Selling Your Coaching by Dr. Don Greene | ASCA Talk #016
Today's American Swimming Coaches Association talk comes from Dr. Don Greene.
Dr. Don Greene has been the Sports Psychologist with the 1984 Olympic Diving Team and the 1986 World Championship Swimming Team, and has also served on staff with the Mission Viejo Nadadores, the Mission Bay Maykos and the Fort Lauderdale Swim Team. A former competitive swimmer, he has taught optimal teaching strategies and sales training for instructors at the Vail and Beaver Creek Ski Schools, Winter park Ski School, Golf Digest School and the American Race Car Driving School. In the past three years, Dr. Greene has developed an integrated sports psychology assessment system for athletes, teachers and coaches. We're going to be talking about selling your ideas, selling your coaching, selling your program, and selling you as an innovative coach.
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