A blog from a teacher concerned, as we all are, to squeeze some genuine education around the edges of all the other stuff that fills our time these days. Saturday, May 06, How to teach a perfect sample lesson As interview season comes round again, I was thinking about how many 'sample lessons' I have seen over the last few years in my capacity as a middle-manager.
Ironically, the "life lesson" we'd like to share with you today also helps improve team bonding! So it's a win - win for everyone involved. Before getting into the specifics, I'd first like to explain what we mean by "life lessons" and why you should use them in your practices We believe it's important to consciously teach "life lessons" because not only will this help you win more games -- but more importantly this sets a good example for your players and helps them develop into happy and successful people.
Whether you realize it or not, basketball coaches have a HUGE influence on their players. You have an opportunity to have a very positive impact on something much bigger and more important than basketball. By teaching these "life lessons" you also improve your basketball team and win more games.
But that's not the intent. The intent is just to do the "right thing" as a basketball coach. Winning is simply a pleasant by-product of doing the "right thing". In this article, we'll be discussing one specific "life lesson" that is very important and also improves team bonding!
But before we get into that, let's further explain what exactly we mean by "life lessons". What is a life lesson?
You can actually call it whatever you want - laws of life, truths of life, keys to success, or whatever you prefer.
But when we say "life lessons", we are referring to ideals to live by. These are the things that are truly important in life. These are the things that make people truly successful and happy. For example, some of the following ideals and concepts are traits you'll find in truly happy and highly successful people: Getting your priorities straight family, school, etc Don't complain; focus your energy on the positive things.
Of course, there are more but this gives you the idea. Now let's get into a specific lesson you can teach that helps improve your team bonding.
The core of the lesson is to simply teach your players the joy of giving and serving others. This is a very simple thing. One of the truths in life is that great happiness and success comes from giving and serving others.
You'll rarely find a genuinely happy person that doesn't give out to others and provides a positive to impact in other people's lives. You can easily help your players discover this joy by arranging a team project. You simply organize an event where your team provides a service to others.Id been working on Mileys tour for a few months now, being the odd-job guy meant i had to do pretty much anything that needed doing.
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