The Art of Being Coachable
Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Coordinator Eric Bieniemy and Quarterback Patrick Mahomes
Being coachable is the greatest attribute a player can have as an athlete, especially as a football player. Being coachable can increase your playing time, build your coach’s trust, and improve your individual skills and knowledge of the game. Coaches do not expect their players to be perfect. However, they do expect their players to be willing to learn and not repeat the same mistakes. Players must be open to receiving the instructions on how to play and how to correct any mistakes. As a player you must show your coachability in every situation, whether in the classroom, on the sideline, on the practice field, or during the game. The primary purpose is to give coaches confidence in your ability to grow as a player. Here are a few pointers to use that will let your coach see that you are coachable.
Listen 🡪 Accept 🡪Practice 🡪Ask
2/3/2021 02:02:54 pm
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