedule everything that you will do in your calendar.