In a recent IGTV episode, I talked with Ryan Mckie of Knight Performance Factory about the ability to be coachable. You can watch the full episode below but here are 3 important takeaways:
- Open to being challenged means that you will consider new ways to do things and you won’t give up just because it’s difficult for you.
- Total trust in your coach means that not only are you open to being challenged by them but you are willing to take on their assignments and instructions with total commitment to the process.
- Willing to ride the waves is a result of both the openness to being challenged and total trust in your coach. You have an understanding of what is best for you and when that needs to take priority. But you know in order to be your best, there are going to be ups and downs along the way and you are willing to ride those out with confidence in the process.
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We hear this trait of being “coachable” as something that college coaches look for among potential recruits. What does being coachable really mean though? I sat down with @factorybuiltcoach of @kp_factory to discuss this topic and share some thoughts on what that means to us as former athletes and now coach and consultant to current athletes. . . @builtfactorytough #coachable #getbetter #girlsgolf #golf #collegegolf #juniorgolf
Written by: Brandi Jackson, RecruitPKB College Consultant
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