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Tanner Reklaitis
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Tanner Reklaitis 3h
Replying to @TReklaitis
And the newsletter that contextualized it for coaches:
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Tanner Reklaitis 3h
Here's one of my favorite clips of Collison back from 2013 (Newsletter subscribers might have already seen this) H/t
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Tanner Reklaitis 7h
Patrick Collison's advice for 10-20-year-olds: -Go deep on multiple things -Make friends over the internet -Don't judge your success based on your current peer group -Follow the right people Probably useful for non-teenagers as well 😃
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Tanner Reklaitis 16h
So excited to see TJ expand his coaching project 🚀
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Tanner Reklaitis 18h
Replying to @janneylanko
What about you?!
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Tanner Reklaitis 18h
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I think one of the conscious ways it's affected my coaching is that I know I'm naturally good at pulling people up and helping them believe/achieve more than they thought. So I try to do more of that. Another, when I get in a rut, it often traces back to 3-type things.
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Tanner Reklaitis 18h
Replying to @janneylanko
I have! Enneagram is interesting for me as I try to pull the insights that are helpful and discard some of the high-level stuff that I don't feel is necessary. Anyway, my tendencies are that of a 3. As far as how that affects my coaching... great question
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 30
Updating some old blog posts and came across this one from January '19. No doubt baseball's changed, but this has only become *more* true since then.
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 30
Replying to @kylebergh_
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 30
Replying to @Coach_BrettB
Nothing you don't already know! Also, thought my article on this might resonate with you:
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 30
Replying to @TReklaitis
For all the nerds like me out there, I expanded on this idea a few months ago:
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 30
Replying to @kylebergh_
You mean to say that the way a person perceives, receives, and builds meaning around what I say is important?!
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 30
Replying to @TheGrok
Have a feeling you might like this short article 😃
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 30
Replying to @TReklaitis
16. I invert everything that can be inverted. I seek first to avoid failure, believing that that approach is the best path to success.
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 30
What are some things in coaching that will not change in the next 10 years? My list: -Connection is king -Clear communicators win -Context > Content -Data is only as good as its interpretation (There’s that communication again)
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 29
Certifications are useful to get up the industry’s standard. They are not useful to separate yourself from the average.
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 29
95 MPH Body was one of the core books that convinced me that I could work hard to improve my ability. It seems ridiculous but learning that it's possible to improve is a vital first step in a lot of athlete's journeys.
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 29
Replying to @IanJMitchell84
Not easy—especially in our field. Busyness is worn like a badge, and I think that’s a problem. Definitely something I aspire to follow! Some seasons are better than others though!
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 29
Replying to @TReklaitis
Thanks for reading! I wrote up a post on my website that I will update whenever I want to add, remove, or update a principle. If you'd like to read it, you can do so here:
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Tanner Reklaitis Nov 29
Replying to @TReklaitis
15. I recognize that some of these principles are at odds with each other and acknowledge that most of life’s richness is found in nuance and paradox.
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