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This podcast is based off of the radio show A Coach's Perspective on the ESPN Radio Station JOCK 98.7FM in Springfield, Missouri. Episodes 6-29 are located on the website www.acoachsperspective.com Continue Reading >>
This podcast is based off of the radio show A Coach's Perspective on the ESPN Radio Station JOCK 98.7FM in Springfield, Missouri. Episodes 6-29 are located on the website www.acoachsperspective.com << Show Less
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Episode 254 August 10, 2022 – Justin Skinner – Failing Forward Episode 254 - Failure is not easy but is a part of life. Failure will occur, so how will you use it to get yourself closer to success? Professional Failure is the title of my guest’s book and podcast, Justin Skinner works to destigmatize the word failure and shift people’s mindset. His perceptions and insights on failure motivate and inspire you to use failure as fuel and reach success with substance. My thanks to Justin Skinner for sharing his perspective!
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Episode 254 August 10, 2022 – Justin Skinner – Failing Forward Episode 254 - Failure is not easy but is a part of life. Failure will occur, so how will you use it to get yourself closer to success? Professional Failure is the title of my guest’s book and podcast, Justin Skinner works to destigmatize the word failure and shift people’s mindset. His perceptions and insights on failure motivate and inspire you to use failure as fuel and reach success with substance. My thanks to Justin Skinner for sharing his perspective!
Episode 253 July 20, 2022 – Rick Grayson, Heath Holt – Golf – PGA/LIV Two amazing guests in this episode! We had an open and honest conversation about the world of golf and the state of the game with now two professional organizations, with different perspectives, trying to co-exist. We appreciate the unique viewpoints of my two guests: Rick Grayson, PGA Instructor and Heath Holt, professional caddie who has worked in the PGA tour and LIV. My thanks for them sharing their perspective and engaging in important discussion.
Episode 252 July 6, 2022 – Keith Guttin – An Hour of Baseball Episode 252 - Legendary coach for Missouri State University’s Baseball Bears, Keith Guttin, joined us as we talked baseball from all angles! We discussed program building, skill development, and answered your questions. We also talked about the “Midas Glove” he wears and how he gets his teams to peak right when they need to. Thank you to Coach Guttin for sharing his coaching perspective!
Episode 250 May 25, 2022 – Don West, Mike McClure – Broadcasting Dynamic Duo! Episode 250 - Don West and Mike McClure, this broadcasting duo has now racked up 1,007 games together! They talk about teamwork, chemistry, being prepared, working hard, and checking your ego at the door. Their longevity has been impressive, and these Hall of Fame broadcasters celebrate their milestone and share their tips for success.
Episode 249 May18, 2022 – Chris Adams, Tim Williams, Travis Zarechi, Tommy Pinegar, Chance Rose– Starting a baseball program the right way Staring a brand-new sports program is not easy, but Coach Chris Adams and his staff, Tim Williams and Travis Zarechi did an excellent job of kicking off the first ever Greenwood Laboratory School Baseball program. Coach Adams and Coach Williams join us, along with players Tommy Pinegar and Chance Rose to discuss the successful start of Bluejays baseball and what it took to get it off the ground.
Episode 248 May11, 2022 – Dave Fox, Dave McCoy, and Ed Story – Master Champion Athletes Episode 248 - No excuses from anyone this week! We welcome Executive Director of the Show Me State Games and the Missouri Senior Games, Dave Fox, along with our profile athletes 90-year-old Dave McCoy and 91-year-old Ed Story. McCoy and Story are record holders in the games in several events and are excited to participate this year for even more medals. This interview will motivate you to get moving, never give up, and keep your body in motion! My thanks to this talented duo, and to Dave Fox for providing such a wonderful opportunity for so many athletes of all ages in the state. Visit https://smsg.org/ and https://moseniorgames.org/ for more information.
Episode 247 April 4, 2022 – Shaun Tomson – World Champion Surfer Surf’s up! I am totally “stoked” (surfer’s term) to have on this episode world champion, hall of famer surfer, Shaun Tomson! Shaun is a champion surfer, successful businessman, best-selling author, and motivational speaker. He made fame first by being one of the best surfers of all time. He has used his passion for surfing, not just catch the next wave, but to be the next wave, to encourage others to paddle toward their fears and self-doubt and find their purpose and power. His positive message is rippled through his speeches and workshops at corporations and universities worldwide. I was lucky enough to catch up with him – on dry land – and try and capture his message. Take a listen to Shaun Tomson as we discuss the sport of surfing, the surfers code and his best-selling books that have been an inspiration to so many on finding a positive purpose with their lives and exploring the power of I WILL.
Episode 246 March 30, 2022 – Heather Harman, Nyla Milleson – College Athletes and Mental Health Series Thank you to my co-host for the last three weeks as we took some time to explore the conversation of mental health in college athletes and what happens after their eligibility. Heather Harman did a tremendous job bringing this series to the show. It is a conversation that needs to continue and be revisited often. It is so important to navigate the mental side of sports as well as the physical and sport specific sides. It is then that the athletes will reach their maximum potential. We appreciate the double perspective of our guest Nyla Milleson, as she explored the role of college coaches and athletic directors and how they can assist in this journey with the student-athlete. We appreciate the perspective of Heather Harman and Coach Milleson and their valuable points of view on this vital topic.
Episode 245 March 23, 2022 – Heather Harman, Jim Raynor – College Athletes and Mental Health Series We continued our conversation with former Drury University standout women’s basketball player, Heather Harman, about the challenges of mental health for college athletes and beyond after eligibility is up. In this episode, we brought in the perspective of the Regional Administrative Director of Mercy Orthopedics Sports Medicine, Jim Raynor, as he explored the role of an athletic trainer and how this role can possibly help with the transition, along with the mental side of rehabilitation. Next week, we wrap up this series as Heather Harman continues to co-host and we explore how athletic directors can assist in the transition of competitive athletes moving to life after athletics.
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